Revitalizing the Banff Railway Lands will change the way people move through Banff National Park and the Town of Banff townsite. Informed and sustainable solutions such as the Banff Eco-Transit Hub—including intercept parking, the potential for aerial transit to Norquay’s base, and passenger rail—can create meaningful change. Learn more about the broader vision for Banff Eco-Transit Hub, the upcoming Banff Railway Lands Area Redevelopment Plan, how you can help inform next steps, and more.

A science-based approach to visitor and
vehicle management in Banff National Park


Heading to Norquay this weekend for the Bozo Cup? Don't forget there is no charge for parking at the Banff Train Station. Leave your car and walk into town and enjoy the long weekend!
Coming to Banff? Free parking is available at the Banff Train Station Parking Lot. Use the Norquay Road highway exit into town to access the lot. It is a short walk to Banff Avenue and the recently revitalized Bear Street!

Imagining the Banff Train Station as a multi-modal transit hub isn't a new idea. For decades, visitors arrived in Banff by train and then made their way to their next destination in another form of transportation. 

The Banff Eco-Transit Hub would allow more visitors to leave their cars at the edge of the townsite, reducing congestion and emissions as they explore the area.
Located at the edge of the town, the Banff Train Station is one of the first things people have seen when arriving in Banff for over a century. Since the construction of the existing 1910 building and earlier structures dating from 1883, the Station has been a cornerstone in the evolution of Banff and Canadian railway tourism. We firmly believe that preserving Banff's rich heritage is essential for its conservation.
It is a beautiful day for a skate at the Banff Train Station. Call your friends and enjoy the sun!
Great news for Banff residents and the environment! Starting May 20, 2022, all local Banff routes on Roam Transit will be free for residents.  Incentivizing mass transit is another step toward Banff Net Zero 2035. Stay tuned for more details.


Banff Railway Lands, Area Redevelopment Plan.
A project by Banff-based, family-owned, Liricon.