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Public Transit In Canada's Capital

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Ready for Rail

The O-Train Confederation Line will bring modern light rail transit service to Ottawa. When the Confederation Line opens for service, high frequency train service will replace bus routes that today operate on the Transitway between Blair and Tunney’s Pasture stations and through downtown Ottawa. Read More »

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Recent stop changes downtown

Rideau Stop 3A has moved to its permanent location. Rideau 3A is now located near the pedestrian crossing between the Rideau Centre and The Bay. Route 12 Blair now starts on Metcalfe at Sparks instead of on Queen at Metcalfe. Read More »

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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. Read More »

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Elgin Street renewal and detours

Starting Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, Elgin will be closed to traffic from Lisgar to Catherine. Elgin should reopen later in 2019. During this time, Routes 5 and 14 will be detoured. Routes 101 and 103 will not be affected. Read More »

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