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University Station was the first LRT station to be constructed on the south side of the North Saskatchewan River. The LRT line connects across the river via the Dudley B. McKenzie LRT Bridge. University Station is named for the University of Alberta, which it is located beneath.


Map of 114 Street and 89 Avenue
114 Street and 89 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta


Southbound: #2316

Northbound: #2969


The following entrances are fully accessible:

112 Street and 89 Avenue Northside entrance (by Hub Mall)

114 Street and 89 Avenue Southside entrance




Heated Area

Pedway Connection

Public Washrooms

Public Washrooms - Accessible

Priority Waiting Area


Transit Arrival Sign

Transit Centre Adjacent

Bike Racks

Designated Parking for Disabled

LRT Carpool Parking

Passenger Drop Off Area (Kiss and Ride)

Park & Ride

Park & Ride - Paid

ETS Fare Vending Machines

Emergency Phones

Public Pay Phones

Public Wi-Fi

Ticket Validator

Transit Information Intercom

TTY Phone

ATM/Bank Machine

Change Machine

Convenience Store

Library Drop Off/Vending Machine

Snack/Beverage Vending Machine


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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