Category Archives: O-Train

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Trillium Line Planned Overnight Maintenance Work on June 30, 2016 – Brookfield Pathway

Commencing early Thursday morning, June 30, 2016 at approximately 12:30am and ending around 4:30am, OC Transpo’s rail track maintainers will be undertaking some rail replacement work. Some medium sized equipment and tools will be used to conduct this work and there may be medium level noise impacts for area residents adjacent to the old Brookfield […]

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Transitway Closure between Tunney’s Pasture Station and Merton St

On June 24, 2016, the Transitway will close between Tunney’s Pasture Station and Merton Street. Service will be adjusted to continue travelling on the bus-only lanes on Scott Street between Merton Street and Holland Avenue. Information on these service adjustments is being provided to OC Transpo customers through many chancels including octranspo.com, Twitter, customer outreach […]

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June 2016 Transit Service Adjustments

This post is to provide you with additional details regarding the transit service adjustments occurring in June around Tunney’s Pasture Station, including the final Transitway segment closure to allow for O-Train Confederation Line construction. Friday, June 24 On Friday, June 24 at 7 p.m., the final segment of the Transitway between Tunney’s Pasture Station and […]

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OC Transpo Route Adjustments

This post is a reminder of the service adjustments that start on April 24 related to the Transitway closure between Laurier Avenue and Lees Station for O-Train Confederation Line construction. On April 24, a section of the Transitway will close from Laurier Avenue to Lees Station, requiring that most bus service be relocated to bus-only […]

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Reminder: New traffic pattern as OC Transpo adjusts Transitway routes between Merton Street and Empress Avenue for O-Train Confederation Line construction

Ottawa – Starting Sunday, January 17, the next phase of OC Transpo route adjustments to accommodate O-Train Confederation Line construction will take effect. These adjustments require the closure of the Transitway roadway just west of downtown, between Merton Street and Empress Avenue. Buses will now run on the newly constructed bus-only lanes along Scott and […]

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Tremblay Station construction on O-Train Confederation Line on track

Ottawa –The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, John Fraser, Member of Provincial Parliament, Ottawa South, and Mayor Jim Watson visited the construction site for the future Tremblay Station, which showcases how progress on the O-Train Confederation Line LRT project remains on track, on time and on budget. “Once completed, the O-Train Confederation […]

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