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OC Transpo is a public transit authority that operates about 160 bus routes (as of January 2017)[1] in the Ottawa-Gatineau region of Canada. It also operates the O-Train.

Overview[edit]

Route colours[edit]

Black: These routes generally operate seven days a week, from about 6:00 AM to midnight Monday through Saturday, and from about 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM on Sundays and most holidays. However, if a route, or a section of a route, does not operate during certain time periods, it will be gray on the bus stop flag. Some routes provide morning service as early as 4:00 AM on weekdays, and 5:00 AM on Saturdays. Ottawa's three major Transitway routes (routes 95, 96, and 97) also provide early morning service on Sundays. Route 95 operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, while route 97 operates 24 hours a day Mondays-Saturdays. The fare on regular black routes is currently $3.40 cash, $3.35 with a Presto card, or two bus tickets.[2]

Grey: Grey is used to signify limited service, which means that these routes usually run from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM or 9:00 PM on weekdays. Some routes, such as route 161, operate with limited service between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM, with some operating with limited service after 6 PM. There is usually no weekend service on these route if they run during the week. A few only run on weekends and/or weekday evenings. The fare on grey routes is currently $3.40 cash, $3.35 with a Presto card, or two bus tickets.[2]

Red: These routes generally operate Monday through Friday from around 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM, and from around 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. They usually operate in one direction in the morning, and the opposite direction in the afternoon. The fare on the red routes is currently $3.40 cash, $3.35 with a Presto card, or two bus tickets.[2]

Purple: These routes generally operate Monday through Friday from around 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM and from around 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. All purple routes travel towards downtown Ottawa in the morning, and towards the suburbs in the afternoon. Most purple routes travel to suburban areas, but some of them also travel to rural areas. The fare on purple routes is currently $3.40 cash, $3.35 with a Presto card, or two bus tickets.[2]

Green: These routes generally operated Monday through Friday from around 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM and from around 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. All green routes traveled towards downtown Ottawa in the morning, and towards the suburbs in the afternoon. Most green routes traveled to suburban areas, but some of them also traveled to rural areas. Rural express routes were noted on bus stop flags with an "R" after the bus route number. Effective December 25th 2016, express routes were replaced with connexion routes.

Blue: Blue is used to signify early morning service, and were indicated on bus stop flags by a sun rather than a route number. Before December 19, 2010, there were blue early morning only routes. These routes formerly operated five days a week, from about 4:00 AM to 6:00 AM, in one direction only. Routes 824, 825, and 830 also provided Saturday service from about 5:00 AM to 7:00 AM.

Route numbers[edit]

OC Transpo classes its routes according to the following numerical groups:[1]

1-19: These are mainline or local routes that operate to/from or through downtown along major roads or in urban communities. These routes generally serve Rideau Street as opposed to Mackenzie King Station (except route 5, route 8, and route 16).

20-49: These are routes connecting downtown Ottawa to suburban areas. Routes 23, 34 and 38 provide peak period service to and from Gloucester and Orléans. Route 41 provides peak period service to and from southern Ottawa. Route 30 operates seven days a week. Route 33 operates Monday-Friday.

50-59: These are future routes starting and ending at Tunney's Pasture.

60-69: These are routes serving Kanata and future routes serving Stittsville. Route 63 serves Kanata seven days a week and route 64 serves Kanata Monday-Friday. Route 61 will be renumbered from route 96 and route 62 will be renumbered from route 92 on Sunday, April 23, 2017. Route 66 will be renumbered from route 182 on Monday, April 24, 2017.

70-79: These are future routes serving Barrhaven.

80-89: Similar to routes 1-19, these are mainline routes that operate through downtown along major roads, spending more time on the Transitway. Routes 85, 86, and 87 are the three remaining routes providing such service. Peak routes 82 and 88 have been renumbered as route 41 and replaced by route 8, respectively.

90-99: These are rapid transit routes that travel between the suburbs and downtown, spending almost all of their route on the Transitway, Highway 417, or Ottawa Road 174. Route 94, route 95, route 96, route 97, route 98, and route 99 are currently the routes offering such service. Route 91 and route 92 were introduced on 28 June 2015 and route 91 is in service until 2018 while part of the Transitway is closed for Confederation Line construction.[3]

100-109: For the most part, these routes are peak-only routes (except route 101, route 104, route 106) that provide service between a Transitway station and major employment areas. In the future, OC Transpo plans to expand their rapid transit service to have routes numbered from 100-109, which would bypass downtown. Routes 101 and 106 are the first two routes to provide this service. Route 102 was replaced by route 101 in September 2014.[4] Route 107 is used as a rapid-transit bus route when the O-Train is undergoing maintenance or repairs.

110-119: These are regular routes that travel cross-town, but bypass downtown. Route 112 is an exception as it is a local route for residents near Heron Road and Billings Bridge Station.

120-199: These are mostly local routes that usually connect residential areas or business areas to Transitway stations. A few, such as route 176, are cross-town routes. Some regular local routes, such as routes 156, 172, and 178, used to continue to/from downtown during peak periods as an alternative to express service, but were replaced by supplementary rapid-transit route trips. Local routes may also include special school trips to various middle and high schools, similar to the 600-series routes. This number range also includes a number of special rush hour routes that connect major suburban and rural employment areas to the Transitway.

200-299: These are peak period routes connecting downtown Ottawa to suburban areas, running towards downtown in the morning and to the suburbs in the afternoon. The 220s and 230s serve Gloucester and Orleans. The 240s serve southern Ottawa. The 250s serve Kanata. The 260s serve Kanata and Stittsville. The 270s serve Barrhaven. The 280s serve central Nepean. The 290s serve South Keys.

301-305: These are special "shopper's" bus routes, providing links from rural communities to various urban shopping centres.

401-406: These routes provide special service to and from Canadian Tire Centre for Ottawa Senators games and concerts, and other events.

450-456: These routes provide special service to and from TD Place Stadium for major sporting events (such as Ottawa Redblacks and Ottawa Fury FC games), concerts, and other events.[5][6]

500-599: These are rural service routes operated by partner bus lines (not OC Transpo).

600-699: These routes are special school routes. These routes are usually not shown on the bus stop flag except at Transitway stations, mall terminals, and on streets where no other bus service is available.

750: Route 750 is the internal route number used by OC Transpo for the O-Train Trillium Line. If any trains are out of service due to maintenance, construction, or other issues, a bus replacement rapid transit route, route 107, is used, which only stops where the O-Train usually stops. As of 2 March 2015, the Trillium Line operates from 6 AM to midnight on weekdays, 6:30 AM to midnight on Saturdays, and 7:30 AM to 11 PM on Sundays.[7]

800-899: These routes provided early morning service (before 6:00 AM) Mondays through Fridays (and some on Saturdays). They were not shown as a number on the bus stop flag, but rather by a sun indicating the presence of early morning service at the stop. On December 19, 2010, all early morning routes were replaced by extra early morning trips on existing routes.

