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Operator: Edmonton Street Railway
URBAN STREETCAR ROUTES
Streetcar routes in Edmonton were identified by a colour scheme that appeared both in panels and lights used on the vehicles. In the table below,
a letter code is used for the appropriate colour(s) (it also appears on the map). The full route name is also given.
||112 Av. - 124 St. - Jasper Av. - 97 St. - 95 St. - 118 Av. - 66 St. - North Edmonton (124 Av.)
||Blue & White
||112 Av. - 124 St. - Jasper Av. - 97 St. - 95 St. - 118 Av. (at 82 St.)
||Red & Blue
||Whyte Av. - 104 St. - 76 Av. - McKernan’s Lake (at 116 St.)
||Red & Green
||Calder - 127 Av. - 124 St. - 107 Av. - 101 St. - Jasper Av. - 109 St. - 97 Av. - Rossdale (near the Low Level Bridge)
||Red & White
||116 Av. (at 80 St.) - 114 Av. - 95 St. - 101 St. - Jasper Av. - 109 St. - High Level Bridge - 109 St. - Whyte Av. - 99 St.
||Highlands (61 St.) - 112 Av. - 101 St. - Jasper Av. - 109 St. - High Level Bridge - 109 St. - Whyte Av. - 99 St.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Streetcars (Old system): 9 Nov. 1908 - 2 Sept. 1951.
- C-Train (LRT): 23 Apr. 1978 - today.
The Edmonton Radial Railway Society operates heritage streetcars (from Edmonton and elsewhere)
over a dedicated restored right-of-way in downtown Edmonton, using tracks on the High Level Bridge, as well as in historic
Fort Edmonton Park.
- Hatcher, C.K. & Schwarzkopf, T. Edmonton's electric transit: The story of Edmonton's streetcars and trolley buses. Toronto: Railfare Enterprises, 1983.
- Taplin, M.R. Tramways of North America including rapid transit. Hassocks (West Sussex), England: Light Rail Transit Association, 2nd ed., .