May 12, 2023: Follow the Latest Updates on the Valley Line Southeast and Take a Ride with Us

Welcome to the final episode of our virtual ride on the Valley Line Southeast LRT! In this episode, we show how the Valley Line will connect downtown from the 102 Street Stop to the Mill Woods Stop in southeast Edmonton. This full ride highlights the views along the 13km route and some train features that riders will experience when the line opens.

We hope everyone enjoys this week’s virtual trip. We can’t wait to welcome you on board when the line opens!

TransEd is testing trains along the Valley Line Southeast LRT and mimicking the future schedule. For example, more trains operate during peak hours and fewer during off-peak hours.

Please be aware of your surroundings with more trains on the tracks. Motorists, must always adhere to traffic signals and ensure you follow “NO RIGHT ON RED” signs. Pedestrians, ensure you only cross the tracks using designated crosswalks and follow the pedestrian signals to remain safe. Every pedestrian crossing along the Valley Line Southeast has visual walk and don’t walk pedestrian signals and countdown timers, press and hold the crossing button to activate the audible signal.

Now, let’s hop on the Valley Line Southeast LRT and ride from downtown to Mill Woods.

Click here to see the video.

TransEd continues testing and frequently running trains along the entire 13km alignment. Here is an Infographic roadmap to the opening of the Valley Line Southeast LRT that shows our progress.


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