900-999: These are employee shuttles for OC Transpo employees only at times and places with no service (mostly overnight).

In 2011, OC Transpo created a business plan which called for many of their routes to be combined to reduce OC Transpo's operating costs. The plan called for a complete overhaul of the route network city-wide. Most well-used routes, such as rapid transit and express routes, remained largely unchanged. The majority of changes came from local and peak period service, which either served areas already served by other routes, or ridership on such routes did not meet certain requirements. OC Transpo also overhauled the buses used on certain routes and is in the process of replacing older, lower-capacity models with higher-capacity, more fuel-efficient buses, until the new light rail line can be fully implemented.[8]

The list of route changes was posted on OC Transpo's website. The posted changes were implemented on September 4, 2011.[9]

Black routes (regular fare)[edit]

These routes usually run from around 6 AM to midnight seven days a week. There are some exceptions to watch out for, however.[1]

# Start End Notes
1 Greenboro Station
Billings Bridge Station
Ottawa-Rockcliffe
Rideau Centre
Serves central and south Ottawa along Bank, also serving Billings Bridge Station and South Keys.
Early AM service operates between Greenboro Station and the Rideau Centre only.
Southbound early AM trips travel via Bank instead of Southgate.
Selected trips operate between Rideau Centre and Billings Bridge Station only.
Extra service is provided between Rideau Centre and Billings Bridge Station when special events occur at TD Place Stadium.
Late night service is provided between the Rideau Centre and Billings Bridge 7 days a week until approximately 2 AM.
2 Rideau Centre**
Westboro Station***
Bayshore Station
Westboro Station**
Carlingwood Mall***
Serves north Nepean and Ottawa along Richmond, Wellington West, and Somerset West.
Early morning and most Sunday trips do not enter Lincoln Fields Shopping Centre.
Service on McEwen and Ambleside is provided by local route 153.
**Every second weekend midday trip operates between Rideau Centre and Westboro Station only.
***Selected weekday trips operate between Carlingwood Mall and Westboro Station via Woodroffe and Richmond.
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Frequent Route 11. [10]
4 Carleton University Rideau Centre Extra service is provided to/from Carleton University in both directions during the school year.
Revised to operate on Bronson instead of Bank, and on Queen instead of Wellington.
Effective 20 December 2015: Route 4 is shortened to operate between Carleton University and the Rideau Centre. Service to/from Hurdman is provided by new route 104.[11]
5 Billings Bridge Station Rideau Centre Effective 25 December 2016: Route 5 is split into two routes. Route 5 travels between Billings Bridge Station and Rideau Centre only.
Effective 25 December 2016: New route 19 replaces route 5 between Rideau Centre and St-Laurent Station.
7 Carleton University
Rideau Centre
Bank
St. Laurent Station
Downtown
Ottawa-Rockcliffe
Early AM service operates between St. Laurent Station and the Rideau Centre only.
Selected AM peak trips start at the corner of Brittany/Montreal, end at the corner of Bank/Slater, and are signed 7X BANK.
Selected AM peak trips start at Lansdowne Park, end at the Rideau Centre, and are signed 7X DOWNTOWN.
Selected PM peak trips start at Lansdowne Park, end at the corner of Brittany/Montreal, and are signed 7X BRITTANY.
Extra service is provided between Carleton University and Rideau Centre when special events occur at TD Place Stadium.
8 Billings Bridge Station
Hurdman Station
Alta Vista
Gatineau
Lebreton Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Revised to operate via Laurier within Gatineau instead of Maisonneuve and Papineau.
Service to the Canadian Museum of History operates during selected time periods only.
Selected trips operate between Gatineau and Hurdman Station (particularly early AM, late PM and supplementary Canada Day service between Gatineau and Ottawa).
Selected AM peak trips start near the corner of Alta Vista/Heron and end at the History Museum.
Selected PM peak trips start at Terrasses de la Chaudière, end near the corner of Alta Vista/Heron, and are signed 8 HERONGATE.
Selected PM peak trips start at Lebreton Station, end near the corner of Alta Vista/Heron, and are signed 8 HERONGATE.
9 Bank
Rideau Centre**
Hurdman Station
Ottawa-Rockcliffe
Selected peak trips are shortened to start/end at the corner of Beechwood/Crichton.
**Evening and weekend westbound trips are shortened to end at the Rideau Centre.
**Evening and weekend eastbound trips start at the National Arts Centre on Elgin.
12 Blair Station
La Cité collégiale
Bank
Rideau Centre**
Extra peak service is provided between the Rideau Centre and La Cité collégiale via Den Haag, replacing route 15.
**Evening and weekend westbound trips are shortened to end at the Rideau Centre.
**Evening and weekend eastbound trips start at the National Arts Centre on Elgin.
14 St. Laurent Station
Rideau Centre
Carlington Selected eastbound weekday afternoon trips operate from the corner of Gladstone/Preston to the Rideau Centre only, and are signed 14X DOWNTOWN.
Selected PM eastbound peak trips operate from the corner of Gladstone/Preston to St. Laurent Station.
16 Main
Hospital
Tunney's Pasture Station
Sandy Hill***
Britannia
Lincoln Fields Station
Carlingwood Mall
Rideau Centre**
Revised to start/end at St. Paul's University, near the corner of Main/Lees, and signed 16 MAIN.
Select trips from Sandy Hill/Rideau Centre are extended via Smyth to/from Ottawa Health Sciences Complex. These trips stay on Smyth instead of entering St. Paul's University and are signed 16 HOSPITAL.
Selected trips are shortened to start/end at Tunney's Pasture Station.
Selected weekend trips are shortened to start/end at Carlingwood Mall.
**Operates from Lees Station to the Rideau Centre only via King Edward, Wilbrod, Friel, Laurier, Charlotte, and Rideau.
***Operates from Rideau Centre to Lees Station only via Rideau, Elgin, and a portion of the regular routing.
18 St. Laurent Station Rideau Centre Shortened to start/end at the Rideau Centre. Travels via Queen Mary, Quill, Donald, and Lola within Vanier.
Travels via Coventry instead of Tremblay. Service on Tremblay to/from the Ottawa Train Station is provided by route 92 and route 96.[3]
19 St. Laurent Station Bank Effective 25 December 2016: This new route replaces the eastern portion of the now-split route 5.
Effective 25 December 2016: Buses travel between downtown and St. Laurent via the communities of Sandy Hill, Lowertown, New Edinburgh, and Vanier. This route also services the Montfort Hospital.
30 Millennium Station
Jeanne d'Arc
Blair Station
Lebreton Station
Effective 25 December 2016: This route replaces former express route 30 and former local route 130 with service being provided 7 days/week.

