With Calgary Transit maintenance and Stampede Park construction and events, the Flames advise fans to plan accordingly ahead of the following games:
Sept. 30 vs. Winnipeg
Due to road construction and closures, as well as events taking place on and around Stampede Park, the Scotiabank Saddledome advise all fans attending the Flames vs. Winnipeg game on Saturday, Sept. 30 to arrive early or to use public transportation in order to avoid parking delays.
For transit users in the Northwest, Calgary Transit will be conducting maintenance which will result in several stations being closed on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1: Service from Somerset Station terminates at Sunnyside Station and runs on a normal frequency. Service from Tuscany Station terminates at Banff Trail Hall Station and runs on a normal frequency. Due to this maintenance, buses will operate between Sunnyside Station and Banff Trail Station.
Oct. 7 vs. Winnipeg
Calgary Transit will be conducting maintenance on downtown stations from Oct. 7-9. Red Line C-Train service will be split into two segments: service from Somerset Station terminates at Stampede Station and runs on a normal frequency and service from Tuscany Station terminates at Sunnyside Station and runs every 16 minutes. Buses will operate between Erlton/Stampede Station and Sunnyside Station.
Blue Line C-Train service be split into two segments: service from 69 Street Station terminates at Downtown West/Kerby Station and runs on a normal frequency and service from Saddletowne Station terminates at Bridgeland Station and runs on a normal frequency. Buses will operate between Downtown West/Kerby Station and Bridgeland Station.