Sunday September 25, 2016

Today’s Service

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Public Transit In Canada's Capital

Perspective view of the O-Train on the rails

Construction at O-Train Trillium Line stations starting Fall 2016

The location of station entrances, walkways, fare vending machine and PRESTO readers at O-Train stations may shift temporarily while we begin construction on the structures to house future fare gates along the Trillium Line. The fare gates are part of our new modernized fare system, coming in 2017. The O-Train will continue to serve all stations. Please obey all signage and be careful around the construction site. Detailed construction impacts »

School supplies

Back-to-school with transit

The 600-series routes and special trips on regular routes are back for the school year! School service is adjusted every year, so confirm your route and schedule before school starts. Extra trips to colleges and universities will start up again with the beginning of classes. Student paper passes are no longer accepted. You’ll need a PRESTO card to load an October monthly student pass. Back-to-school with transit: Read More »

Renumbering Routes 231 and 232

On Tuesday, Sept. 6, Route 231 becomes Route 228, and Route 232 becomes Route 222. Routing and schedules do not change. The new numbering is part of preparations for the launch of the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018.

Photo of rail construction site with On Track 2018 logo

Tunney’s Pasture Station roadway changes starting Aug. 14

Buses now follow a slightly different routing through Tunney’s Pasture as light-rail construction at the station pushes forward. Routes 150 and 151 no longer serve the stop at the corner of Smirle and Scott (catch your bus at Tunney's Pasture Stop A). All other buses continue to serve the same stops. Please respect all signs and be careful when you approach the construction zone. New station layout »

On Track 2018 banner

June 7 Technical Briefing

OC Transpo held a technical briefing regarding three reports: Bus Service Identification, OC Transpo 2018 Route Network, and OC Transpo Fare System. This technical briefing is one of many that will be held as we lead up to the opening of the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018. Watch the briefing and read the reports »

Bike rack mounted on the front of a bus with Rack & Roll logo

Rack & Roll is back until fall

We have finished installing bike racks on our buses so you can take your bike along for the ride. More than 450 buses, including all those on routes 12, 85, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 101, 106 and 118 are equipped with a rack. Use the Travel Planner’s “More options” features to plan your bike-friendly trips. Rack & Roll is back until fall: Read More »

Payment methods: cash and fare box, a PRESTO card and reader, and a sheet of purple bus tickets.

New fares in effect

On July 1, 2016, fares rose an average of 2.5% to keep pace with inflation and the cost of providing transit service. The price of the Community Pass remains the same. 2016 fares prices »

Logo du nouveau planificateur de trajet

Improved Travel Planner

OC Transpo’s Travel Planner now provides a full screen Google map to view your route, as well as multiple travel solutions to help you find the best trip. Plan my trip »

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