Project Update

Valley Line Southeast is now open for passenger service. Over the coming months, there will be system fine-tuning, construction clean up and warranty work occurring along the line. This work does not affect the safe operation of the system.

ETS Maps, Routes and Schedules

Public Engagement Opportunity

We want to hear about your experiences travelling on 102 Avenue between 99 Street and 102 Street since the opening of Valley Line Southeast LRT.  

Take a short survey to let us know what it’s like to walk, bike, take transit, roll or drive along 102 Avenue by June 24.

Take the Survey!

This survey is one tool we are using to understand peoples’ experiences along this corridor and to determine if additional road safety measures are needed.

Valley Line Southeast trains opened for passenger service on Saturday November 4, 2023.

See LRT Stations Map

Plan a Trip

Valley Line Southeast is a new low-floor transit system designed to fit into neighbourhoods. This means there are no crossing arms, gates or bells at intersections. Learn more at Pedestrian and Traffic Safety.

About the Project

Project Lifecycle - Operate Phase Graphic

Valley Line Southeast runs 13 km from Downtown to Mill Woods and features:

  • 11 street-level stops
  • An elevated station with a 1,300-spot Park and Ride facility and a full transit centre located in the Wagner industrial area
  • The new Tawatinâ Bridge across North Saskatchewan River
  • A short tunnel from the north face of the River Valley through to the Quarters redevelopment
  • An interchange point at Churchill Stop to access the existing Metro and Capital LRT lines