2015 COCA National Conference Transportation



This year’s conference will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton located in the area known as West Edmonton, about 10 minutes from the famous West Edmonton Mall.
DoubleTree by Hilton West Edmonton, 16615 109th Ave. NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5P 4K8
Tel: 780-484-0821 Fax: 780-486-1634
Reservations: 800-661-9804 On-line Reservations: click here (book by May 12)


Edmonton is the capital city of the Province of Alberta, gateway to Canada’s north, and is served by all forms of transportation. With a population of close to 1 million, Edmonton is Canada’s 5th largest city and a major cultural and educational centre. Edmonton Airport is situated about 35 kilometers from the DoubleTree by Hilton West Edmonton and takes about 30 minutes to drive by cab or shuttle bus.


Edmonton Sky Shuttle 780-465-8515
Rates to major hotels: $18 one-way / $30 return
Taxis and Limos
Airport taxi/limo webpage
Flat rate, one-way airport to downtown: $55 taxi / $66 limo.

Route 747 Bus Service:

Edmonton Transit Service's (ETS) Route 747 is an express bus service that runs every half hour between the airport and the Century Park bus, and the LRT station, providing superb transit connections across the city. This bus service runs every day of the week starting at 4:10 am from Century Park and 4:34 am from the airport. Fare: $5 paid to driver. ETS BusLink: 780-496-1600
More Info: click here


VIA Rail (from: Vancouver, Saskatoon, or Winnipeg)

Airlines Serving Edmonton: see full list
Air Canada (ACA) United Airlines (UAL)
Alaska Airlines (ASA) US Airways (USA)
American Airlines (AAL) WestJet (WJA)
Delta (DAL)  
For more details on tourism and transportation, please check out the following sites:

Edmonton International Airport
City of Edmonton
Edmonton Tourism
Travel Alberta
Jasper Alberta
Things to do in Alberta


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