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The following are LRT escalators and elevators that are currently out of service. To report required maintenance, please call 311.‚Äč 

Outages

Below are the real-time reports for LRT escalators and elevators that are out of service. At this time there is no automated detection for elevator failures.

Maintenance Schedule

Scheduled escalator maintenance usually takes less than 2-hours to complete. Work takes place between 6:30am-4:30pm.

Scheduled elevator maintenance usually takes less than 4-hours to complete. Work takes place between 10am-2pm (outside of peak operating times) when possible.

Note: schedules subject to change.

February 5

  • Century Park - Elevator & Escalator
  • Southgate - Escalator

February 6

  • Southgate - Elevator & Escalator
  • Health Sciences/Jubilee - Elevator

February 7

  • University - Elevator & Escalator

February 8

  • University - Escalator

February 9

  • University - Escalator

February 12

  • Grandin/Government Centre - Elevator & Escalator

February 13

  • Grandin/Government Centre - Escalator
  • Corona - Escalator

February 14

  • Corona - Elevator & Escalator
  • Bay/Enterprise Square - Escalator

February 15

  • Bay/Enterprise Square - Elevator & Escalator

February 16

  • Central - Elevator & Escalator

February 19

  • MacEwan - Elevator

February 20

  • Churchill - Elevator & Escalator

February 21

  • Coliseum - Elevator & Escalator
  • Stadium - Elevator & Escalator

February 22

  • Belvedere - Elevator & Escalator

February 23

  • Clareview - Elevator & Escalator

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.

Requesting Assistance

Should you arrive at an elevator that is out of service and require assistance please call 311. You may also use any of the available security features (Blue Emergency Phones, Direct Access Phones, Emergency Push Buttons) on the system to initiate communication with ETS staff.

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