AM Peak: All trips are extended downtown via the same routing as former express route 30.
PM Peak: Most trips are extended from downtown via the same routing as former express route 30. Selected trips start at Blair Station.
Off-Peak: Buses travel via the same routing as former route 130.
There is no service south of Innes during the late evenings Monday-Saturday and during the evenings on Sunday.

33 Place d'Orleans Station
Lebreton Station
Portobello Effective 25 December 2016: This new route replaces former express route 20A and local route 120, with service being provided Monday-Friday.

AM Peak: Buses are extended downtown via the same routing as former express route 20A.
PM Peak: Buses start downtown and travel via the same routing as former express route 20A.
Off-Peak: Limited midday service is provided.

63 Lincoln Fields Station
Lebreton Station
Mackenzie King Station
Innovation Park & Ride Effective 25 December 2016: Replaces portions of former express route 60 and rapid transit route 93 and operates 7 days a week.
Effective 25 December 2016: Does a one-way loop through Briarbrook in Kanata North, then travels via Legget, Schneider, Carling, March, Teron, Highway 417, and the Transitway.
Effective 25 December 2016:: All weekend, all weekday midday, and all weekday evening trips start/end at Lincoln Fields Station and do not travel downtown.
Effective 25 December 2016: During AM peak, westbound buses start at Lebreton Station and end at Innovation Station. These trips travel via Legget, Schneider, and Carling.
Effective 25 December 2016: During AM peak, eastbound buses travel from Innovation Station to Mackenzie King Station via March and do not serve Carling, Schneider, or Legget.
Effective 25 December 2016: During PM peak, westbound buses start at Mackenzie King Station and end at Innovation Station. These trips travel via March instead of Carling, Schneider, or Legget.
Effective 25 December 2016: During PM peak, eastbound buses travel from Innovation Station to Lebreton Station via Legget, Schneider, and Carling.
64 Lincoln Fields Station
Lebreton Station
Mackenzie King Station
Innovation Park & Ride Effective 25 December 2016: Replaces portions of former express routes 60 and 64, and rapid transit route 93, and operates Monday-Friday only.
Effective 25 December 2016: Connexion route 264 replaces the southern portion of route 64 (between Huntsville/Terry Fox and Bayshore Station).
Effective 25 December 2016: Does a one-way loop through Morgan's Grant in Kanata North, then travels via Legget, Schneider, Carling, March, Teron, Highway 417, and the Transitway.
Effective 25 December 2016:: All weekday midday and all weekday evening trips start/end at Lincoln Fields Station and do not travel downtown.
Effective 25 December 2016: During AM peak, westbound buses start at Lebreton Station and end at Innovation Station. These trips travel via Legget, Schneider, and Carling.
Effective 25 December 2016: During AM peak, eastbound buses travel from Innovation Station to Mackenzie King Station via March and do not serve Carling, Schneider, or Legget.
Effective 25 December 2016: During PM peak, westbound buses start at Mackenzie King Station and end at Innovation Station. These trips travel via March instead of Carling, Schneider, or Legget.
Effective 25 December 2016: During PM peak, eastbound buses travel from Innovation Station to Lebreton Station via Legget, Schneider, and Carling.
85 Lees Station
Mackenzie King Station
Bayshore Station
Mackenzie King Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Hurdman Station or Campus Station due to the construction on the Confederation Line.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via King Edward and Laurier to/from Lees Station instead of via the Transitway.[11]
Travels via the Transitway, Albert/Slater, Preston and Carling, also serving Carlingwood Mall and Lincoln Fields Station.
Revised to replace route 3 on Preston. Service on Bronson is provided by route 4.
Service between Hurdman Station and St. Laurent Station has been replaced by route 106 and route 114.
Weekday evening service is shortened to start/end at MacKenzie King Station (Rideau Centre) and does not serve Lees Station and King Edward.
Selected peak trips operate between Lees Station and Mackenzie King Station only (AM to Mackenzie King Station and PM to Lees Station).
86 Elmvale Acres
Mackenzie King Station
Hurdman Station
Baseline Station
Colonnade
Lebreton Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Selected peak trips operate between Elmvale Acres and Lebreton Station only.
All 86B trips travel via Meadowlands and Woodroffe to/from Baseline Station and do not serve Colonnade.
All 86C trips operate via Viewmount, Merivale, and Colonnade and do not serve Baseline Station.
Route 86B trips travel to/from Elmvale Acres. Route 86C trips are shortened to start/end at Hurdman Station.
PM peak route 86C trips are shortened to start/end at Mackenzie King Station, and do not serve Hurdman Station or Elmvale.
Effective 23 April 2017: Route 86C trips will be shortened to start/end at Mackenzie King Station during the afternoons to improve reliability.
87 Greenboro Station
Riverside
Baseline Station
Carlingwood Mall
Lebreton Station
Hurdman Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Selected peak trips operate between Greenboro Station and Lebreton Station only.
Early morning and late evening trips operate between Greenboro Station and Hurdman Station only.
Most trips are extended via the Transitway and Woodroffe to/from Carlingwood Mall.
Most of the trips serving Carlingwood Mall are extended to/from Baseline Station via Woodroffe, replacing route 174.
Selected AM peak trips operate from the corner of Uplands/Hunt Club to Lebreton Station.
Selected AM peak trips operate from the corner of Uplands/Riverside to Greenboro Station.
One AM peak trip starts near the corner of Fairlawn/Lenester and ends at Greenboro Station.
Selected trips operate between Hurdman Station and St. Patrick's Home on Riverside and are signed southbound as 87X RIVERSIDE.
92 St-Laurent Station
Hurdman Station
Terry Fox Station**
Stittsville Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Replaces route 96A between Stittsville and St-Laurent Station, but operates on Campeau instead of Katimavik between Kanata and Eagleson.[3]
Westbound trips before noon operate on Iber and Abbott. Westbound trips after noon operate on Fringewood and Granite Ridge.
Eastbound trips before noon operate on Granite Ridge and Fringewood. Eastbound trips after noon operate on Abbott and Iber.
All AM eastbound peak trips operate from Stittsville to Hurdman Station.
All PM westbound peak trips operate from Hurdman Station to Stittsville.
Selected weekday evening trips operate from Hurdman Station to Terry Fox Station.
All weekday trips after 7:20 PM and all weekend trips operate between Terry Fox Station and St-Laurent Station via Ottawa Train Station on Tremblay.
Queensway Station is only served by eastbound trips. Westbound service is available at Lincoln Fields Station.
**Selected weekday evening and weekend trips are extended via Tanger Outlets on Palladium before ending at Terry Fox Station, replacing route 196.[12]
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Rapid Route 62.
94 Riverview Station
Tunney's Pasture Station
Baseline Station
Blair Station
Millennium Station
Blair Station
Hurdman Station
Fallowfield Station
