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Service alerts currently in effect:
Service is temporarily ending early on O-Train Line 1 until Monday, July 13. RTG has requested these earlier closures to continue track repairs and other maintenance work.
R1 buses will be available after the evening's final Line 1 trip.
Line 1 service will resume at the normal time the morning following each early shut down.
FACING FORWARD: Buy a mask and help protect our most vulnerable people.
The United Way of Eastern Ontario will be selling cloth masks at various stations July 13-17.
When you purchase a mask at one of our stations, United Way will use the proceeds to purchase personal protection for those who can't easily access or afford masks in our community.
Accepting credit and debit payments only
Starting Sunday, July 5, O-Train Line 1 will operate a modified schedule with trains running every 8 minutes all day and every day. Alstom and RTG/RTM will be performing additional safety inspections on each train after every time they are in service. Once these additional inspections are no longer required and they can revert back to the regular maintenance and safety regime, Line 1 will resume a normal weekday, Saturday and Sunday schedule.
Our Customer Service Centre in the Rideau Centre is now open with reduced hours.
New temporary hours:
Monday to Saturday, 11 am to 7 pm
Sundays, 11 am to 6 pm
Please keep your distance from other customers while waiting or avoid the line by using:
Applications for discounted fares can be submitted by mail or fax.
Every Saturday and Sunday this summer, 8 am to 4 pm, parkways in the heart of Ottawa and nearby Gatineau Park are closed to motor vehicles and open for cyclists.
Weekend BikeDays are running now until Sunday, September 6.
We will be detouring routes 57, 61, 62, 63, 74, 75, 83, 87 (Westbound Only) around the Sir John A MacDonald parkway as a result of this closure.
During the first week that masks were required on OC Transpo over 90% of our customers wore masks.
Thank you for continuing to make transit safer for everyone.
Starting June 15, everyone is required to wear a cloth mask before entering a station or boarding an OC Transpo vehicle. Some exceptions apply.
We’re answering your most frequently asked questions about taking transit with a mask.
The forms provide a new alternative to reserving and cancelling trips by phone. You can continue reserving and cancelling trips by phone if you prefer.
Did you know? We have seats for persons with mobility issues, require assistive devices (wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, canes), or have small children or open strollers.
Any passenger needing assistance can always ask the driver.
Look for the logo marking the Cooperative Seating area!