Edmonton’s Valley Line Southeast LRT is a new low-floor transit system designed to fit into neighbourhoods. This means there are no crossing arms, gates or bells at intersections - this is common in many other cities. Valley Line will offer you an LRT experience that is accessible and connected to areas where you live, work and play.
Valley Line is different from the Metro Line and Capital Line:
Drivers, pedestrians and cyclists share the road with Valley Line trains. This is new!
There are no crossing arms, gates or bells at intersections. Please pay attention.
There will be new pedestrian crossings along the route. Always yield to pedestrians at crosswalks.
Valley Line LRT features include:
Low-floor trains with doors that open at sidewalk level.
Smaller-scale stops that are spaced closer together.
Safe pedestrian-friendly design.
Things to remember to keep yourself and others safe:
There are changes at intersections for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists.
Right turns are not allowed on red lights at some intersections.
Pay attention to all signs and signals.
Do not stop on the tracks or race a train across the tracks.
If you see tracks, expect a train—from either direction.
New Trains. New Behaviours.
Valley Line Southeast LRT is new, and different from existing LRT in Edmonton, but existing rules of the road still apply whether you are walking, biking, rolling, driving or riding transit.