Calgary’s Plus-15 system set to reopen on Monday

CALGARY — Calgarians wanting to stay warm while moving around the downtown core will have another option on Monday as parts of the Plus-15 system is scheduled to reopen for use.

The 16-kilometre sheltered pedestrian walkway — which has 83 bridges connecting downtown buildings — was closed on Dec. 13, 2020 when the province announced strict COVID-19 measures.

With some of those measures set to ease on Feb. 8, most of the walkways are being reopened Mondays to Fridays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Select parts will also be open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.

A full map can be found online. (LINK TO MAP)

Some Plus-15 sections will remain closed for repair work, including:

  • From Andrew Davison crossing First Street S.E. to Carter Place
  • From Rocky Mountain Plaza crossing Macleod Trail S.E. to Castell Building (Former Central Library)
  • From CPA Lot 36 City Hall Parkade crossing Macleod Trail S.E. to Arts Commons
  • From Calgary Telus Convention Centre crossing Ninth Avenue S.E. to Palliser One
  • Enclosed Walkway located on the interior of the block between Carter Place to Rocky Mountain Plaza

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