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Heading to Downtown or Gatineau?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood, as well as some options to help you get around. 

From Downtown/Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Main St. Lane Reductions (until Feb. 2015), Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Booth Street Closure (until Dec. 2016)  

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Albert and Slater Streets. Frequent buses on Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston Streets and Bronson Ave.
  • The City is expanding O-Train service and will offer 8 min. intervals between trains soon!
  • Capacity to carry 1,300 more customers between Ottawa and Gatineau in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Route 95: 13 min. from Lebreton station to Mackenzie King Station at the Rideau Centre.
  • Route 95: 12 min. from Hurdman station to Albert/Metcalfe.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015),  Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway on Route 94 from Millennium station and Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station.
  • Route 95: 31 min. from Trim Park & Ride via Place d’Orléans Station, Orléans Park & Ride, and Jeanne d’Arc station to Mackenzie King Station.
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Express Routes 20, 21, 22, 24, 30, 31, 34, 35, 37, 38 run during morning peak periods from Orléans to downtown. These Routes typically get there faster than the 94, 95, 96, which have more stops.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreational Centre - permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required). Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts:  Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016)

  • Taking the bus downtown from Barrhaven and Riverside South at peak hours normally takes no longer than driving. Service every 4-10 minutes on Transitway Routes 94, 95 & 99.
  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 95: 34 min. from Fallowfield Park & Ride, 41 min. from Strandherd Park & Ride to downtown. Route 94: 44 minutes from Nepean Woods Park & Ride and 51 min. from Riverview Park & Ride to downtown.
  • Express Routes 70, 71, 72, 73, 77 run during morning peak periods from Barrhaven to downtown. These Routes are ideal and typically get there faster than the 94, 95, 99, which have more stops.
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Kanata/Stittsville

  • If you don’t love driving in the winter, take OC Transpo! Capacity to carry 1,600 more customers on all west-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 96: 38 min. from Main/Abbott or 47 min. from Terry Fox Park & Ride or 60 min. from Canadian Tire Centre Park & Ride to Albert/Metcalfe.
  • Express Routes 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68 provide direct, quick trips during morning peak periods from Kanata to downtown and back during afternoon peak periods with stops on request at Tunney’s Pasture.
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

*Schedules are subject to change.

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Heading to Centrepointe?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood, as well as some options to help you get around. 

From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016)

  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 95: 20 min. from Barrhaven Centre to Baseline station. 
  • Route 96, transfer to Route 95: 20 min. from Bayshore station to Lincoln Fields station, then transfer to Route 95 to Baseline station.   
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Main St. Lane Reductions (Nov. 2014 - Feb. 2015), Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Booth Street Closure (until Dec. 2016)

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Albert Street (westbound) and Slater Street (eastbound). Access frequent buses on the Transitway, Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston St. and Bronson Ave. from other areas of downtown to reach transit points.
  • Route 95: 25 min. from Mackenzie King station to Baseline station. 
  • Capacity to carry 1,300 more customers between Ottawa and Gatineau in morning and afternoon peak periods. 

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Kanata/Stittsville

  • If you don’t love driving in the winter, take OC Transpo! Capacity to carry 1,600 more customers on all west-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Frequent buses on Transitway Route 96. Route 96, transfer to Route 95: 25 min. from Eagleson Park & Ride, to Lincoln Fields Station and transfer to Route 95 to Baseline station.  
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station to Baseline station.   
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreational Centre, permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required) Park and Rides. Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 *Schedules are subject to change.

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Heading to Kanata North?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood as well as some options to help you get around. 

From Kanata/Stittsville

  • The Kanata Business Park is a common destination for many commuters and presents an opportunity to carpool. Find a carpool partner at OttawaRideMatch.com.
  • Routes 96: 30 min. from Stittsville Main St. To Teron Station.
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides. 

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016) 

  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 93: 30 min. from Bayshore station to Kanata North Innovation.
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 93: 25 min. from Baseline station to Lincoln Fields station, transfer to Route 93 to Teron station.
  • Consider carpooling. There is a Ministry of Transportation carpool lot at Bankfield/ Brophy Rd. next to Highway 416 near Manotick.
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Main St. Lane Reductions (until Feb. 2015), Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Booth Street Closure (until Dec. 2016)

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Albert Street (westbound) and Slater Street (eastbound). Access frequent buses on the Transitway, Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston St. and Bronson Ave. from other areas of downtown to reach transit points. 
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 93: 35 min. from Albert St. at Bay St. to Lincoln Fields station, transfer to route 93 to Teron station.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find someone from your neighbourhood or workplace.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station to Lincoln Fields, then transfer to Route 93 to Teron Station.   
  • Frequent rapid transit on Transitway Route 94 from Millennium station to Hurdman, transfer to Route 93 to Teron Station.
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreational Centre, permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required) Park and Rides. Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

*Schedules are subject to change.

