Carling station

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Carling O-Train Station.jpg
Coordinates 45°23′51″N 75°42′34″W / 45.39750°N 75.70944°W / 45.39750; -75.70944Coordinates: 45°23′51″N 75°42′34″W / 45.39750°N 75.70944°W / 45.39750; -75.70944
Owned by OC Transpo
Platforms 1
Tracks 1
Structure type Platform and track are below-grade with the station entrance at surface
Parking Yes - limited spots
Bicycle facilities no
Disabled access Yes
Opened 2001
Preceding station   OC Transpo   Following station
Trillium Line
toward Greenboro
toward Moodie
Route 101
toward St. Laurent
toward Moodie
Route 103

Carling is an O-Train station on the Trillium Line, one block west of the intersection of Carling Avenue and Preston Street in Ottawa, Ontario. It is near Dow's Lake the western terminal of the Rideau Canal skating rink (in winters only) and a key site during the Canadian Tulip Festival in May. The station is also near government offices at the area of Carling Avenue and Booth Street. South of Carling, the train enters a tunnel to pass under the Rideau Canal.

The station is named for nearby Carling Avenue and Sir John Carling.


  • Accessibility: Yes - 1 elevator
  • Washrooms: None
  • Nearby: Dows Lake, Sir John Carling Building (Agriculture Canada), Booth Street Complex (Natural Resources Canada)


The following routes serve Carling Station:
O-TRAIN Trillium Line
56 85 101 103 107 185



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