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About the Project

The Valley Line Southeast will run 13 km from Downtown to Mill Woods, and will feature:

  • 11 street-level stops
  • An elevated station with a 1,400-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 Square to access the existing Metro and Capital LRT lines

This project has a capital cost of $1.8 billion, and will be delivered as a public-private partnership (P3).

Current & Upcoming Construction

TransEd Partners

Local Métis Artist Commissioned for Tawatinâ Bridge Artwork

David Garneau artwork samples

The Edmonton Arts Council has commissioned Canadian Métis artist David Garneau to create artwork for the pedestrian walkway on the Tawatinâ Bridge. The artwork will consist of more than 400 panels, each shaped and painted to refer to Indigenous aspects of the region.

Valley Line Quarterly Reports

As part of an ongoing commitment to transparency and accountability, the City releases periodic reports to provide an overview of progress and performance on the Valley Line Project. These reports include a summary of work completed by TransEd Partners and the City.

Valley Line Southeast progress report Q4 2016

Valley Line Southeast progress report Q1 2017

Valley Line Southeast Booklet (13.1 MB)

In-depth look at planning and history of the Valley Line Southeast project, plus southeast portion route maps, August 2016.

Valley Line Project Agreement and Value for Money Reports

As promised in its Accountability and Transparency Disclosure framework, the City of Edmonton is releasing the Valley Line LRT - Stage 1 project Value for Money report and the Project Agreement to the general public.

Value for Money - Project Agreement

Very limited redactions have been made to the Project Agreement, and only under circumstances as dictated by Alberta's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act, under consultation with the City of Edmonton's Law department and FOIP office.

FOIP On Project Agreement

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