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Service alerts currently in effect:
On Monday, January 17, 600-series routes and special school service on regular bus routes will be restored. Trip times and routes will remain unchanged from the service offered prior to the holidays.
Easily plan your trip to school on the Destinations page, as well as find links to your school’s website and maps of our special school service.
Do you have a full day of activities planned for your family? Consider getting a Family DayPass.
It is currently available for purchase and use up to and including Friday, January 7, 2022.
Winter service starts Sunday, December 19, 2021.
Highway 417 westbound off-ramp at Pinecrest will be closed to all vehicles, including buses, for Stage 2 construction.
NEW special school routes added to serve Earl of March Secondary School, John McCrae Secondary School, Merivale High School, and St. Mother Teresa High School.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 37th Annual OC Transpo / Loblaw Christmas Food Drive.
Your generous food and monetary donations are putting food on the tables of our most vulnerable community members.
Everyone is required to wear a cloth mask before entering a station, shelter, or boarding an OC Transpo vehicle.
Ottawa Public Health recommends that residents wear cloth masks or alternatives that cover the nose and mouth while taking transit. Visit Ottawa Public Health’s website for tips about how to wear a mask properly, where to get a reusable cloth mask, and more.
We have improved service for people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired by providing another way to connect with OC Transpo.
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!
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.