Does not serve Lees Station, Hurdman Station, Train Station, and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Route 94 provides rapid-transit service along Innes in Orléans.
Most trips are extended to/from Riverside South at Riverview Station via the Transitway, Woodroffe, Nepean Woods Station, and the Vimy Memorial Bridge.[13]
Weekday early AM trips travel via St. Laurent, Industrial, Trainyards, Belfast and Tremblay and serve the local stop at St. Laurent Station.
Selected early AM and late PM trips operate between Riverview Station and Fallowfield Station only.
AM westbound and PM eastbound peak trips travel via Longfields, Bill Leathem, Leakin, Cresthaven and Crestway and don't serve Woodroffe between Longfields and Chapman Mills.
Selected westbound AM peak trips start at the corner of Innes/Jeanne d'Arc and end at Tunney's Pasture Station.
Selected westbound AM peak trips start at the corner of Innes/Jeanne d'Arc and end at Riverview Station via RCMP.
Selected eastbound AM peak trips start at Riverview Station and end at Hurdman Station.
Selected eastbound AM peak trips start at Baseline Station and end at Blair Station.
Selected weekday trips operate between Riverview Station and Blair Station only.
All Saturday early AM trips operate from Millennium Station to Blair Station, where passengers can transfer to route 95.
Selected trips operate between Millennium Station and Tunney's Pasture Station only (particularly peak periods, early AM, late PM, and weekends).
Selected trips operate between Millennium Station and Baseline Station only (particularly peak periods, weekday evenings, and Sundays).
Late night trips travel via Rideau instead of Mackenzie King Station.
95 Place d'Orléans Station
Trim Station
Mackenzie King Station
Blair Station
Barrhaven Centre Station
Baseline Station
Tunney's Pasture Station
Fallowfield Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station westbound due to the construction on the Confederation Line.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Hurdman Station due to the construction on the Confederation Line.[11]
Does not serve Train Station and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Route 95 operates 24/7 between Barrhaven Centre Station and Place d'Orléans Station.
Early AM trips travel via St. Laurent, Industrial, Trainyards, Belfast and Tremblay and serve the local stop at St. Laurent Station.
Selected trips operate between Blair Station and Tunney's Pasture Station only (particularly during the summer).
Selected trips operate between Place d'Orléans Station and Tunney's Pasture Station only.
Selected trips operate between Place d'Orléans Station and Baseline Station only.
Selected weekday trips are extended to/from Trim Station via Regional Road 174.
Selected weekday early AM trips operate between Trim Station and Fallowfield Station only.
Selected weekday early AM trips operate from Baseline Station to Blair Station only.
Selected peak trips operate between Barrhaven Centre Station and Hurdman Station only.
Selected peak trips operate between Baseline Station and Hurdman Station only (extensions of local routes 156, 172, and 178).
Selected PM peak trips start in Gatineau at Place du Portage and end at Barrhaven Centre Station.
Selected weekday late night trips operate between Trim Station and Baseline Station only.
Selected Saturday late night trips operate between Place d'Orléans Station and Fallowfield Station only.
Late night eastbound trips travel via St. Joseph to Place d'Orléans Station instead of Regional Road 174.
Late night trips travel via Rideau instead of Mackenzie King Station.
96 St-Laurent Station
Hurdman Station
Stittsville Station
Terry Fox Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Does not serve Train Station, Cyrville Station, and Blair Station due to work on the Confederation Line. Provides direct access to Ottawa Train Station on Tremblay.[3]
Route 96A trips are replaced by new route 92, which operates on Campeau instead of Katimavik between Kanata and Eagleson.[3]
No longer serves the Kanata Town Centre as of 20 April 2014. Buses remain on Katimavik.
Queensway Station is only served by eastbound trips. Westbound service is available at Lincoln Fields Station.
Early AM weekday trips in both directions travel via Queensview to serve Pinecrest Garage.
All trips to/from Stittsville start/end at Goulbourn Recreation Complex on Shea.
96D trips operate Eastbound during AM peak only, and bypass Katimavik by taking Highway 417 to Eagleson Station.
AM 96C trips start in Stittsville and bypass Terry Fox Station and Katimavik by taking Highway 417 to Eagleson Station.
PM 96C trips end in Stittsville and travel via Katimavik but do not serve Terry Fox Station.
All trips are able to make stops at Moodie, near Carling Place (Westbound always; Eastbound on request).
Selected AM peak period trips start at Bayshore Station and end at Hurdman Station.
Selected AM peak period trips start at Lincoln Fields Station and end at Hurdman Station.
Selected PM peak trips start in Gatineau at Place du Portage and end at Terry Fox Station.
Late night trips travel via Rideau instead of Mackenzie King Station.
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Rapid Route 61.
97 Airport Station
South Keys Station
Bayshore Station
Bells Corners
Tunney's Pasture Station
Lebreton Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Operates overnight Mondays-Fridays between Tunney's Pasture Station and the Ottawa International Airport.
Operates overnight on Saturdays between Lebreton Station and the Airport.
Selected trips are extended via Richmond and Robertson to/from Bells Corners.
Selected weekday trips operate between Bayshore Station and South Keys Station.
Selected weekday trips operate between Tunney's Pasture Station and the Airport.
All weekend trips (except overnight Saturday trips) operate between Bells Corners / Bayshore Station and the Airport.
Late evening trips towards the Airport travel via Hunt Club and Uplands instead of the Airport Parkway.
Late evening and late night trips travel via Laurier, King Edward, and Lees Station, instead of Nicolas, and are signed southbound as 97 AIRPORT VIA LEES.
Late night trips travel via Rideau instead of Mackenzie King Station.
98 Hawthorne Tunney's Pasture Station
Lebreton Station
Greenboro Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station westbound due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Tunney's Pasture Station and Bayview Station during off-peak times due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Serves the communities of Upper Hunt Club, Greenboro, and South Keys. Buses then travel via the Transitway to/from downtown Ottawa.
There is no service between Greenboro and downtown during weekday early AM and late evening, and on weekends outside of shopping hours.
99 Greenboro Station
Lebreton Station
Barrhaven Centre Station
Manotick
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Lees Station due to Confederation Line work.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Connects Barrhaven and Greenboro Station via Chapman Mills, the Strandherd-Armstrong Bridge, Nepean Woods Station, Riverside South, Leitrim, Albion, Lester and the Airport Parkway.[13]
Provides service to the newly-opened Beatrice Station on Chapman Mills in Barrhaven as of 12 November 2014.[14]
Selected peak trips operate between Barrhaven Centre Station and Lebreton Station.
Selected peak trips operate between Manotick Main/Century East and Lebreton Station, and do not serve Barrhaven.
