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 and potential aspirational projects such as aerial transit to Norquay’s base and passenger rail to Calgary—can create meaningful change. Learn more about the broader vision for Banff Eco-Transit Hub, the 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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A pedestrian-focused Banff Avenue means less cars, less congestion, and less emissions. Park your car at the Banff Train Station and explore everything Banff has to offer on foot, by bike, or via public transit. Take your time and enjoy this very special place.
A recent story in the Globe and Mail discusses the considerable increase in people visiting Banff National Park. 

“It is not that Banff National Park has too many people,... it is that we have too many personal vehicles.”
Jan Waterous,  managing partner of Liricon Capital Ltd.

📸 Globe and Mail

Read more: http://ow.ly/l2sO50KtKEb
From today's New York Times:

At One of Canada’s Top Destinations, Tourists Are Back but Much Has Changed

"Among the proposals for encouraging people to leave their cars behind is a plan from the company that holds the lease on the railway station. It is proposing to resume regular train service between Calgary and Banff with stops at seven other locations along the way."

Read more: 
https://tinyurl.com/dtksxsbz
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: The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub), a not-for-profit organization featured the CABR project as a Case Study in ESG in Infrastructure.

The Calgary Airport – Banff Rail project "is anticipated to bring about a number of economic and environmental benefits to the region, increasing labour mobility, expanding and diversifying Alberta’s economy, and reducing carbon emissions."

Link in bio for all news updates
Visiting Banff this weekend? The Town of Banff is testing lane reversal on the Bow River Bridge this Saturday. 

We provide more than 500 free parking spaces at the Banff Train Station, helping to reduce traffic congestion in the townsite and improving the resident and visitor experience. 

We encourage everyone to park at the Train Station and enjoy Banff by foot, bike, or via public transit.
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.

   

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