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


Back in the news - the Globe and Mail interviewed Jan Waterous and David Knight Leg about a range of proposed pubic transportation initiatives for Banff National Park. You can read the article and learn more about the new net zero 2035 “Do Tank” (not a “think tank”) on the new site:
Banff Ave closed but FREE parking at the Banff Train Station Eco Transit Hub is open!
Check out the upcoming Community Ski Days hosted by @skibig3 from Dec. 6-8. Bow Valley residents can get discounted lift tickets ($40 adult, $30 youth/senior, $20 child) with valid ID. All proceeds go to local charities, hope to see you there!
Winter is off to a great start here in Banff and at Mt. Norquay. There is no better time of year to visit than ski season!
Coming in 2020 ⚡️⚡️⚡️
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Banff Railway Lands, Area Redevelopment Plan.
A project by Banff-based, family-owned, Liricon.