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Let’s get charged up!

The first four battery-electric buses are now in service.

Following months of testing and training, we're excited to welcome you aboard.

These 40-foot buses will operate at all times of the day and on several trips and routes to gain experience under a variety of conditions.

They will be recognizable by their red and green appearance that promotes their role in reducing City emissions.

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Rack & Roll winter pilot

Good news for all-season cyclists — the Rack & Roll program will continue through the winter this year!

Throughout the winter and into the spring, all double-decker buses will be equipped with a bike rack so riders can continue to Rack & Roll.

The Rack & Roll program this winter will show us how bike racks handle all-season transit operations.

For more information about the Rack & Roll program, check out the Bikes on our network page.

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New way to pay at Line 1 stations

You can now tap to pay with your credit card and smartphone mobile wallet at one of the fare gates of all O-Train Line 1 stations. Only single-ride Adult fares will be charged at the gate during the trial period, and no transfer will be issued.

Tap to pay with:

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Google Pay
  • Apple Pay

We invite everyone to give it a try!

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No-charge service for children 7 and under

Children ages 6 and 7 now also qualify for no-charge child fares. When transit fares return on Jan. 1, all children ages 0–7 will ride be able to continue to ride no charge. This change is being piloted for 2022. Council will then review extending the program.

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Improving transit accessibility with Canada Video Relay Service

We have improved service for people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired by providing another way to connect with OC Transpo.

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