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Century Park Transit Centre is located on 24 Avenue and 111 Street NW with bus stops #4200 through #4216.

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Park & Ride Access

The south entrance/exit off 111 Street and about 24 Avenue is re-opened and can be used to access the Park & Ride lot. The private landowner has completed planned utility work in the area, which ran throughout the spring and summer of 2017. Customers can also continue using the north entrance/exit (approximately 111 Street and 27 Avenue).

Kiss & Ride Areas

Kiss & Ride areas are reserved for quick passenger pick-up and drop-off only. There is one located in the Park & Ride lot and one on 111 street to the west side of transit centre. Please drive with caution, obey parking signs and be courteous to buses and other drivers. 

 Park & Ride map

Reserved Parking

Most of the current reserved parking section moved to a new location at Century Park due to private landowner development on the previous site. We anticipate more changes in the future.

 Reserved parking map

Features include:

  • Pedestrian walkway to bus transit centre and LRT station maintained by the developer
  • Installed LED light fixtures
  • CCTV security cameras
  • Blue emergency help phone

Reminder: Due to bylaw requirements , the northeast exit off 29 Avenue and 109 Street cannot be used as an entrance. This access is used to exit the lot only.

Reserved parking is free after 5pm on weekdays and all day on weekends and statutory holidays.

Use free parking with express bus service from Lewis Farms bus transit centre (87 Avenue west of Anthony Henday Drive) or the Davies Lot (86 Street and 61 Avenue).

Transit riders can also:

  • Carpool
  • Arrive early
  • Take a bus to the LRT station
Why is reserved parking moving? What are the future plans for this lot?

Most reserved parking stalls are relocating northeast of its existing site due to private landowner development. The reserved parking in the northwest corner of the transit centre will remain.

How many reserved stalls are there?

The number of reserved stalls remain the same. However, the number of parking stalls are subject to change depending on the future plans of the private landowner. Seventy-five per cent of the total number of parking stalls at Century Park will remain reserved as approved by council.

When will construction begin? When will the new lot be complete?

The private landowner has begun underground utility work on the south access of the parking area off 111 Street and about 24 Avenue. This work will continue throughout the summer. Most of the reserved parking will relocate northeast of its existing site on June 15.

Why choose to complete work now?

Utility work and parking relocation has been scheduled when parking demand is at its lowest: during summer vacation and post-secondary breaks.

Does this affect reserved parking costs and wait lists?

Reserved parking costs remain the same. We continue to work with our parking administrator partner to issue reserved passes for those on the waitlist as spaces become available.

Why is the access on 29 Avenue and 109 Street used for exit only?

To comply with Bylaw 16555, the northeast access (29 Avenue and 109 Street) at the Park & Ride site cannot be opened as an entrance to the parking area

Why is the reserved area unpaved?

Pavement depended on existing site conditions. During the free parking relocation, the pre-existing paved area was made available by the private landowner. The new reserved parking area will be on land that was not previously paved.

Will there be accessible parking and/or traffic impacts?

Users accessing Park & Ride, taxi drop-off, Kiss & Ride and accessibility parking will need to use the north entrance/exit (approximately 111 Street and 27 Street) while utility work is completing in the south access off 111 Street and about 24 Avenue. We are reminding customers to leave extra travel time to adjust to the new changes and drive with caution, but some nearby communities may see an increase in vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

People are parking in my neighbourhood, what do I do?

If neighbourhood parking becomes a concern, some options include:

  • Exploring Private Agency Parking Enforcement, which offer businesses, apartment and condo managers a way to conduct parking enforcement on private property.
  • Contact an Agency Officer at 780-496-5174. Looking into the guidelines for a Residential Parking Program in your neighbourhood. For more information call 311 or visit edmonton.ca/residentialparkingprogram.
  • Contacting City Parking Enforcement for illegally parked vehicles. (Please note it is legal for anyone to park responsibly on most residential streets.)
Map of 24 Ave and 111 Street NW
24 Ave and 111 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta

Features

All transit centres are accessible.

Features Present?
Bike Rack Capacity Checkmark
Designated Parking for Disabled Checkmark
Park & Ride Checkmark
Paid Park & Ride Checkmark
Passenger Drop Off Area (Kiss and Ride) Checkmark
Transit Arrival Sign  
LRT Station Adjacent Checkmark
Accessible Public Washrooms Checkmark
Convenience Store Checkmark
Larger Shelter Checkmark
Public Pay Phone Checkmark
TTY Phone Checkmark
Public Washroom Checkmark
Seating Checkmark
Snack/Beverage Vending Machine  
Emergency Phones Checkmark
Transit Information Intercom  

Artwork

For information and pictures of public artwork located at Transit Centres and LRT Stations, see the City of Edmonton Public Art Collection or Art and ETS.

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