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For more information on service alerts, call 311 or BusLink at 780-496-1600, or view the complete list of detours and bus stop closures.  

Servus Edmonton Marathon: August 19-20
Plan ahead for major impacts to traffic and buses, especially around Downtown, during the Servus Edmonton Marathon. Detours are planned for Routes 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 15, 57, 100, 130, 140, 141, 142 and 151.

LRT Track Work: August 19-20
Metro Line runs between NAIT and Churchill LRT stations only. Capital Line trains use one track for both directions at University and Health Sciences stations. All trains run every 15 minutes as scheduled. LRT arrival signs will be temporarily shut off, but train schedule details are available through the Transit Trip Planner. Crews are completing planned track-level maintenance during this time.


Service Alerts

  • 2017 Transit Service Reallocation Plan 
    Starting July 2, service from underused bus routes will be moved to higher-demand routes to improve on-time performance and address overcrowding. The transit services selected for reductions or cancellations have very low use with an average of 12 passenger boardings per hour. City Policy typically requires 15 boardings per hour in off-peak time periods and 30 passenger boardings during peak periods, depending on the type of route. Some routes will be cancelled entirely, while other routes will only see cancellations in specific time periods or particular trips.

    2017 Service Reductions

  • Improvement Projects
    Numerous projects are taking place around the city this year that require temporary changes to some bus routes and schedules.

  • LRT Arrival Signs
    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.

  • Bay/Enterprise Square LRT Station Entrances 
    The south entrance located on 104 Street at Bay/Enterprise Square LRT Station is temporarily closed for renovations. Access the station using the north and south entrances on 103 Street and the north entrance on 104 Street. Please plan ahead if you are using this station for your daily commute and special events, including hockey games. Upgrades will improve safety, security and the overall look of the station, and include:

    • New entrance doors with electronic mechanism for locking and unlocking.

    • Upgraded structure with  new glass around the entrance and new plexiglass on the ceiling. 

  • Stadium Transit Centre: Parking Notice and Bus Detours
    From May 1 until early July, the east side of Stadium Transit Centre is closed while crews safely and quickly perform planned construction to renew the roadway for buses. Some free parking stalls are sectioned off during this time. Routes 125, 837, 858 and DATS shuttles that normally use bus stop numbers 1401, 1402 and 1403 will detour to a replacement stop located on the west side of the transit centre. A pedestrian access to the LRT station is also available on the west side. On-site signage is available to assist transit riders.  Transit Centre Map

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