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Heading to Tunney’s Pasture?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood, as well as some options to help you get around. 

From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016) 

  • Taking the bus to Tunney’s Pasture from Barrhaven and Riverside South at peak hours normally takes no longer than driving. Service every 4-10 minutes on Transitway Routes 94, 95 & 99.
  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 95: 26 min. from Fallowfield Park & Ride, 30 min. from Strandherd Park & Ride to Tunney’s Pasture station. Route 94 Millennium: 37 min. from Riverview Park & Ride to Tunney’s Pasture station. Route 97: 31 minutes from Greenboro Station to Tunney’s Pasture station.
  • Express Routes 70, 71, 72, 73, 77 run from Barrhaven during rush hour to downtown. For Tunney’s Pasture these Routes are ideal and typically get there faster than the 94, 95, 99, which have more stops.
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11 am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Kanata/Stittsville

  • If you don’t love driving in the winter, take OC Transpo! Capacity to carry 1,600 more customers on all west-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 96: 49 min. from Main/Abbott (Stittsville) or 32 min. from Terry Fox Park & Ride to Tunney’s Pasture station.
  • Express Routes 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68 provide direct, quick trips during morning peak periods from Kanata to downtown and back in the afternoon peak period with stops on request at Tunney’s Pasture.
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Main St. Lane Reductions (until Feb. 2016), Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Booth Street Closure (until Dec. 2016)

  • Three buses every minute run westbound on the Transitway on Albert Street.
  • Routes 94, 95, 96, 97, 98: 12 min. from Mackenzie King station to Tunney’s Pasture station.
  • Capacity to carry 1,300 more customers between Ottawa and Gatineau in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Transfer from the O-Train at Bayview to a westbound Transitway route for a 4 min. bus ride to Tunney’s Pasture.  The City is expanding O-Train service and will offer 8 min. intervals between trains soon!

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016),Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway on Route 94 from Millennium station and Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station.
  • Route 95: 44 min. from Trim Park & Ride, then via Place d’Orléans Station, Orléans Park and Ride, and Jeanne d’Arc Station to Tunney’s Pasture station.
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Express Routes 20, 21, 22, 24, 30, 31, 34, 35, 37, 38 run during rush hour from Orléans to downtown (Lebreton Station) with some buses continuing to Tunney’s Pasture. These Routes typically get there faster than the 94, 95, 96, which have more stops.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (At Bob McQuarrie Recreational Centre, permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required). Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes.  

*Schedules subject to change.

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Heading to Booth St. Federal Complex & Ottawa Hospital - Civic Campus?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood as well as some options to help you get around. 

From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Main St. Lane Reductions (until Feb. 2015),  Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Booth Street Closure (until Dec. 2016)

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Albert St. (westbound) and Slater Street (eastbound). Access frequent buses on the Transitway, Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston Streets and Bronson Ave. to reach transfer points.
  • Route 85: 23 min. from Mackenzie King station at the Rideau Centre to Preston Street and Carling Avenue or the Ottawa Hospital - Civic Campus. Route 6: 30 min. from Mackenzie King station to Ottawa Hospital -Civic Campus. 
  • Route 101: 15 min. from Hurdman to Carling Avenue and Booth Street.
  • O-Train: 3 min. from Bayview station to Carling station. The City is expanding O-Train service and will offer 8 min. intervals between trains soon!
  • Capacity to carry 1,300 more customers between Ottawa and Gatineau in morning and afternoon peak periods.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016)

  • Taking the bus downtown from Barrhaven and Riverside South at peak hours normally takes no longer than driving. Service every 4-10 minutes on Transitway Routes 94, 95 & 99.
  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 94, transfer to O-Train: 47 min. from Nepean Woods Park & Ride, transfer at Bayview Station and take O-Train to Carling Station.
  • Express Routes 70, 71, 72, 73, 77 run during rush hour from Barrhaven to downtown. These Routes are ideal and typically get there faster than the 94, 95, 99, which have more stops.
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015) 

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway on Route 94 from Millennium station and Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station.
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 101: 44 min. on Route 95 from Trim Park & Ride, then transfer to Route 101 at St-Laurent 2A station to Booth St. Federal Complex. Transitway Routes 94 from Millennium station and 95, 96 from Blair station to Hurdman station, then transfer to Route 101. Route 101: 15 minutes from Hurdman to Carling Ave. and Booth St.
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Express Routes 20, 21, 22, 24, 30, 31, 34, 35, 37, 38 run during rush hour from Orléans to downtown. These Routes typically get there faster than the 94, 95, 96, which have more stops.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreational Centre - permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required). Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Kanata/Stittsville

  • If you don’t love driving in the winter, take OC Transpo! Capacity to carry 1,600 more customers on all west-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Frequent buses on Transitway Route 96. Routes 96, transfer to Route 85: 58 min. from Terry Fox Park & Ride, then transfer to Route 85 at stop Bayshore 2A to Carling and Booth.
  • Express Routes 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68 provide direct, quick trips during peak periods from Kanata to downtown and back with on request stops at Bayshore station to transfer to Route 101.
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

*Schedules subject to change.

