On The Move

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Feet First And

Eco-Friendly

Good for your heart and great for the environment, University District’s focus on feet-first commuting and walkability redefines what an easy to access and eco-conscious community can look like. With everything in walking distance and multiple alternatives to a foot-commute in abundance, the days of living life behind the steering wheel are soon to be behind you.

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Bike Lanes Pathways Bus Stops

When Wheels Are Required

While you don’t need to own a car for life at University District, we know work commutes and weekend adventures sometimes call for wheeled support. There are countless bike racks to safely park your two-wheeled companion, carshare parking spots throughout the community, and Calgary transit routes to get you where you need to go. And if that weekend adventure plan calls you out of the city, there’s easy access to the mountains via the TransCanada Highway.

Underground Parking

We’re feet first, parking spaces second. University District’s design minimizes street level parking to give it a distinctive, uncrowded, wide-open feel. And, because we know that Calgary has vastly expanded and can require a vehicle, plenty of underground parking is located where it’s most convenient.

Smooth Commuting, Minimal Impact

Using Calgary Transit for your ‘getting around the city’ needs reduces your carbon footprint, contributing to minimizing greenhouse gas emissions and traffic congestion. And, with two LRT stations and several bus stops an easy walk away, staying connected with other communities and destinations you adore is a breeze…and a breath of fresh air.

Underground Parking

Smooth Commuting, Minimal Impact

We’re feet first, parking spaces second. University District’s design minimizes street level parking to give it a distinctive, uncrowded, wide-open feel. And, because we know that Calgary has vastly expanded and can require a vehicle, plenty of underground parking is located where it’s most convenient.

Using Calgary Transit for your ‘getting around the city’ needs reduces your carbon footprint, contributing to minimizing greenhouse gas emissions and traffic congestion. And, with two LRT stations and several bus stops an easy walk away, staying connected with other communities and destinations you adore is a breeze…and a breath of fresh air.

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HOW TO COMMUTE: A GUIDE FOR BEGINNER BIKERS

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Time to Play: A Guide to NW Playgrounds for All Ages

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While most of us readily admit that person-powered transport is a great alternative to paying for gas or waiting on an unpredictable bus schedule—commuting for first timers can be intimidating.

Who says kids get to have all the fun? Playing outdoors can and should be for all ages, so it’s no surprise to see communities across the city creating new outdoor play spaces, or redesigning existing ones to include features to attract and delight fun-seekers of all ages.

Check out our channel for the latest updates, inside-looks, and conversations on University District.

HOW TO COMMUTE: A GUIDE FOR BEGINNER BIKERS

While most of us readily admit that person-powered transport is a great alternative to paying for gas or waiting on an unpredictable bus schedule—commuting for first timers can be intimidating.

Time to Play: A Guide to NW Playgrounds for All Ages

Who says kids get to have all the fun? Playing outdoors can and should be for all ages, so it’s no surprise to see communities across the city creating new outdoor play spaces, or redesigning existing ones to include features to attract and delight fun-seekers of all ages.

Keep updated with our latest videos

Check out our channel for the latest updates, inside-looks, and conversations on University District.