Category Archives: O-Train

NCC–City Working Group achieves breakthrough agreement for the alignment of the western light rail transit extension

A Working Group comprised of representatives from the National Capital Commission (NCC) and the City of Ottawa has reached an agreement in principle that would allow the City’s western light rail transit (LRT) extension to be fully buried under the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway. This integrated solution meets the NCC’s conditions and the City […]

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New Trains improve O-Train Trillium Line service

Ottawa residents can now take advantage of more comfortable, convenient and reliable transit service on OC Transpo’s O-Train Trillium Line. “Today is yet another milestone in Ottawa’s transit history,” said Mayor Jim Watson. “The completion of the O-Train Trillium Line Expansion project demonstrates our City’s continued commitment to providing safe, reliable and efficient transit service. […]

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O-Train Trillium Line Service Adjustments

I would like to share the following update from John Manconi, General Manager of Transit Services with you regarding upcoming service adjustments on the O-Train Trillium line. The O-Train Trillium Line Expansion Project continues to progress towards final completion and implementation of the new expanded service that will increase capacity, reduce waiting times, improve comfort […]

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Confederation Line Showcase

The City of Ottawa has created a showcase of OC Transpo’s new light rail vehicle that will be used on the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018 at the Aberdeen Pavilion. Residents are invited to experience this world-class vehicle first-hand while it is on display. This is an exciting milestone for the City, and I hope […]

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O-Train/Trillium Line – System Acceptance Testing

Please be advised that System Acceptance Testing (SAT) of the Expanded O-Train/Trillium Line will begin as early as Sunday, January 18, 2015. SAT is being implemented to identify any unforeseen issues that require debugging and adjusting and for Light Rail Operator (LRO) familiarization. This testing lasting approximately 4 weeks will take place overnights Sundays through […]

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