On October 23-24, Capital/Metro Line trains run every 20 minutes to accommodate work at Stadium Station. During this time, Metro Line trains run between Century Park and NAIT.
Our 40+ year-old LRT network needs upgrades and maintenance to ensure it keeps serving Edmontonians for another 40 years and beyond.
TLC for LRT was created to help you effectively plan your commute. TLC for LRT projects include upgrades to LRT stations, infrastructure and tracks.
Most maintenance work is scheduled when there is generally lower ridership (evenings/weekends) to help minimize service disruptions to transit riders. However, there will be some weekday and/or long-term changes to help accomplish some projects.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are continuing to maintain and improve our city through infrastructure renewal.
We are closely following the most recent guidelines and recommendations set by the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health and are taking extra steps to ensure the places where we work are safe, sanitary, and provide proper physical distancing.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this time. You can find up-to-date information about service impacts on this page, on ETS social media and on posters at LRT stations.
Upcoming TLC for LRT Notices
Upcoming TLC for LRT Projects
Over several years, crews will be intermittently completing platform renovations across our LRT system. This work will involve replacing platform warning tiles (the rumble strips at the edges of platforms), and demolishing and rebuilding sections of platforms that require renewal.
From April-July 2021, platform renewal work will be completed at South Campus/Fort Edmonton Park Station.
In 2020, we upgraded platforms at McKernan/Belgravia and Coliseum stations.
We’re revitalizing one of Edmonton’s original LRT Stations! The Stadium LRT Station Redevelopment will address aging infrastructure that has been serving Edmonton for over 40 years. Construction began May 2020 and is anticipated to be complete in 2022.
Improvements include an additional platform, new heated shelters, new public washrooms and a new security office. This work will also involve renovating the entire station building, including the roof canopy, and removing the underground concourse.
In 2020, crews started demolition of the station building and construction of the new platform. In 2021, construction continues on the two new pedestrian crossings and on the new platform, while work will begin on the new overhead canopy.
In 2020, we replaced the overhead catenary system (OCS), also known as the wiring above the tracks, on the Capital Line between 92-95 Street south of Stadium Station. The OCS provides power to the LRT cars. For this project, the height of the OCS is being adjusted to meet new standards.
We are upgrading eight LRT crossings along the Capital Line. This work includes:
- Replacing road gate signal systems
- Adding pedestrian gates
- Replacing and widening sidewalks to make them more accessible
Upgrades to six crossings have been completed at 82 Street, 92 Street, 95 Street, 112 Avenue, 115 Avenue, as well as the pedestrian crossing at Health Sciences/Jubilee Station. Future/ongoing locations include 129 Avenue and 66 Street - 125 Avenue.
Through this work, crews will complete improvements to the tracks, tunnel structures, infrastructure, signalling and more.