Working list – Diverging diamond interchanges in Canada

DDI in Regina, SK- Source: cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/diverging-diamond-opens-1.4569583

As can be seen below, adoption of the diverging diamond interchange model has not caught on in Canada like it has in the United States. Additional examples will be added as they are announced/developed.

2017

Macleod Trail & 162 Avenue SE – Calgary, Alberta

2018

Trans Canada Highway 1 & Pilot Butte – Regina, Saskatchewan

2022

Queen Elizabeth Way & Glendale Avenue – Niagara Falls, Ontario

FUTURE

Perimeter Highway & Portage Avenue – Winnipeg, Manitoba

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