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Number of city-run park-and-ride stalls at Century Park going down June 1

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Changes at two Edmonton park-and-ride stations will take effect this Friday and next Friday, including a reduction in the number of parking stalls.

The operational responsibility of many of the park-and-ride stalls at Century Park Transit Station is switching from the city to the landowner.

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As of June 1, the number of city-operated park-and-ride stalls will drop from 1,080 to 864. There will be 221 free stalls and 643 reserved paid stalls. The total number of available park-and-ride stalls (1,260) at Century Park won’t change, however, the number of stalls operated privately by the owner will increase to 396.

Impark manages the city-operated stalls and will be contacting affected customers about temporary parking alternatives. Then, starting July 1, customers can choose to go on a waiting list for another city-owned stall or sign up for monthly reserved parking in the landowner’s private park-and-ride lot.

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The park-and-ride changes are happening because the city is developing the Century Park land into a “high-density, mixed-use urban village,” the city said in a Tuesday news release. The rezoning plan was approved by city council in June 2017.

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The number of free parking stalls at the Stadium park-and-ride location will go down by 50 as of June 8.

That means, there will be 306 free stalls and 163 paid reserved stalls available at that transit station.

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This change is taking place to accommodate construction of the new Muttart Crossing road, “which is part of a transit-oriented development plan for the area,” the city said.

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Paid reserved stalls can be booked through Impark for Stadium Transit Station.