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OC Transpo Travel Planner

Heading to Confederation Heights?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood as well as some options to help you get around.

From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Main Street Lane Reductions (until Feb. 2015),  Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston St. Extension and Booth St. Closure (until Dec. 2016)

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Albert Street (westbound) and Slater Street (eastbound). Access frequent buses on the Transitway, Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston St. and Bronson Ave. from other areas of downtown to reach transit points.
  • O-Train: 9 min. from Bayview station to Confederation Heights station. The City is expanding O-Train service and will offer 8 min. intervals between trains soon!
  • Route 87: 20 min. from Mackenzie King station to stop at Canada Post Headquarters at Heron Rd. and Riverside Dr.
  • Route 97: 15 min. from Mackenzie King station or 8 min. from Hurdman station to Heron station.
  • Route 118: 10 min. from Hurdman station to Confederation Heights station.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016)

  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • O-Train: 12 min. from Greenboro station to Confederation station. The City is expanding O-Train service and will offer 8 min. intervals between trains soon!
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 118: 36 min. from Fallowfield Park & Ride to Baseline station, transfer to Route 118 to Heron/Riverside. 
  • Route 99, transfer to Route 111: 70 min. from Riverview Park & Ride to Billings Bridge station and transfer to Route 111 to Heron/Riverside. Note that in the morning peak period, some Route 99 buses travel directly from Riverview Park and Ride to Heron Station.  Check schedules for more information.
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway on Route 94 from Millennium station and Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station to Hurdman station.  
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 87:  34 min. from Trim Park & Ride, then at Hurdman Station transfer to Route 87 to Heron Station.
  • Express Route 22, transfer to Route 87: 37 min. from Trim Park & Ride to Hurdman station, transfer to Route 87 to Confederation Heights station. 
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreation Center permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required) Park and Rides. Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Kanata/Stittsville

  • Route 96, O-Train: 58 min. from Terry Fox Park & Ride, transfer at Bayview Station, take O-Train to Confederation Station.
  • If you don’t love driving in the winter, take OC Transpo! Capacity to carry 1,600 more customers on all west-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 118: 60 min. from Terry Fox Park & Ride to Heron/Riverside.
  • Express Routes 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68 provide direct, quick trips during morning peak periods from Kanata to Bayview Station, then transfer to O-Train.
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

*Schedules are subject to change.

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Heading to Blair/Montréal?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood as well as some options to help you get around. 

From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until juin 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway on Route 94 from Millennium station to Blair station and Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station to Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Blair Road/Montréal Road.
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 12: 17 min. from Trim Park & Ride, then via Place d’Orléans Station, Orléans Park and Ride, and Jeanne d’Arc Station to Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Blair Road/Montréal Road.
  • Route 94: 39 min. from Millennium Park & Ride to Blair station,  then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Blair Road/Montréal Road.
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreation Centre, permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required). Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Lane Reductions on Main Street (until Feb. 2015), Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Booth Street Closure (until Dec. 2016)

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Slater Street (eastbound). Access frequent buses on the Transitway, Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston St. and Bronson Ave. from other areas of downtown to reach transit points.
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 12:  16 min. from Mackenzie King station to Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Montreal/Blair,  
  • Route 96, transfer to Route 12: 21 min. from Mackenzie King station to Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Montreal/Blair.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016)

  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 97, transfer to Route 95, transfer to Route 12: 22 min. from Greenboro station, then transfer at Hurdman station to Route 95 at Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Montréal/Blair.
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 12: 51 min. from Fallowfield Park & Ride to Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Montréal/Blair.
  • Route 94, transfer to Route 12: 70 min. from Nepean Woods Park & Ride to Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Montréal/Blair.
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Kanata/Stittsville

  • If you don’t love driving in the winter, take OC Transpo! Capacity to carry 1,600 more customers on all west-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 96, transfer to Route 12: 64 min. from Terry Fox Park & Ride to Blair station, then transfer to Route 12, 12 min. to Montréal/Blair.
  • Express Routes 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68 provide direct, quick trips during morning peak periods from Kanata to Hurdman Station and transfer to Route 95 to Blair Station.  Some Express Routes will continue directly to Blair Station – check schedules for more information.
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

*Schedules subject to change.

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Heading to Cyrville Industrial Area?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood as well as some options to help you get around.

