Laurier station (OC Transpo)

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Laurier
Transitway station
Laurierstn.jpg
Laurier Station, looking north on the Transitway
Coordinates 45°25′27″N 75°41′12.6″W / 45.42417°N 75.686833°W / 45.42417; -75.686833Coordinates: 45°25′27″N 75°41′12.6″W / 45.42417°N 75.686833°W / 45.42417; -75.686833
Owned by OC Transpo
Services
Preceding station   OC Transpo   Following station
toward Baseline
Route 91
toward Trim
toward Stittsville
Route 92
toward St. Laurent
toward Riverview
Route 94
toward Millennium
Route 95
toward Trim
toward Stittsville
Route 96
toward St. Laurent
Route 97
toward Airport
Route 98
toward Hawthorne
toward Lebreton
Route 99
toward Lebreton
Route 106
toward St. Laurent

Laurier Transitway Station is at a three-street intersection where the Mackenzie King Bridge and Waller Street meet the OC Transpo Transitway, very close to Nicholas Street. Stewart Street begins at Waller Street a few metres away. The other end of the stop is located at the intersection of Laurier Avenue and the Transitway.

The station is located at the northern end of the University of Ottawa campus and is attached to the Desmarais Building.[1] Laurier Station is within walking distance of Mackenzie King Station and the Rideau Centre. The station serves most of the northern portion of the University of Ottawa campus. The rest of the campus is served by Campus station.

Service[edit]

The following routes service Laurier Station:
Rapid Routes: 61 62 91 94 95 97 98 99
Frequent Routes: 8 86 87
Overnight Routes: 106
Peak-Only Routes: 22 30 33 34 38
Connexion Routes: 221 222 224 228 231 232 233 234 235 237 293
Special Event Routes: 403


Notes[edit]

  • West end Connexion and peak routes are available at nearby Mackenzie King Station.
  • Routes 16, 19, and 85 bypass Laurier Station, but are available nearby on Laurier Avenue East, just east of the station.
  • Routes 95 eastbound and 98 southbound don't serve Laurier Station itself, but is available nearby on Laurier Avenue East, just east of the station.
  • Route 97 southbound after 10 PM doesn't serve Laurier Station itself, but is available nearby on Laurier Avenue East, just east of the station.
  • Route 99 serves this station during peak periods only Monday-Friday.
  • Route 106 serves Laurier Station during overnights only.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]

External links[edit]