Riding at night
After 7 pm, you can ask the driver to drop you off at a safe spot along the route closer to your destination.
After 9 pm, all routes at the following Transitway stations serve one stop - the night stop.
The night stop is well lit and centrally located, close to emergency call boxes and pay phones.
You may see them walking about stations and riding buses and trains. They enforce the law and protect customers and employees on all transit vehicles and property.
Have a taxi meet you at a designated pick-up location at most Transitway Stations. Simply give the name of the station and your expected arrival time.
Pick-up east of Lincoln Fields
Blue Line 613-238-1111
Pick-up east in Nepean or Kanata
If you don’t have access to a phone, your driver may be able to arrange for a taxi for you. Although we can’t guarantee service, we’ll try our best.
Travel Tips & Tricks
LET OC TRANSPO KNOW
Safety Quiz Q1
What happens when someone presses the Passenger Assistance Alarm (PAA) button?
When an alarm is activated, the operator:
- Stops the bus when it is safe to do so
- Lets customers know that the bus has stopped because an alarm has been activated
- Invites anyone with info to come forward
For your security
Some buses have an on-board camera system.