All LRT trains and all public areas within Edmonton Transit’s LRT facilities are accessible.
- Station Entrances designated as accessible have automatic door openers.
- Access to LRT platforms from street level is via ramps located at each end of the platform or by elevator.
- Escalators are available in many of the LRT stations.
- LRT Priority Waiting Area are available for customers using mobility aids such as wheelchairs, walkers, or scooters.
LRT Accessible Ramps
All LRT train cars are equipped with an accessible ramp which can be found at the middle doorway on either side of the car. The bright yellow ramps are designed to improve access from the station platform to the car for people with limited mobility. The accessible doorway is marked with a large wheelchair decal and has a large, round, lit button on each side of the door, just below the standard access button.
The height of the platform compared to the floor of the LRT car can vary from station to station, and the ramp is designed to line up with the platform. We've made other changes in the middle of the car on the older trains to improve accessibility and travel comfort. The curve of the stanchion in the doorway has been reduced, and it's been painted bright yellow as well. The double seats at the centre of the car have been replaced by bench seats to increase the space for mobility aids. Customers who use this section of the car won't be so crowded. The newer train cars have no stanchion in the doorways, and have well-marked priority seating areas immediately adjacent to the accessible doorways.
LRT ramp in use
LRT Priority Waiting Area
The Priority Waiting Area is the preferred waiting location for customers who have mobility challenges or who are using mobility aids such as wheelchairs, walkers, or scooters. The Priority Waiting Area is identified by a bright blue floor decal or special tiling with a wheelchair symbol. It is easily seen by train operators as they pull into the station. Waiting in the identified area ensures that the customer is visible to the operator and alerts the operator to the fact that the customer may require extra time boarding the train.
Please note: The location of the Priority Waiting Area decal is not designed to line up with the accessible doors of the train, but rather to facilitate communication with the operator of the train.
Using the LRT Priority Waiting Area and Boarding the LRT:
- Position yourself on or beside the marked Priority Waiting Area.
- Make eye contact with the operator as the train pulls into the station.
- Once the train has stopped, make your way to the nearest accessible doors of the train. Accessible doors are identified by a blue frame around the door and a decal of a person in a wheelchair.
- Press the blue button beside the doors to open the doors and lower the ramp.
- Board the train.
- Make sure you are in a safe and secure position on the train
LRT Priority Waiting Photo Gallery
Accessible LRT Entrances
||129 Avenue and East entrance
129 Avenue and Fort Road Westside entrance by the Transit Centre
||77 Street and 119 Avenue entrance by the Transit Centre
118 Avenue Northside entrance (underpass)
Eastside entrance by Rexall Place
||99 Street and 102 Avenue Northside entrance by the Winspear Centre
||100A Street and Jasper Avenue Northside entrance
||103 Street and Jasper Avenue Northside entrance
||107 Street and Jasper Avenue Southside entrance
||110 Street and 99 Avenue Westside entrance
110 Street and 98 Avenue Westside entrance
||112 Street and 89 Avenue Northside entrance by Hub Mall
114 Street and 89 Avenue Southside entrance