Edmonton Transportation

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  • 1. Driving in Edmonton

    I always thought that Edmonton was a very unfriendly place but once again the wonderful people on city council are proving it, I live out of town, but I drive to the city daily to work I ride my...

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  • 2. Airport

    ~ Arrivals ~ If you're flying into Edmonton you are going to land at the Edmonton International Airport (EIA). Each time I have returned from overseas and was required to go through Customs I...

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  • 3. Public Bus

    If you plan on travelling all day on bus & LRT, you might want to consider buying a DayPass for $7.50. Staying for a week or two & using public transit? Buy a book of 10 tickets. Each ticket ($2.10)...

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  • 4. Getting around in Edmonton

    Way back in the day, Edmonton was a trend setter with the use of streetcars. They flourished from the early 1900's until 1951, when the last car was taken out of service. During that stretch, Edmonton...

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  • 5. Bus - Travel To and From

    Sadly, the Red Arrow only goes to four places: Red Deer, Calgary, Edmonton, and Fort McMurray. If you're coming to or travelling from Edmonton to one of those cities, take the Red Arrow. It has...

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  • 6. EIA Sky Shuttle

    For a measly $15, this shuttle will take you to Edmonton from the International Airport, or back to the International Airport from your hotel. Unlike the shuttle services I am more familiar with, this...

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  • 7. Getting to Edmonton

    I purchased a last minute fare to Edmonton, Canada with Air Canada. Excellent pricing made a last minute trip affordable. I had to do the "Western Canada airport tour" to get there. LA to Vancouver,...

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  • 8. Cycling

    I was surprised in a very positive way to find a good net of bicycle paths throught the city. Also the small streets in the neighborhoods were very usable for biking. Check the official webpage of...

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  • 9. Car Rentals

    We rented a car from Avis, and were pleased with the rates offered. The car was equipped with snow tires, and had no problems with the snowy conditions. The rental office/cars are located right at the...

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  • 10. Airport - Park n Fly

    This tip is moreso for people traveling out of Edmonton. If you have a car and no one to take you to and from the Int'l airport, there are a number of affordable park'n'ride services in Nisku, right...

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  • 11. Light Rail Train (LRT)

    As part of Edmonton Transit System (city buses), there is an "LRT" system. The LRT track currently stretches from NE corner of the city down towards downtown (passing by the Skyreach Centre & the...

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  • 12. The Edmonton Queen riverboat

    The Edmonton Queen is a modern paddlwheel riverboat designed to accomodate more than 200 passenges for excursions up and down the North Saskatchewan River. It...

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  • 13. Edmonton is the largest city...

    Edmonton is the largest city on the TransCanada Yellowhead Highway, which accesses more national and provincial parks than any other route across western...

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  • 14. Getting around the West Edmonton Mall

    Strollers (Cosmobiles) are available to rent for $5.00 (incl. $1.00 deposit) at Entrances 2, 8, 48 & 50.

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