If you're looking for a home conveniently located close to Edmonton LRT stations, or light rail transit, then you've come to the right place! The links below will provide you with information about each LRT station and the properties for sale around it.
The LRT runs daily between 5am and 1am, with trains travelling on a five-minute frequency during rush hour time periods, ten-minute frequency midday and Saturdays, and a fifteen-minute frequency on evenings and on Sundays.
Current LRT Stations
The Future Of Transportation In Edmonton
The LRT system is a 21-kilometre route and counting, that starts at Clareveiw in the northeast end of the city, to Century Park in the south end. Today, this transportation in Edmonton comprises the Capital Line and the metro line.
More station projects include Mill Woods and Sherwood Park, as well as a Festival Line, are planned to provide an even more comprehensive travel network for users.
Living Near LRT Stations In Edmonton
When construction began on the system in the late 70s, Edmonton was the first city to in western Canada to operate a rapid transit system and regular service began in 1978 in time for the Commonwealth Games that same year. Today, the LRT stations in Edmonton allow users to commute quickly and easily through the city; whether it be for work, a hockey game, school, or shopping the LRT was designed for convenience.
Stations in the city serve as hubs, where users can transfer between routes, or find starting points and destinations. Many of the stations have transit centres included helping users transfer between Edmonton LRT stations and buses. Facilities offer clean, safe, well-lit areas with transit security, washrooms, telephones and benches.