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Help reduce the spread of COVID‑19:
Use transit for essential trips only during the provincial stay-at-home order

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Help reduce the spread of COVID‑19:
Use transit for essential trips only during the provincial stay-at-home order

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to change rapidly. Ottawa Public Health (OPH) acknowledges that there are essential services – including public transit – that must continue to allow the city to function. OC Transpo is working closely with Ottawa Public Health to make transit as safe as possible. Every step along the way, our priority is the health and safety of our employees and customers.

Working together with OPH and the City of Ottawa’s Office of Emergency Management, we proactively track and quickly respond to incidents of COVID-19 among OC Transpo staff.

Check this page regularly for updates or follow us on Twitter @OC_Transpo.


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March 30 service change

March 27

Starting on Monday, March 30, many bus routes are operating on a Saturday schedule.

These changes reflect lower ridership and maintain service to all neighbourhoods and essential services.

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Changes to service levels

March 24

Starting this week, OC Transpo will be adjusting service levels on routes across the system:

  • March 25 - Line 2
  • March 27 - Line 1
  • March 30 - Conventional buses

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