May 29, 2018
The operation of Park & Ride stalls at Century Park Transit station is gradually shifting from the City of Edmonton to the landowner, and this means changes for some paid reserved parking customers.
On June 1, 2018, the number of City-operated Park & Ride stalls will be reduced from 1,080 to 864, with 221 free stalls and 643 reserved paid stalls. Impark, which manages the City-operated stalls, will contact any affected paying customer about temporary parking alternatives for June. Starting July 1, these customers will have the option to go on a waitlist for another City-operated stall or to sign up for monthly reserved parking in the landowner’s private Park & Ride lot.
The total number of available Park & Ride stalls at Century Park Transit station will not change from 1,260. The number of stalls operated privately by the landowner will increase to 396.
As of June 8, 2018, there will also be 50 fewer free parking stalls at the Stadium Park & Ride location, leaving 306 free stalls and 163 paid reserve stalls available for commuters. This is to allow for construction of the new
road, which is part of a Transit Oriented Development plan for the area. Paid reserved stalls are available through Impark.
The City of Edmonton continues to work with the landowners to maximize usage of the lands serving the transit community in the short term, and encouraging transit-oriented development over the long term.