Free commuter parking is available at Clareview, Belvedere, Stadium and Century Park LRT Stations. View other Park & Ride sites.
LRT Stations are equipped with features such as automatic doors, elevators, escalators, ramps, platform edge warning strips, train arrival announcements, reduced height pay phones and TTY telephones.
Designated parking for disabled customers is provided at Clareview, Belvedere, Stadium and Century Park Stations. Clareview, Belvedere, Coliseum, Churchill, Central, Southgate, South Campus/Fort Edmonton Park and Century Park LRT stations also have accessible public washrooms. The international wheelchair symbol identifies where the accessible entrances to the downtown LRT Stations are located.
ETS has bank machines available in some of our LRT stations: University, Coliseum, Churchill, Stadium, Belvedere and Clareview stations each have one machine.
The Direct Cash ATMs are on contract to ETS.
Capital Line LRT Stations
The Capital Line travels from Clareview in the north to Century Park in the southwest.
360° Tour of the LRT stations
Metro Line LRT Stations
The Metro line travels from NAIT in the north to either Health Sciences/Jubilee or Century Park depending on time of day.
The Metro line continues south past Churchill Station - see Capital Line stations list for more details.
LRT Messaging Boards
LRT Messaging Boards are installed at many LRT stations on the concourse and platform level. These messaging boards contain visual elements that help transit riders identify Track 1 and Track 2, see the end destination (Clareview or Century Park), and know when the next train will arrive (in minutes).
The scrolling texts along the bottom of the signs are regularly updated with ETS-related news, such as elevator and escalator outages, current weather, ETS contact information and more.
Note: ETS is now live testing software updates to the arrival signs. If live testing goes well, the signs will remain on. If adjustments are required, the signs may be temporarily unavailable.
Wi-Fi now available at all Capital Line LRT stations
The City of Edmonton is now offering Wi-Fi service at all Capital Line LRT stations at the platform level. Your Open City Wi-Fi sign-on is the same as other City-owned public Wi-Fi locations. Users can access the free public Wi-Fi by selecting Open City Wi-Fi from the list of wireless networks on their devices. Users are expected to read and agree with the Terms and Conditions of Use before being granted access to Open City WiFi.
City’s free public wifi service