Fall service change
Starting Sunday, September 5, Moodie Station will relocate and stops will be adjusted at Bayshore Station. School service resumes with new routes to service Holy Trinity High School and École secondaire publique Pierre-de-Blois.
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Changes to school service have been made in consultation with school boards and based on current travel needs.
New trips on Routes 88, 283, 667, 668 and 688 will start on Monday, September 20.
School trips may change through the fall as ridership demand evolves.
Check the Travel Planner for more details.
The first four electric buses will begin picking up customers this year.
By 2036, OC Transpo plans to have a zero-emission bus fleet.
No pollution, reduced operating costs, and quieter buses.
OC Transpo is streamlining all calls to one easy-to-remember phone number.
There is a new way to call OC Transpo. Call 613-560-5000!
Every Saturday, Sunday, and holiday Monday this summer, 7:45 am to 4:00 pm, parkways in the heart of Ottawa and nearby Gatineau Park are closed to motor vehicles and open for cyclists and pedestrians.
NCC Weekend Bikedays, presented by NOKIA are running now until Monday, October 11.
We will be detouring routes 57, 61, 62, 63, 74, 75, 83, and 87 (westbound only) around the Parkway as a result of this closure.
The Happy Goat cafés in Rideau and Blair Stations are now open! In the coming weeks, Happy Goat Coffee locations are set to open in two more Line 1 stations: Hurdman and Tunney's Pasture.
Happy Goat cafés will offer responsibly sourced coffee, teas, and other refreshments, plus a selection of baked goods, sandwiches, and wraps.
Starting May 12, all Para Transpo customers can book next-day trips between 7 am and 5 pm on the day prior to their trip. Any customer can call at any time between 7 am and 5 pm.
Para Transpo customers can also use the online trip reservation form as a quick self-serve option for next-day or Statutory Holiday bookings.
Starting in late April, permanent operator barriers are being installed on OC Transpo's bus fleet. Over 750 articulated, double-decker, and 40-foot buses will be equipped with an operator barrier by the end of August 2021.
Operator barriers, also known as shields, improve the workplace safety of our bus operators and enhance the overall safety of our customers.
If you have a scheduled appointment to get your COVID-19 vaccine, OC Transpo can get you there! Use the Travel Planner to plan your trip to any of the community clinics located across the city.
Please check Ottawa Public Health for information and updates on the COVID‑19 vaccine and distribution plan.
On January 1, OC Transpo is launching its Bikesecure parking program. This program will provide customers with a reserved parking spot that will protect their bicycles against theft, vandalism and bad weather.
Bikesecure will offer secure bicycle parking at the following stations:
Customers can register by phone at 613-842-3777.