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Park and ride in Edmonton
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Transportation priorities approved for Edmonton region

The Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board (EMRB) has identified highway widening, park and ride, and consolidating the region's transit networks among its top transportation priorities in 2021.

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'Public education is the key': Advisory board recommends ETS improve communication
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'Public education is the key': Advisory board recommends ETS improve communication

Two reports from a citizen-led advisory board say Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) should improve its communication with the public to make the city's transit system more inclusive, safe, and accessible.

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Speaking Municipally: Episode 133

In Episode 133 of Speaking Municipally, hosts Troy Pavlek and Mack Male talk about Arc, the new smart fare system rolling out this summer.

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Mayor Don Iveson
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New bus routes are here

New bus routes and On Demand Transit went into service at 5am on Sunday, April 25.

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Speaking Municipally: Episode 125

In Episode 125 of Speaking Municipally, co-hosts Troy Pavlek and Mack Male discussed the motion from Councillor Jon Dziadyk to pause the bus network redesign (BNR).

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Executive committee endorses transit cash fare raise, electronic fare discount
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Executive committee endorses transit cash fare raise, electronic fare discount

Beginning next month, single trips on transit could get more expensive.

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Coming up at council: April 12-16, 2021

The Edmonton Place Brand Strategy, Community Energy Transition Strategy, and other notable agenda items coming before city council for the week of April 12-16.

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Chart showing transit ridership in 2019 and 2020
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Chart: Edmonton transit ridership fell 44.3% YoY in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in 38 million fewer transit trips in 2020 compared with 2019, a year-over-year decrease of 44.3%.

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Fare increase, lower fare evasion fine among potential changes to Edmonton transit
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Fare increase, lower fare evasion fine among potential changes to Edmonton transit

City council's executive committee will vote on whether to increase single trip cash fares for buses and LRT rides on April 12. The proposed increase is one of many potential changes to the Edmonton Transit Service this year, along with adjustments that have already been implemented.

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