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Public Transit In Canada's Capital

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Summer service in effect

Summer schedules and service changes are now in place. We introduced new route numbers for many routes to help us get #Ready4Rail. Also since June 25: service improvements in Barrhaven and return of weekend service to summer destinations (Aviation and Space Museum on Route 129, Experimental Farm on Route 185 and Petrie Island on Route 198). Read More »

Exterior announcements of bus arrivals coming to stops and stations

We will begin rolling out exterior bus announcements at stops and stations from April 23 to June 25. Once the announcements are in place, all buses will audibly announce their route and destination in English and French as they pull into a stop, helping waiting customers identify their bus and confirm its destination. Read More »

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Get Ready for Rail

The O-Train Confederation Line will bring modern light rail to Ottawa in 2018 and transform transit service in the capital. Quick, reliable and frequent Confederation Line service will replace bus routes through central Ottawa — from Blair in the east to Tunney’s Pasture in the west. The 17 electrified trains each made up of two Alstom Citadis Spirit cars and the 13 stations are designed to provide safety, comfort and accessibility for all. Learn more about the Confederation Line on our new Ready for Rail web section »

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Fare gates coming to the Trillium Line

Recently built sheltered entrances at Greenboro, Confederation, Carleton and Carling Stations will soon be home to modern fare equipment, including fully automated, accessible fare gates. In the coming months, we will be installing and testing the fare gates. Read More »

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