Weekday late night northbound trips, all weekend late night trips, and all Sunday early morning trips operate hourly.
101 St. Laurent Station Bayshore Station
Moodie / Carling Campus
Effective 6 September 2016: Selected AM westbound peak-period trips are extended from Bayshore Station to Carling Place in the morning.
Effective 6 September 2016: Selected PM eastbound peak-period trips are extended to start at Carling Place in the afternoon.
Effective 20 December 2015: Service east of St-Laurent Station is provided by new route 103.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Does not serve Train Station and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Service between Bayshore Station and Kanata North is provided by route 93 and route 182.
Route 101 does not operate on Sundays. Sunday service on Carling is provided by route 85.
104 Carleton University
Hurdman Station
Place d'Orléans Station
Blair Station
Hurdman Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Supplements route 95 between Hurdman Station and Orléans and operates 7 days a week.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Serves Hurdman Station, St-Laurent Station, and Blair Station in both directions.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Replaces route 4 between Carleton University and Hurdman Station.[11]
Selected trips operate between Hurdman Station and Blair Station only.
Selected trips operate between Carleton University and Hurdman Station only.
Selected trips operate between Carleton University and Blair Station only.
106 St-Laurent Station
Hospital
Hurdman Station
Lebreton Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Extended to/from St-Laurent Station via St. Laurent.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station and does not serve Lees Station.[11]
Replaces route 85 between Hurdman Station and St-Laurent Station via the Transitway, Smyth, and St. Laurent.
Revised to serve the Ottawa Health Sciences Complex on weekdays between 7 AM and 7 PM.
Selected peak trips operate between Hurdman Station and the Ottawa Health Sciences Complex.
Overnight service operates hourly between Lebreton Station and the Ottawa Health Sciences Complex.
107 Bayview Station South Keys Station Only operates when the O-Train Trillium Line is out of service completely for repairs or maintenance. Replaces the train in those circumstances and only stops where the O-Train would usually stop.
Was in service from 1 May 2014 to 1 March 2014 every 30 minutes between 10 PM and midnight daily to prepare the O-Train for a service expansion. Since then has only been operating as necessary.[15]
111 Carleton University
Billings Bridge Station
Baseline Station Serves Meadowlands, Viewmount, Chesterton, Prince of Wales, and Data Centre.
Replaces route 117 to/from Carleton University, but only provides service to/from Carleton on weekdays. All weekend trips start/end at Billings Bridge Station.
112 Elmvale Acres
Herongate
Kaladar
Billings Bridge Station
Billings Bridge Station Replaces route 111 between Billings Bridge Station and Elmvale Mall via Bank, Belanger, Clementine, Heron, Baycrest, Walkley, and Russell.
Service on Heron, Jefferson, Featherston, and Ryder operates during selected time periods only. These trips start/end near the corner of Ryder/Walkley, and do not travel to/from Elmvale.
Selected trips do a loop around Kaladar, Brookfield, and Clover to/from the corner of Clover/Heron, replacing route 115, and are signed eastbound as 112 KALADAR.
Selected trips do a loop around Kaladar, Brookfield, and Clover, and return to Billings Bridge Station via Clementine, Belanger, and Bank, replacing route 115.
114 St-Laurent Station Greenboro Station
Elmvale Acres
Conroy
Effective 19 June 2016: Modified within Greenboro East to replace route 143 during all time periods.[16]
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Hurdman Station due to the construction on the Confederation Line.[11]
Does not serve Train Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Most peak period trips operate between St-Laurent Station and the corner of St-Laurent/Conroy in the Ottawa South Business Park, and are signed southbound as 114 CONROY.
Early morning trips travel via Belfast, Farm Boy, and Industrial to Elmvale Shopping Centre.
116 Greenboro Station
Hurdman Station
Merivale
Merivale
MacFarlane Briggs
Lincoln Fields Station
Route 116B trips operate on West Hunt Club instead of MacFarlane.[3]
Shortened to start/end near the corner of Viewmount/Grant Carmen. Service west of Merivale is provided by route 86B and route 111.
No weekend early morning or late evening service is provided on route 116.
Peak period trips operate between Hurdman Station and the corner of Viewmount/Grant Carmen.
Selected weekend trips operate between Greenboro Station and the corner of MacFarlane/Briggs only.
Effective 6 September 2015: One AM peak trip operates from Lincoln Fields Station to the corner of Merivale/Slack. One PM peak trip operates from the corner of Merivale/Slack to Lincoln Fields Station.[12]
118 Hurdman Station Terry Fox Station
Bells Corners
Baseline Station
Prince of Wales
Travels via Castlefrank, Katimavik, Terry Fox, Hazeldean, Robertson, Baseline, and Heron, also serving Hazeldean Mall, Baseline Station, and Algonquin College.
Early morning weekday and Saturday trips in both directions travel via Old Richmond and Moodie instead of Robertson.
All weekday trips before 7 AM and after 10:30 PM and all weekend trips in both directions travel via Navaho and Woodroffe instead of Service and College.
Selected peak trips operate between Hurdman Station and Baseline Station only.
Selected peak trips operate between Hurdman Station and corner of Moodie/Hadley, travel via Moodie and Old Richmond instead of Robertson, and are signed westbound as 118 BELLS CORNERS.
One Sunday trip in each direction operates between Hurdman Station and Experimental Farm via the southeast Transitway, Data Centre, Heron, and Prince of Wales.
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Frequent Route 88.
121 Blair Station
Star Top Innes
Labrie Cyrville
Hurdman Station Provides a connection to the Ottawa Trainyards Shopping District, just off of Terminal in Ottawa's east end.
Replaces route 125 on Innes, Star Top, and Cyrville. No weekend evening service is provided on this route.
Modified to travel via Farm Boy and Industrial instead of St. Laurent, and Algoma, Kenaston, and Labrie instead of Star Top.
Selected peak trips operate between Hurdman Station and the Department of National Defence offices on Star Top.
Effective 6 September 2015: Four AM peak trips and four PM peak trips are extended to/from the corner of Labrie/Cyrville instead of Star Top/Innes.[12]
122 Millennium Station
Trim Station
Place d'Orléans Station Serves residential areas along Trim in Orléans.
Late evening trips operate from Place d'Orléans Station to Trim Station only.
123 Gloucester North / Blair Station Serves Beacon Hill and Rothwell Heights.
Operates during peak periods only, with selected weekday midday trips as well.
124 Beacon Hill St-Laurent Station Effective 28 June 2015: Does not serve Hurdman Station, Train Station and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Effective 28 June 2015: Replaces route 127 on Ogilvie between St-Laurent Station and Blair Station.[3]
AM peak period service downtown was removed from this route in 2009, and is currently provided by route 24.
