How to Reach Edmonton
- By Air: Edmonton International Airport services the city and is located 30 minutes from downtown. There are flights to Edmonton from major cities in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean.
- By Rail: VIA Rail operates passenger train services to Edmonton from major cities in Canada including Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.
- By Road: Edmonton is connected to several Canadian cities by road with travel time ranging from 5 hours to 12 hours by car. Greyhound buses operate from all major cities in Canada. Red Arrow Motorcoach runs premium bus services throughout Alberta.
- By Bus: City buses cover the entire city and are easy to use. Buses depart every 30 minutes between stops and are operational from 5.30am to 1.30am daily.
- By Rail: The Light Rail Transit system trains run from Clareview Station, in the northeast section of the city, to the Century Park Station. The trains generally operate every 6 minutes and daily passes as well as single ride passes are available.
- By Car: Car rentals and Edmonton maps are easily available a good way to explore the city and surrounds. Metered parking and public parking lots are located throughout the city.
- By Bike: Edmonton is an ideal place for biking as the city has an excellent bike route network. Maps of the cities bike routes as well as several bike rental companies can be found throughout the city.