Calgary Herald, November 4
Author: Jason Markusoff
The concept map for the West Village features what is becoming a mainstay in urban renewal plans for Calgary: an architecturally striking pedestrian bridge. The ultramodern blueprint suggests a twin-arch Bow River crossing between 14th Street and Crowchild Trail S.W.
And outside the core, there are long-range plans for a pedestrian link as part of Bowness Park's renovation, which would span the Bow to Baker Park.
There's at least one other pedestrian bridge proposed, spanning the Elbow River between Fort Calgary and the Deane House.