Tunney’s Pasture Station is the westernmost point of the O-Train Confederation Line. The station will be a major transfer point for communities in the city’s south and west ends. It will bring train service to Tunney’s Pasture government office campus.
Stops and Service
Fares made easy
- Ticket machines with video chat help
- Fare gates at the station entrance
- Fare-paid zone for more convenient connections
Navigation and wayfinding
- Clear signage and wayfinding
- Illuminated “O” pylon and lantern box
- Digital departure screens giving estimated train and bus trip times
- Service maps
- Free OC information phones for trip planning help and answers to all your questions
- Map of nearby destinations (within walking distance)
- Bicycle parking shelter
- Stairway bike ramps (runnels) to let you easily walk your bike up and down stairs
- Connection to multi-use pathways
- Dual elevators
- Audible and visual announcements
- Tactile wayfinding tiles & platform edge indicator strips
- Braille/tactile signage
- Accessible washrooms
Safety and security
- Transecure waiting area
- Emergency phones
- Platform edge indicator strips
- Video camera monitoring
Comfort and convenience
- Public washrooms
- Retail space (not yet occupied)
- Heated designated waiting areas
- Public art
Places of interest within walking distance
- Tunney's Pasture government office complex
- Holland Cross
- Westboro, Wellington West and Hintonburg communities
- Parkdale Market
- Cycling and walking pathways along the Ottawa River
Check your platform number before heading downstairs
Train departures alternate between platforms 1 & 2. As you enter the concourse, a departure screen provides the time and platform of the next train. An audio message repeats this information about every minute.
Finding your platform
Platform 1 is on the north side of the rails. To get there:
- Use a staircase on the north side of the concourse, towards the bus platform. A large black-and white sign above the stairs marks the platform number. A floor decal at the top of the stairs confirms this information.
- Use the north elevator. Tactile wayfinding strips lead you there. The elevator directory confirms the platform number.
Platform 2 is located on the south side of the rails, towards Scott Street. To get there:
- Use a staircase on the south side of the concourse. A large black-and white sign above the stairs marks the platform number. A floor decal at the top of the stairs confirms this information.
- Use the south elevator. Tactile wayfinding strips leads you there. The elevator directory confirms the platform number.
Line 1 trains depart every 5 minutes or less at rush hour. All trains are headed to Blair. If you have ended up on the wrong platform, you may choose to remain where you are. Another train will arrive shortly.