Stage 2 will change the way we move around Ottawa. Think about it: 44 kilometres of rail and 24 new stations. That means shorter commutes, cleaner air, and a stronger economy. When complete, Stage 2 will bring 77% of residents within five kilometres of rail.
Stage 2 is a package of three extensions – south, east, and west.
- The Trillium Line South extension will see rail service continue from Greenboro to Limebank in Riverside South, while adding a link to the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport.
- The Confederation Line East extension will see LRT continue from Blair to Place d’Orléans Station, and then all the way to Trim Road
- The Confederation Line West extension will see LRT continue from Tunney’s Pasture to Moodie and Baseline Stations.
We need to stay ahead of the gridlock being experienced in other cities. With Ottawa projected to grow to 1.14 million people by 2031, Stage 2 will help ensure the nation’s capital continues to be one of the best places in the world to live and work.
The following benefits are based on the 2019 Stage 2 LRT project business case update. When complete, Stage 2 will:
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