the construction zone on Tuscany Boulevard, at Stoney Trail. This is the scariest stretch of road I’ve ridden on – it closes down to a single narrow, wavy lane. The bike path, to the left/south of Tuscany Boulevard, is currently torn apart for construction of the interchange. No signs. No detours. Deal with it. Get a car.
a brilliant blue sky over calgary, hopefully the end of the latest deep freeze.
The two main cranes at the EEEL construction site on the University of Calgary main campus, both busy at the crack of dawn.
construction cranes at the EEEL building site on the main University of Calgary campus
you need to drive a cat to get good parking on campus now. or a bike 🙂
This is the middle of a big, multi-year construction project that will eventually result in a ring road around the city, and 2 major interchanges within 1km of each other here. The primary entrance to my community is being rerouted, as it would be directly in the middle of these two interchanges. I can’t wait until I can stop living in a construction zone…
the Green platform is a bit at odds with much of the “progress” in this city. sustainability? don’t need it. all we need to do is keep building as fast as we can…
Construction of the new ISEEE building has begun on the north end of campus. They had to nuke a parking lot, shred a bunch of old poplars, and are going to be closing the road on that corner of campus.
Along the bicycle lane on 53rd Avenue, near the Varsity Drive intersection. Construction is blocking the bike lane, but thankfully no motorists were inconvenienced.
The view of Taylor Family Digital Library construction, as seen from the Grad Lounge patio on the University of Calgary campus.