Tuesday June 28, 2016

Today’s Service

Check below for trip adjustments or detours.

Rideau Street Closure

Due to an infrastructure failure which led to a road collapse, Rideau Street remains closed to all traffic from Sussex to Dalhousie. All buses normally serving stops on Rideau Street will use stops on Mackenzie King Bridge (south east entrance on the 3rd floor).

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June 29 North American Leaders’ Summit: delays and detours expected

All customers should prepare for detours and longer travel times on Wednesday, June 29, between 8 am and 8 pm, as Ottawa hosts the North American Leaders’ Summit. The most significant impacts are expected downtown, near the National Gallery and Parliament Hill. Roads near the Ottawa International Airport will also close temporarily while dignitaries makes their way through. Please check our service alerts often as other street closures and delays are likely to take place. Service alerts »

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Changes to Routes 34 & 134 starting July 18

Due to the closure of Pagé Rd. at Brian Coburn, we are rerouting Routes 34 and 134 away from Pagé Rd. and Creek Crossing. We are also extending Route 34 to offer better service to the Trailsedge and Eastboro communities. These changes will bring closer access to transit for some customers, but others may have a slightly longer walk. Map of new routing and affected stops »

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Free service all day Canada Day

Get to Canada Day festivities the easy and free way with transit! As part of our holiday service, we’re adding extra trips on many routes throughout the day and into the night. The following routes will not run on July 1: all express routes and routes 101, 120, 123, 137, 150, 151, 161, 162, 165, 173, 174, 178 and 205. Para Transpo fares are also free; book your Canada Day trips on or after June 24. Free service all day Canada Day: Read More »

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June 7 Technical Briefing

OC Transpo held a technical briefing regarding three reports: Bus Service Identification, OC Transpo 2018 Route Network, and OC Transpo Fare System. This technical briefing is one of many that will be held as we lead up to the opening of the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018. Watch the briefing and read the reports »

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Improved Travel Planner

OC Transpo’s Travel Planner now provides a full screen Google map to view your route, as well as multiple travel solutions to help you find the best trip. Plan my trip »

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Rack & Roll is back until fall

We have finished installing bike racks on our buses so you can take your bike along for the ride. More than 450 buses, including all those on routes 12, 85, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 101, 106 and 118 are equipped with a rack. Use the Travel Planner’s “More options” features to plan your bike-friendly trips. Rack & Roll is back until fall: Read More »

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