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

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We believe in sustainable transportation and support the development of pedestrian-only zones in Banff. This is why we provide more than 500 free parking spaces at the Banff Train Station. 

Each car parked in these lots means a significant reduction in traffic congestion in the townsite and vastly improves the resident and visitor experience.
We believe in sustainable transportation and support the development of pedestrian-only zones in Banff. This is why we provide more than 500 free parking spaces at the Banff Train Station. 

Each car parked in these lots means a significant reduction in traffic congestion in the townsite and vastly improves the resident and visitor experience. We encourage you to park at the Train Station and enjoy Banff by foot, bike, or on public transit.
ICYMI: Canadian Pacific's James Clements told Railway Age that the proposed Calgary Airport – Banff Rail (CABR) project will be built to Transport Canada safety standards, with 20-foot track centers and physical barriers separating CP’s single-track main and the CABR main, also single-track. Engineering is not expected to be problematic, as the right-of way has ample width to accommodate a dedicated passenger track. 

“This allows us to protect our freight capacity, both current and future,” Clements said.

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We believe in sustainable transportation and support the development of pedestrian-only zones in Banff. This is why we provide more than 500 free parking spaces at the Banff Train Station. 

Each car parked in these lots means a significant reduction in traffic congestion in the townsite and vastly improves the resident and visitor experience. We encourage you to park at the Train Station and enjoy Banff by foot, bike, or on public transit.
ICYMI: Liricon's Jan Waterous, Managing Partner at Liricon, updates the Rocky Mountain Outlook on the Calgary Airport – Banff Rail project.
 
Mass transit is an opportunity for transformative change in the way people travel to and from Banff National Park, improving both the visitor and resident experience. Less cars mean lower emissions and decreased congestion in townsites, reducing long-term environmental impacts in and around our communities.

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We are pleased to offer free parking at the Banff Train Station to residents and visitors. Park your car and explore Banff by foot or on your bike. It is a short walk and the scenery is breathtaking. 

For details: http://ow.ly/o1RQ50JRXOH
Coming to Banff for the long weekend? Park your car and enjoy Banff on foot or by bike. We provide free 9-hour parking at the Banff Train Station lot. Use the Norquay Road highway exit for quick and easy access.

It is a short walk to Banff Avenue and the recently revitalized Bear Street.

For details: banff.ca/parking
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The proposed Calgary to Banff passenger train is one of the most important projects in Alberta's recent history, impacting travel, tourism, and environmental sustainability. After years of planning, significant progress is being made. 

Please visit our website for regular updates and to learn more about this landmark initiative. 

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