Adjustments to ETS Park and Trip areas on Edmonton Eskimos Recreation Days – Edmonton

Due to ongoing construction in the city, Edmonton Transit is making some changes to its park-and-ride locations this season for the Edmonton Eskimos’ home games.

Bus traffic to and from the Burns City Lot games will be canceled and temporarily suspended from Kingsway Mall for the 2019 football season.

Instead, a park-and-ride service will be added at the Eaux Claires Transit Center near 97 Street and 157 Avenue and the NAIT D Lot at 109 Street and 118 Avenue.

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The city of Edmonton said Thursday the changes were due to “operational challenges and ongoing construction”.

Football fans with an Edmonton Eskimos ticket can ride the ETS buses or LRT for free. Matchday tickets are valid from two hours before the game and end two hours after the free transit tariff.

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The park and ride service begins 90 minutes before each home game and ends as soon as the Commonwealth Stadium area is clear. According to the city, the regular ETS tariffs apply to fans who buy a ticket in the stadium.

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The Edmonton Eskimos’ first home game is a preseason against the BC Lions on Sunday May 26th.

For more information on Park and Ride services in Edmonton, please visit the ETS website.

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