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Bus & O-Train network

The OC Transpo rail and bus network covers a total service area of 480 km2. All-day service is provided to all of Ottawa’s urban and suburban communities. Peak-period service extends to:

  • Richmond and Munster Hamlet in the west
  • Cumberland, Vars, Navan and Sarsfield in the east
  • Manotick in the south

Several OC Transpo bus routes travel to the Hull sector in downtown Gatineau, Quebec.

Rapid bus routes and the O-Train provide quick-station-to-station service:

  • Dedicated transit corridors
  • 47 transit stations, including the new Line 1 stations launched in September 2019.

26 Park & Ride lots:

  • 17 with full-time transit service
  • Free parking at all lots except Jeanne d’Arc, Blair (Telesat) and Ray Friel lots
  • Lots across the city
  • Peak-period bus service at 9 lots outside the urban/suburban area

Network map

OC Transpo network map. Use the Travel Planner for an accessible version of map information

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Complete Network Map information is available in an accessible format in the Travel Planner (opens in new tab).

Service types

O-Train - Rapid - Frequent - Local - Connexion

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