Construction activities on the southeast part of the Valley Line started in spring 2016. The timing of when the new line will open to the public is not known at this time. An update will be provided when more information becomes available.

Pedestrian and Traffic Safety
Edmonton’s Valley Line Southeast LRT is a new low-floor transit system designed to fit into neighbourhoods. Valley Line will offer you an LRT experience that is accessible and connected to areas where you live, work and play.

About the Project

Build Phase

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 1,300-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 Square to access the existing Metro and Capital LRT lines

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

Current & Upcoming Construction

TransEd Partners