Saturday January 19, 2019

January 11, 2019 Events

Our deepest condolences are extended to all those affected by the tragedy at Westboro Station.  Our customers and Ottawa residents can convey their sympathies to families and victims of the collision by signing the Book of Condolences.  The book will be available at Ottawa City Hall (Jean Pigott Place) from noon Monday, January 14 until end of day Sunday, January 20. The Book of Condolences will also be available at Eva James Memorial Community Centre starting at noon, Monday, January 21, where it will remain until end of day Sunday, January 27.

If you wish to convey your sympathies but are unable to do so in person, an online Book of Condolences is also available on

Residents who need support are encouraged to call the Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region at 613-238-3311 or the national Morneau Shepell crisis hotline at 1-844-751-2133. Ottawa Public Health has additional resources to help in responding to stressful events.

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Public Transit In Canada's Capital

Increased service in Barrhaven

As of Nov. 15, 2018, some additional afternoon peak-period trips on Route 95 will be extended south from Barrhaven Centre to the Minto Recreation Complex on Cambrian Road. There will be an extra morning trip provided on Route 277 from Nepean Woods. These additional trips will increase service capacity and schedule reliability for Barrhaven bus riders. Check out the new timetables »

Ticket machines

Non-Presto fares sold from ticket machines are active right away

You can use Single-ride tickets and DayPasses, including those for 3, 5 and 7 days, to ride on OC Transpo, Para Transpo and STO as soon as you buy them up until they expire. You’ll find the expiry date and time in bold text on the front of each ticket. You can’t buy these fares in advance. Use Presto to pre-pay your fares. Presto funds and passes are stored on your card until you tap onto a reader.

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