From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway on Route 94 from Millennium station to Blair station and Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station. 
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 114: 31 min. from Trim Rd. Park & Ride to St-Laurent station, transfer at St-Laurent stop 1B to the intersection of St. Laurent Blvd. and Innes Rd.
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreation Centre, permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required). Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes 

From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Lane Reductions on Main St. (until Feb. 2015), Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016), Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Closure of Booth Street (until Dec. 2016)

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Slater Street (eastbound). Access frequent buses on the Transitway, Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston St. and Bronson Ave. from other areas of downtown to reach transit points. 
  • Capacity to carry 1,900 more customers between Ottawa and Gatineau in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 114: 23 min from Mackenzie King station to St-Laurent station, transfer at stop 1B to Route 114 to intersection of St. Laurent Blvd. and Innes Rd.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016)

  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods. 
  • Route 97, transfer to Route 114: 30 min. from Greenboro station to Hurdman, transfer at stop 1B to St. Laurent Blvd./Innes Rd.
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Kanata/Stittsville

  • If you don’t love driving in the winter, take OC Transpo! Capacity to carry 1,600 more customers on all west-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods.
  • Route 96, transfer to Route 114: 60 min from Eagleson Park & Ride to St-Laurent station, at stop 1B take Route 114 to intersection of St. Laurent Blvd. and Innes Rd.
  • Express Routes 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68 provide direct, quick trips during morning peak periods from Kanata to transfer points at Hurdman Station. 
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

*Schedules are subject to change.

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Heading to CHEO & Ottawa Hospital - General Campus?

The City of Ottawa is undertaking major infrastructure renewal to prepare for Confederation Line construction. All this work makes getting around the city during rush hour a challenge. To help you plan your commute, here’s a breakdown of projects by neighbourhood as well as some options to help you get around.

From Downtown and Gatineau

Traffic Impacts: Lane Reductions Main St. (until Feb. 2015), Rideau St. Development Project (until 2016) Queen St. Lane Reductions (until 2015), Reduction to one lane eastbound on Daly Ave. (Jan. 2015 - Nov. 2017), Preston Extension and Booth St. Closure (until Dec. 2016) 

  • Three buses run every minute along the Transitway and on Slater Street (eastbound). Access frequent buses on the Transitway, Rideau, Elgin, Bank, Preston St. and Bronson Ave. from other areas of downtown to reach transit points. 
  • Route 95, transfer to Route 106: 30 min. from Mackenzie King station to Hurdman station, transfer to Route 106 at stop 1B to CHEO and the Ottawa Hospital - General Campus.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

From Nepean, Barrhaven and Riverside South

Traffic Impacts: Greenbank Widening (until Oct. 2016)

  • Routes 118: 30 min. from Baseline station to CHEO & Ottawa Hospital - General Campus.  Route 106: 55 min. from Bayshore station to to CHEO & Ottawa Hospital - General Campus.
  • There is lots of room and the bus is warm. Capacity to carry 2,400 more customers on all south-end express and Transitway Routes in peak periods. 
  • Often lots of room at Nepean Woods, Riverview, Fallowfield (gold permit option) and Leitrim Park and Rides. Space may be available at Greenboro, Baseline (permit required before 11am) and Strandherd Park & Rides.
  • Consider carpooling! There is a Ministry of Transportation carpool lot at Bankfield/ Brophy Rd. next to Highway 416 near Manotick.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Orléans

Traffic Impacts: Highway 417 Widening (until June 2015), Belfast/Tremblay LRT Construction (until May 2016), Trim Road Widening (until Nov. 2015)

  • Frequent rapid transit on the Transitway on Route 94 from Millennium station to Blair station and Route 95 from Place d’Orléans station to transfer points. 
  • Routes 95, 106: 35 min. from Place d’Orléans to Hurdman station, transfer at stop 1B to Route 106 to CHEO & Ottawa Hospital - General Campus. 
  • Plenty of room on the bus this winter! Capacity to carry 2,900 more customers on all east-end express and Transitway Route in morning and afternoon peak periods.
  • Space most days at Park & Rides at Blair (on Telesat - gold permit required), Jeanne d’Arc (at Bob McQuarrie Recreation Centre, permit required), Trim, Millennium and Ray Friel (permit required). Limited space available at Place d’Orléans Park & Ride.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes  

 From Kanata/Stittsville

  • Route 96, transfer to Route 106: 60 min. from Eagleson Park & Ride to Hurdman station, transfer at stop 1B to Route 106 to CHEO & Ottawa Hospital - General Campus.
  • Express Routes 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68 provide direct, quick trips during morning peak periods from Kanata to transfer points.
  • Generally plenty of space at Canadian Tire Centre and Carp Road Park & Rides. Space may be available at Terry Fox and Eagleson (gold permit option) Park & Rides.
  • Carpool with a co-worker! OttawaRideMatch.com lets you customize your search to find carpool partners.

For more information on specific routes, use the online Travel Planner at octranspo.com or call 613-741-4390 for more detailed routes   

*Schedules subject to change.

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