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​Edmonton's Light Rail Transit (LRT) provides mobility and access to all Edmontonians. As Edmonton grows, so does its transportation needs. Here at EPC​OR,​ we're doing our part to help bring reliable, accessible LRT service to Edmontonians by helping with utility relocations on the Capital Line South Project.

Learn more about the LRT project on the City of Edmonton’s Capital Line South LRT Extension Project website​.​​​​​

Project Overview

As part of the Capital Line South LRT Extension Project, EPCOR is responsible for relocating all the power, water and drainage utilities to avoid potential conflicts with the futur​e Capital Line South LRT extension infrastructure. This is an extension of the current Capital Line, which will operate from Century Park to Ellerslie Road. The Capital Line LRT Utility​ Relocation Project started​ in 2023.

To meet the overall LRT project schedule, the City of Edmonton​​​ has requested that EPCOR perform the utility relocations within specific areas along the alignment prior to LRT construction.​

Overall Project Area

​Impacts to you 

While we try to minimize disruptions during our project work, there are some things that may affect you throughout the project, like traffic impacts and sidewalk closures.

Impacts to you​​​

​​What to expect during construction

You can expect to experience typical construction activities​ during this work. Here are the details about what you can expect during construction.

Construction impacts

Proje​​ct background

Learn more about the work we're doing to support the L​RT project and why we need to d​o it.​​

Project background​​​

Customer communication and commitments

EPCOR is committed to minimizing construction impacts where possible while we work in the community.​​

Residents and businesses around the specific work areas will receive additional information prior to construction starting. Up-to-date information including print notices for each area can be found here.

EPCOR is committed to engaging and building relationships with the community and stakeholders. Current relocation work will also support the ongoing reliability of utility services in these areas.

If you have any questions, please contact us​: