Para Transpo

Transportation for people with disabilities

Para Transpo vehiclePara Transpo is a public transportation alternative for customers who are unable to take conventional transit (buses and O-Train) some or all of the time due to a disability.

It is funded by the City of Ottawa and administered by OC Transpo.

Para Transpo provides van and sedan services within the urban and rural areas of the City of Ottawa and to the Hull sector of Gatineau.

Wheelchairs up to 30 inches (762 mm) wide by 60 inches (1525 mm) long and scooters up to 30 inches (762 mm) wide by 50 inches (1270 mm) long will fit on Para Transpo buses. 

If you are a senior or an adult living with a disability in rural Ottawa, there are options available in addition to Para Transpo and the Taxi coupon program to help you travel to, from, or within your community: Rural transportation options

      ► PRESTO Monthly passes on Para

Application Form for Para Transpo Services:

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Administration and Information


TTY 613-244-4833
Fax: 613-244-4329

Hours of operation

Monday - Friday 8 am – 5 pm

Mailing address

Para Transpo
925 Belfast Rd.
Ottawa, ON  K1G 0Z4

Built For Accessibility

Confederation Line trains and stations have been designed to ensure full access for all customers.

Built For Accessibility: Find out more

Where Will It Go?

The O-Train Confederation Line will connect 13 stations from Tunney’s Pasture in the west to Blair in the east.

Where Will It Go?: Find out more

Let OC Know

If you feel harassed let OC Transpo know by calling Transecure or submitting an anonymous online report.

Let OC Know: Find out more

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