New spring service starting April 23

New spring schedules, service adjustments and new route numbers take effect Sunday, April 23. Many of the changes happening this spring will help us get ready for rail and prepare for the opening of the O-Train Confederation Line. Use the Travel Planner for updated schedules and spring itineraries.

New route numbers

We are making the following route number changes as part of our continuing roll-out of the new route numbering plan:

Spring route number change tableSpring route number change table  » Accessible PDF

Schedule and service changes

In addition to introducing new route number, we are making the following changes to meet the changing needs of our customers and to reflect the seasonal changes in ridership:

Route Changes effective April 23
O-Train Trillium Line
  • Frequency reductions to match lower seasonal ridership
1
  • Capacity increased by using larger buses on most mid-day trips
2
  • Becomes new Route 11
  • Larger buses used for some weekend trips to increase capacity
4
  • Seasonal frequency reductions to match lower ridership levels following the end of the winter term at Carleton University
6
  • Becomes new Route 56
12
  • Larger buses used for some Saturday trips to increase capacity
30
  • Larger bus used for one morning trip to increase capacity
63
  • Trips added to and from Kanata Business Park at peak times. At certain times in the afternoon, frequency will be increased from between every 20 and 30 minutes, to every 15 minutes.
  • Larger buses used for some trips to increase capacity
64
  • Trips added to and from Kanata Business Park at peak times. At certain times in the afternoon, frequency will be increased from between every 20 and 30 minutes, to every 15 minutes.
  • Larger buses used for some trips to increase capacity
85
  • Reduced frequency east of Mackenzie King to reflect lower seasonal ridership following the end of the winter term at uOttawa
  • Short trips between Mackenzie King and Lees Stations are removed
86
  • Afternoon trips on 86C will start/end at Mackenzie King for increased reliability
91
  • Capacity increased by using larger buses on many trips and by reallocating one 95 trip
  • Minor trip time adjustments to improve spacing between trips
92
  • Becomes new Route 62
  • Trip time adjustment in the early afternoon to improve spacing between trips
94
  • Capacity increased by using larger buses on many Saturday trips
95
  • Slight frequency reductions eastbound in the afternoons. Larger buses used to maintain capacity
  • Frequency maintained on weekends but capacity increased by using larger buses.
96
  • Becomes new Route 61
98
  • Schedule adjustments to better match up with Route 114 in Greenboro East
104
  • Frequency reductions to match lower ridership levels following the end of the winter term at Carleton University
105
  • Trip currently ending at des Allumettières at 9:02 am extended to Sacré-Coeur and Laurier
106
  • Schedules adjusted based on observed run times to improve reliability
111
  • Minor frequency reductions to match lower ridership levels following the end of the winter term at Carleton University
118
  • Becomes new Route 88
128
  • One new afternoon school trip from é.s. Louis Riel added
129
  • Frequency reductions to match lower ridership levels following the end of the winter term at La Cité
150
  • Becomes new Route 50
151
  • Becomes new Route 81
152
  • One new afternoon school trip from Bell added
154
  • Frequency reduced due to low ridership
155
  • Frequency reduced due to low ridership
  • Route 155A service on Queensview Drive cancelled due to low ridership
156
  • Becomes new Route 83
157
  • Becomes new Route 187
168
  • Schedules adjusted based on observed run times to improve reliability
172
  • Becomes new Route 82
176
  • Becomes new Route 80
  • Timing changes of afternoon northbound trip to better line up with RCMP employee shifts
178
  • Becomes new Route 84
180
  • Becomes new Route 158
182
  • Becomes new Route 66
256
  • First morning trip will leave 5 minutes earlier to provide an earlier arrival downtown
261
  • Larger bus used on 4 pm trip to increase capacity
262
  • First morning trip will leave 5 minutes earlier to provide an earlier arrival downtown
265
  • Five-minute schedule adjustment on one morning trip to provide an earlier arrival downtown
269
  • First morning trip will leave 8 minutes earlier for a more convenient connection to Gatineau
  • Larger bus used on one afternoon trip to increase capacity
271
  • Larger buses used on some trips to increase capacity
273
  • Larger buses used on some trips to increase capacity
277
  • Larger buses used on some trips to increase capacity
669
  • One morning trip to Bell H.S. cancelled
613
  • One afternoon trip from Immaculata H.S. cancelled
670
  • Morning trip time to St. Pius H.S. adjusted to better line up with class times

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