The site has been designed to simplify transit to transit connections, and will include cycle and pedestrian links into nearby neighbourhoods. The original site layout was modified to include space for potential future Transit Oriented Development (TOD), west of the future LRT line. The Park & Ride will ultimately accommodate approximately 1,900 parking stalls.
Where We Are
Construction of Phase 1 began in fall 2018 and was completed in late 2019.
The first phase of construction included:
A 15-bay Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) bus transit centre, with a heated building and several unheated sheltered waiting areas
Park & Ride to accommodate up to 1,100 stalls
Two Kiss and Ride (passenger drop-off locations)
Stormwater Management Facility (storm pond) north of the Park & Ride lot
Reconstruction of a portion of 127 Street for access to and from the Park & Ride
Future expansion of the Park & Ride lot (to the ultimate capacity of 1,900 parking stalls and 20 bus bays) will be undertaken based on service demands and funding availability. The site has been designed to minimize service impacts during any future expansion, as well as the integration of future LRT and Transit Oriented Development.
ETS Shuttle Bus Service
The Transit Centre will provide shuttle service to and from Century Park Transit Centre, until the Capital Line South LRT is extended to Ellerslie Road.
Bus routes are to be confirmed in conjunction with the City’s overall Bus Network Redesign project.
The shuttle service (ETS bus route 700) runs every 5-10 minutes (depending on the time of day) between approximately 5am-10pm on weekdays.
Heritage Valley Park & Ride construction was completed on time and on budget in late 2019.