The Phase 2 Parking Ban resumes on Monday, January 10. As of 7am, vehicles in residential and industrial areas must be moved off of the roadways to allow crews to effectively clear the snow. Edmontonians can view an interactive online map to confirm where crews are operating and which areas have been cleared.
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LRT is an investment in Edmonton’s future: the development of a modern, globally competitive city with a transportation system that meets the needs of a diverse, dynamic and growing population. It is reliable, accessible and connects people to where they want and need to go — here, there and way over there.
Hear from retiree Mark on how the LRT expansion is taking our city to new places.
“In my situation, if I’m going downtown, I might as well take the LRT. It’s faster and it’s less expensive [than driving]. And the further west the LRT expands, the quicker it’ll be for me to get downtown and all around the city.”
Getting to your exams should be the easy part.
Hear from Ian on how the LRT expansion is taking our city to new places.
“I’ve heard that the LRT is expanding to the 4 major hospitals in Edmonton, and being that I’m interested in a healthcare career, the LRT could really help me get to work.”
Life's a journey. Soon with more stops.
Hear from the Jones family on how the LRT expansion is taking our city new places.
“As the LRT expands, it’s going to provide us with new places to go and different ways to get there.”
Building a new LRT line is a significant infrastructure project that can take several years of planning, engineering and public engagement before construction can begin. Learn more about the LRT Network Plan, project lifecycle and design when building an LRT.