Banff Bike Month
Activities and events are being held throughout the month of June to celebrate Bike Month in Banff. Take part for a chance to win great prizes
Construction & Traffic Impacts
Construction and Traffic Impacts in the Town of Banff.
Getting Around Banff
The Banff townsite is just 3.94 sq. kilometres, which means it's fairly easy to get around. Locals like to walk and cycle everywhere, or Roam, on Banff's great public transit system.
Mass Transit Feasibility Study
The Calgary-Bow Valley Mass Transit Feasibility Study looks at bus and rail based options to provide mass transit along Highway 1.
The Town of Banff has on-street and off-street parking.
Roam Public Transit
The Town of Banff maintains approximately 86 kilometers of roadways plus alleys and eight parking lots. Shifts run from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week, and staff are on-call overnight. This means there is a streets crew member available 24/7/365. On-call staff can be activated by the streets supervisor or the RCMP.
Streetscape Design Guidelines
The Streetscape Design Guidelines are a planning document to help with street reconstruction projects in Banff. These guidelines will be applied to both municipal projects and private redevelopments so the Town’s transportation goals are reflected in the design
Check webcams around Banff to see the latest traffic conditions.
2023 Traffic Data
Traffic statistics for the Town of Banff
Trails Master Plan
The Trails Master Plan will be used to help guide the development of trails and trail maintenance in the Town of Banff for the next 10 years.
Transportation Master Plan
Banff's Transportation Master Plan was adopted by council in May of 2013.