Greenboro station

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Greenboro O-Train Station.jpg
Coordinates 45°21′35″N 75°39′32.8″W / 45.35972°N 75.659111°W / 45.35972; -75.659111Coordinates: 45°21′35″N 75°39′32.8″W / 45.35972°N 75.659111°W / 45.35972; -75.659111
Owned by OC Transpo
Platforms At-grade - single
Tracks 1
Parking 678 spaces at South Keys Shopping Centre
Bicycle facilities Yes
Disabled access 1 (2 elevators)
Opened 1995
Rebuilt 2001
Preceding station   OC Transpo   Following station
toward Bayview
Trillium Line Terminus
Route 97
toward Airport
Route 98
toward Hawthorne
toward Lebreton
Route 99

Greenboro station is a stop on the transitway, and is the current southern terminus of the O-Train Trillium Line in Ottawa, Ontario.[1] It was expected to extend towards the south by 2009 (before its cancellation), and the proposed East-West Line would have intersected at this station. It is the most important station in the south end and serves as the non-peak period terminus of newly created rapid transit route 99.

It is located at Bank Street and Johnston Road at the north end of the South Keys shopping complex. The station also has a 678-space Park and Ride lot. The O-Train platform is level with the pedestrian overpass crossing the transitway. The bus terminus was opened with the southern transitway on September 2, 1995. The officially opening ceremony was held the following day.) O-Train service was inaugurated in 2001.



The following routes serve Greenboro Station:[1]
O-TRAIN Trillium Line
Rapid Routes: 87 97 98 99 107
Frequent Routes: 6 114
Local Routes: 92 93 116 189 197 199
Connexion Routes: 293 298
Shopper's Routes: 304
Event Routes: 402 452
School Routes: 640 644 649 698


  1. ^ a b "Greenboro" (PDF). Station Layout. OC Transpo. December 2015. Retrieved March 2016.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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