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Our study began in June 2017 and the preferred LRT route will be presented to City Council for approval before the end of 2017. This will be followed by the development of a Recommended Concept Plan, including station locations and alignment (where the tracks fit within the route), which will be presented to City Council prior to the end of 2018.

The first round of public engagement will conclude in late August 2017 and the proposed route will be shared publicly for feedback in November 2017. Concept planning public engagement opportunities will continue in 2018.

Share Your Voice

Join us at our public events or at our engagement pop-ups at community events throughout summer 2017.

Engagement activities for future phases of this project will be posted as the information becomes available. The next phase of engagement will take place in November 2017.

Public Engagement Sessions

July 12, 20 and 22, 2017

Residents were asked to attend public engagement sessions to give input on places and amenties that were important to them in the study area, additional routes or sections of routes that should be considered, where they travel to and from and what is important to them when considering LRT routes in the area.

Three public engagement sessions were held on July 12 at the Bonnie Doon Community Hall, July 20 at City Hall and July 22 at St. Anthony District Archives in Old Strathcona.

The online survey will be available until August 27, 2017.

Public Engagement Session Materials

Display Boards (12MB) - updated July 20

Fact Sheet - updated July 31

Online Survey

The City is committed to involving the people affected by the decisions it makes. We seek diverse opinions, experiences and information so that a wide spectrum of information is available to decision makers.

Building a new LRT line is a significant infrastructure project that can take several years of planning, engineering and public engagement before construction can begin.
The City of Edmonton's Light Rail Transit (LRT) Projects include six routes to various parts of the city.

For More Information

Centre LRT Study




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