126 Pineview Blair Station Effective 28 June 2015: All trips start/end at Blair Station due to work on the Confederation Line. There is no service west of Blair Station on route 126.[3]
128 Blackburn Hamlet Blair Station Effective 28 June 2015: All trips start/end at Blair Station due to work on the Confederation Line. There is no service west of Blair Station on route 128.[3]
Became a two way route that travels to/from Blackburn Hamlet, removing service along Blair.
Travels via Ottawa Road 174 instead of Ogilvie. Service on Ogilvie is provided by route 124.
All Sunday trips stay on Bearbrook instead of serving local streets, and start/end at Blackburn Arena located just south of Innes.
129 Carson's
Aviation
Special
Hurdman Station
Blair Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Route 129 is shortened to operate between Hurdman Station and Carson's. Service to/from Carleton University is provided by new route 104.[11]
Effective 28 June 2015: Does not serve Train Station and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Weekend service is shortened to start/end at Blair Station.
Selected peak trips don't travel via Charlton. These trips stay on Bathgate and are signed 129 SPECIAL.
Service to/from the Aviation Museum is provided during selected time periods only.
131 Convent Glen Chapel Hill Two-way loop route that travels through Convent Glen and Chapel Hill within Orléans. Starts/ends at Place d'Orléans Station.
132 Place d'Orléans Station Sunview Serves the Sunview area in Orléans during peak periods only, with selected evening trips.
134 Place d'Orléans Station Renaud Serves the Renaud area in southern Orléans, via Longleaf, Orléans and Renaud.
Routed via Joshua to Saddleridge. Service on Felicity has been removed.
135 Esprit Place d'Orléans Station Effective 28 June 2015: Starts/ends near the corner of Lakeridge/Vista Park, and travels via Lakeridge, Harvest Valley, and Esprit.[3]
Travels via the community of Fallingbrook as well as western portions of Avalon along Esprit and Lakeridge.
Effective 25 December 2016: Peak-period service in the peak direction is replaced by new Connexion route 235.
137 Queenswood Heights / Place d'Orléans Station One-way loop route that travels through Queenswood Heights within Orléans.
Operates during peak periods only, with selected weekday midday and weekday evening trips.
144 Leitrim Station
Hindu Temple*
Queensdale**
Greenboro Station Serves Blossom Park in South Keys. Replaces parts of route 142 and extended to/from Leitrim Station via Albion and Findlay Creek.
Early AM trips start at the corner of Conroy/Davidson and end at Leitrim Station.
Selected AM peak trips start at the corner of Bridle Park/Albion and end at Greenboro Station.
Selected PM peak trips are shortened to end at the corner of Queensdale/Conroy.
*Selected Sunday trips are extended via Bank to/from the Hindu Temple.
**Selected Sunday trips are shortened to do a loop around Queensdale, Sixth, Athens, and Bank, and then return to Greenboro Station.
146 Greenboro Station Hurdman Station
Billings Bridge Station
Weekend service is shortened to start/end at Billings Bridge Station.
147 Uplands / Greenboro Station Effective 28 June 2015: Does not serve the Erst & Young Centre on weekday mornings.[3]
Does a one way loop through CFS Uplands. Weekend trips also serve the Ernst & Young Centre.
No weekend early morning or evening service is provided on this route. Weekday midday and weekend service is limited to hourly trips.
148 Elmvale Acres Hurdman Station
Billings Bridge Station
Travels via Kilborn to/from Elmvale Mall.
Weekend service is shortened to start/end at Billings Bridge Station.
Sunday service is provided hourly.
149 Elmvale Acres Hurdman Station Travels via Pleasant Park to/from Elmvale Mall. Serves the upper level of Pleasant Park Station.
Limited service is provided during weekday midday. Weekend service operates hourly.
150 Tunney's Pasture Station Lincoln Fields Station Revised to replace route 151 west of Clyde and provide service outside of peak periods.
AM eastbound and PM westbound peak trips travel via Erindale instead of Baseline and Maitland.
No service is provided on Sundays on this route.
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 50.
151 Tunney's Pasture Station
Westboro Station
Clyde
Central Park
Shortened to loop around Merivale, Clyde, and Baseline.
Service to Westgate Shopping Centre is provided during selected time periods only.
Selected AM peak trips start near the corner of Central Park/Merivale and end at Westboro Station.
Selected peak trips are shortened to/from Westboro Station.
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 81.
152 Lincoln Fields Station
Bayshore Station
Moodie / Carling Campus
Bayshore Station
Grandview
Serves the Iris area. Extended to serve Carling Place on Moodie and signed westbound as 152 MOODIE/IRIS/BAYSHORE.
Late evening service operates between Carling Place and Bayshore Station only.
Weekend service operates hourly throughout the day.
Selected AM peak trips operate from the corner of Grandview/Borden and end at Bayshore Station, continuing downtown as route 96.
Selected PM peak trips operate from Lincoln Fields Station to the corner of Grandview/Borden, and are signed 152 GRANDVIEW.
Select trips are extended to/from Bell High School via Moodie and Robertson, and are signed westbound as 152 MOODIE/BELLS CORNERS.
153 Carlingwood Mall Lincoln Fields Station Replaces route 2X serving McEwen and Ambleside and expanded to operate on weekends.
154 Queensway Terrace Lincoln Fields Station New local route providing peak period and limited weekday midday and weekday evening service to Queensway Terrace North.
Travels via Carling, Tavistock, Henley, and Connaught to/from the corner of Connaught/Roman.
156 Baseline Station Viewmount
Merivale
Special
Serves central Nepean along Woodfield and signed 156 VIEWMOUNT.
Selected AM peak trips start near the corner of Woodfield/Merivale and end at Baseline Station. Most trips continue downtown as route 95 from Baseline Station.
Selected PM peak trips operate from Baseline Station to the corner of Merivale/Woodfield and are signed 156 MERIVALE VIA WOODFIELD.
A special Sunday trip operates from Baseline Station to the Ottawa Sihk Society via Woodfield and Merivale and is signed southbound as 156X SPECIAL.[4]
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 83.
159 Tunney's Pasture / Tunney's Pasture Station Replaces route 82 and route 176 within the Tunney's Pasture Government Complex, and operates seven days a week.
Does a one-way loop via Yarrow, Tunney's Pasture, Eglantine, Frederick Banting, Colombine, Parkdale, and Scott.
161 Bridlewood Terry Fox Station Serves Kakulu, Pickford, Hazeldean Mall, Glen Cairn, Eagleson, Cope, Terry Fox, Fernbank, and Bridlewood along Bridgestone and Steeplechase.
Service is provided on weekdays only, with 30 minute service during peak periods and hourly service outside of peak periods.
Weekend service within Glen Cairn is provided by route 168.
162 Terry Fox Station Stittsville Serves Katimavik, Palladium, Cyclone Taylor, Huntmar, Maple Grove, Johnwoods, Hazeldean, Carp, Kittiwake, West Ridge, Fernbank, and Stittsville Main.
Operates hourly between 12:50 PM and 2:50 PM, and between 6:50 PM and 9:50 PM on weekdays.
Also operates hourly on Saturdays between 7:55 AM and 8:55 PM. No Sunday service is provided.
165 Innovation Terry Fox Station Serves the communities of Kanata Lakes, Lakeside, Marchwood, Morgan's Grant, and Briarbrook.

