OC Transpo is committed to providing inclusive and barrier-free access to information for all its customers.
Route timetables are currently available in an accessible text-only format.
Additional documentation and information on OC Transpo services, policies and programs can also be provided upon request in an accessible format - such as Braille, HTML, text – or with communication supports. Contact us or fill in the City's online form to make a request.
The octranspo.com site has a number of web site options that can be customized to make the content easier to read and navigate, including increasing text size and contrast.
- In addition to the accessible formats available for print and electronic formats, OC Transpo's TTY or teletypewriter line enables persons with hearing disabilities to communicate with OC Transpo staff in a two-way text conversation over the telephone line. TTY service is available by calling 613-741-5280.
For more information on the provision of information in accessible formats or with communication supports, please refer to the City of Ottawa's Accessible Formats and Communication Supports Procedure.
On Saturdays, Sundays and most holidays, the whole family can ride all day on a single DayPass!
Be ready for fare inspection
Aboard double-deckers, articulated buses and the O-Train, and on the O-Train platform
Keep your PRESTO card, monthly pass, POP transfer ticket or DayPass at hand and be prepared to show it to fare inspectors on request.
Let OC Know
If you feel threatened let OC Transpo know by calling Transecure or submitting an anonymous online report.