By the end of March, transit users will no longer be able to park for free at Century Park.
On March 31, the last of the free park-and-ride stalls at the Century Park transit station will be turned back to the land developer. There are currently about 390 free stalls at the south Edmonton park-and-ride lot.
The transition is part of the lease agreement, as the park-and-ride land is not owned by the City of Edmonton.
After March 31, the land developer will be charging market rates for the stalls, the City of Edmonton said in a media release Thursday morning.
In June 2017, city council approved a long-term plan for Century Park, which will see the area turned into a transit-oriented urban village complete with residential development.
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