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Transportation Edmonton

  1. Public Transit (Edmonton Transit Service – ETS): Edmonton has an extensive public transit system operated by ETS. This includes buses and a Light Rail Transit (LRT) network with several lines connecting various parts of the city.
  2. LRT (Light Rail Transit): The Edmonton LRT system, known as the Edmonton Metro Line and Capital Line, provides convenient and efficient transportation within the city. The system connects key areas and neighborhoods, including downtown Edmonton.
  3. Buses: ETS operates a comprehensive bus network that serves both urban and suburban areas of Edmonton. Buses provide coverage to places not directly accessible by the LRT.
  4. Biking: Edmonton has been working on expanding its network of bike lanes, pathways, and bike-sharing programs to promote cycling as a transportation option, particularly during the warmer months.
  5. Walking: Many parts of Edmonton, especially the downtown area and various neighborhoods, are pedestrian-friendly and suitable for walking.
  6. Driving: Private vehicles are a common mode of transportation in Edmonton. The city has a well-developed road network, and driving is a popular choice for getting around.
  7. Taxis and Ride-Sharing: Taxis and ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft operate in Edmonton, providing additional options for point-to-point transportation.
  8. Ridesharing and Carpooling: Similar to Calgary, various apps and platforms facilitate ridesharing and carpooling, allowing people to share rides and reduce transportation costs.

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