Effective 25 December 2016: This route no longer travels north of Klondike Avenue, but is now extended east to serve the community of Briarbrook before heading towards Innovation.

168 Bridlewood Terry Fox Station Replaces route 164 in Bridlewood during all time periods. Also replaces route 164 in Glen Cairn on weekends.
Serves Kanata Lakes and Beaverbrook via Kanata, Goldridge, Stikine, Keyrock, Goulbourn Forced, Knudson, Weslock, Beaverbrook, and Teron.
Travels to/from Bridlewood via Teron Station, Campeau, Eagleson, Eagleson Station, and Hazeldean Mall, instead of to/from Terry Fox Station via Katimavik.
Serves Bridlewood on Stonehaven, Grassy Plains, Bridgestone, Eagleson, Fernbank, Terry Fox, Cope, and Templeford.
170 Fallowfield Station Barrhaven Centre Station Serves northwestern Barrhaven along Larkin, Weybridge, Kennevale, and Malvern.
Travels via Cedarview instead of Flanders, and via the Transitway instead of Wessex, Exeter, and Jockvale.
During evenings and weekends, route 170 serves Barrhaven along Tartan and Sherway, replacing route 173.
Selected AM peak trips start near the corner of Maravista/Cedarview and end at Fallowfield Station.
Selected peak trips travel to/from Agriculture Canada via Fallowfield.
171 Fallowfield Station Barrhaven Centre Station Serves the Longfields neighborhood in northeastern Barrhaven along Longfields, Stoneway, and Berrigan.
Replaces route 170 in Barrhaven east of the Transitway and north of Strandherd.
Selected AM peak trips start at the corner of Woodroffe/Stoneway and end at Fallowfield Station.
Route 171 operates with limited service on weekends. Weekday evening trips operate southbound only.
172 Lincoln Fields Station
Baseline Station**
Bayshore Station
Craig Henry***
Serves the Craig Henry area and replaces route 174 along Banner and McClennan.
AM eastbound peak and PM westbound peak trips travel via Knoxdale instead of Woodroffe, Majestic, and Newhaven.
**Selected AM peak trips end at Baseline Station and continue downtown as route 95.
***Selected peak trips start/end at the corner of Craig Henry/Greenbank, and are signed westbound as 172 CRAIG HENRY.
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 82.
173 Barrhaven Centre Station Fallowfield Station
Bayshore Station
Serves western Barrhaven along Foxfield, Sherway and Tartan.
Selected trips are extended to/from Bayshore Station via Woodroffe, Knoxdale, Greenbank, Dumaurier, Ramsey, and Richmond.
Route 173 does not operate during evenings and weekends. Service is provided by route 170 instead.
174 Baseline Station Knoxdale Shortened to start/end near the corner of Greenbank/West Hunt Club via Majestic.
Service to/from Carlingwood Mall via Woodroffe is provided by route 87.
Operates during peak only, with limited Saturday service.[4]
175 Golflinks Barrhaven Centre Station Serves Stonebridge in southeastern Barrhaven along Jockvale and Golflinks.
Travels via Longfields to Marketplace Station instead of Jockvale.
Operates during peak periods, with limited weekday midday service.
Weekend service is limited to three Saturday trips and one Sunday trip.
176 Barrhaven Centre Station
Deakin Auriga
MacFarlane Briggs
Merivale Slack
Tunney's Pasture Station
Lebreton Station
Mackenzie King Station
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Hurdman Station due to the construction on the Confederation Line.[11]
Serves central Nepean along Merivale, and southern Barrhaven along Strandherd and Chapman Mills.
Service to Nepean Woods Station, located near the corner of Chapman Mills/Woodroffe, has been added.
Service within Tunney's Pasture is provided by route 159.
Service to Westgate Shopping Centre is provided during select time periods only.
Early morning trips operate from Tunney's Pasture to the corner of Merivale/Slack. These trips also serve Colonnade.
Selected peak trips operate between Barrhaven Centre Station and Lebreton Station.
Selected AM peak trips operate from Tunney's Pasture Station to the corner of MacFarlane/Briggs.
Effective 20 December 2015: Selected AM peak trips operate from Barrhaven Centre Station to Mackenzie King Station.[11]
Selected PM peak trips operate from Mackenzie King Station to the corner of Auriga/Deakin and are signed 176 DEAKIN AURIGA.[3]
Selected PM peak trips operate from Mackenzie King Station to the corner of Merivale/Slack and are signed 176 MERIVALE SLACK.[3]
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Frequent Route 80.
177 Barrhaven Centre Station Cambrian Serves Half Moon Bay in Barrhaven along Jockvale, Kilbirnie, Greenbank, and Cambrian.
Travels via Longfields to Marketplace Station instead of Jockvale.
AM peak trips that were extended to Fallowfield Station now become route 95 at Barrhaven Centre Station and continue downtown.[12]
No early morning or late evening service is provided on Sundays on this route.
178 Centrepointe Lincoln Fields Station
Baseline Station
Serves the Centrepointe area in central Nepean via the Transitway, Woodroffe, and Tallwood.
Operates with limited weekday service. No weekend service is provided on this route.
Selected AM peak trips start/end at Baseline Station. Most continue downtown as route 95 after serving Centrepointe.
Effective 23 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 84.
185 Experimental Farm / Lebreton Station Route 185 operates every 30 minutes on weekends only between 9 AM and 5 PM from June to September only.
Travels via the Transitway, City Centre, Albert, Preston, and Prince of Wales to/from the Experimental Farm.
Does a loop through the Farm via Prince of Wales, NCC Scenic Driveway, Maple, and Carling, also serving Carling Station.
198 Petrie Island Place d'Orléans Station Provides a weekend connection between Place d'Orléans Station and Petrie Island via Trim Station at 30 minute frequencies from June to September only.
Travels via Ottawa Regional Road 174 and Trim to/from Petrie Island Beach.

Regular routes are effective as of Sunday, 25 December 2016.

Red routes (peak periods/regular fare)[edit]

These routes run Monday-Friday from 6 AM – 9 AM and from 3 PM – 6 PM, and require the regular fare.
They usually travel on one direction in the AM, and in the opposite direction during the PM.[1]

# Start End Notes
6 Hurdman Station Tunney's Pasture Station Effective 20 December 2015: Serves Lees Station in both directions on the upper level.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Hurdman Station and Lees Station.[11]
Extended to/from Tunney's Pasture Station via Holland. Travels via Pretoria and the Transitway from Hurdman Station instead of via Elgin to/from Rideau Centre.[4]
AM service to Tunney's Pasture Station and PM service to Hurdman Station is every 15 minutes, with 30 minute service in the opposite direction.[4]
Effective 24 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 56.
22 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Millennium Station Effective 25 December 2016: Became a peak-only route as express routes were eliminated.
Serves eastern Orléans along Trim, as well as Trim Station and Millennium Station.
34 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Renaud Effective 25 December 2016: Became a peak-only route as express routes were eliminated.
Serves the community of Chapel Hill in Orleans and travels via Navan, Renaud, Joshua, and Saddleridge.
38 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Jeanne d'Arc Effective 25 December 2016: Became a peak-only route as express routes were eliminated.
Serves northern Orléans along Jeanne d'Arc and North Service. Starts/ends near the corner of Trim/Regional Road 174.
41 Hurdman Station Walkley Effective 20 December 2015: All trips start/end at Hurdman Station due to work on the Confederation Line and do not go downtown.[11]
Renumbered from peak route 82, and originally ran between Walkley and Lebreton Station.
Service within Tunney's Pasture Government Complex is provided by local route 159.
103 Moodie / Carling Campus Place d'Orléans Station Effective 6 September 2016: Extended to/from Carling Place via Highway 417 and Moodie.
Effective 20 December 2015: Replaces route 101 between St-Laurent Station and Place d'Orléans Station.[11]
Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Hurdman Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[11]
Does not serve St-Laurent Station eastbound due to work on the Confederation Line.[11]
105 Gatineau Tunney's Pasture Station
Lebreton Station
Goes the farthest into Gatineau of any OC Transpo route.
Selected trips are shortened to start/end at Lebreton Station.
From late 2008 to September 2009, due to weight restrictions on the Chaudière Bridge, it temporarily became an all-week and all-day route between Lebreton Station and Terrasses de la Chaudière via the Portage Bridge.
Reduced PM service due to extra westbound trips from Gatineau on route 95 and route 96.
136 Place d'Orléans Station Tenth Line Extended to/from Harvest Valley/Lakeridge via Tenth Line and Harvest Valley.[3]
Serves the Tenth Line corridor and revised to operate during peak periods in both directions.
155 Queensway Terrace Pinecrest Station
Bayshore Station
New local route serving Queensway Terrace North during peak periods.
Travels via the Transitway, Pinecrest, Kelly, Neville, Clarenda, Alpine, Severn, and Connaught to/from the corner of Connaught/Roman.
Selected PM trips are shortened to operate between the corner of Cannaught/Roman and Pinecrest Station only.
Effective 6 September 2015: A new routing, route 155A, travels on Queensview with limited service.[12]
157 Baseline Station Amberwood Serves Merivale Gardens via Woodroffe. Replaces route 116 to/from Baseline Station and route 176 on MacFarlane, Deakin, Prince of Wales, and Amberwood.
Effective 24 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 187.
164 Terry Fox Station
Lebreton Station**
Hope Side
Eagleson Stonehaven**
Serves Kanata, Campeau, Eagleson, Hazeldean Mall, Cope, Templeford, Romina, and Hope Side to/from the corner of Hope Side/Old Richmond.
Reduced to operate during peak periods only, with AM service to Terry Fox Station via Campeau and PM trips to Hope Side via Eagleson.
Service in Bridlewood, as well as weekend service in Glen Cairn, is provided by route 168. Weekday evening service in Glen Cairn is provided by route 161.
**One AM peak trip operates from Lebreton Station to the corner of Eagleson/Stonehaven. One PM trip operates from the corner of Eagleson/Stonehaven to Lebreton Station. These trips do not serve Hazeldean Mall and instead stay on Eagleson.[12]
166 Eagleson Station Innovation Park & Ride Effective 25 December 2016: This route replaces former route 181 and continues to travel via Teron and the Kanata North Business Park.
167 Terry Fox Station Blackstone Effective 6 September 2016: This new route replaces the privately-owned community shuttle that travelled to/from the community of Blackstone, located in Stittsville.
Service will operate every 30 minutes in both directions.
In the morning, buses start on Cope and travel via Robert Grant, Fernbank, Terry Fox, Katimavik, Castlefrank, Kanata, and Lord Byng to Terry Fox Station.
Buses follow the reverse routing in the afternoon.
180 Bayshore Station Haanel Replaces route 179 to/from EMR Canmet in Bells Corners via Highway 417, Moodie, Timm, and Haanel.
Effective 24 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 158.
182 Kanata Tunney's Pasture Station Effective 25 December 2016: All trips have been extended to travel via Carling, Shirley's Bay Complex, and Leggett to the HP Canada building located at 2500 Legget Avenue. Service has been removed west of Legget.
Effective 24 April 2017: This route will become new Local Route 66.
186 Manotick Barrhaven Centre Station This route serves Manotick and Barrhaven via Jockvale and operates in both directions during peak periods.
The Friday only Shopper's Bus on route 186 has been replaced by route 205.
Travels via Longfields to Marketplace Station instead of Jockvale.
189 Riverview Station** Greenboro Station
Honey Gables
Travels towards Riverview Station in the AM and to Greenboro Station in the PM via Hunt Club and River.
Selected AM trips start near the corner of River/Hunt Club and end at Riverview Station.
Selected PM trips start at Riverview Station, end near the corner of River/Leitrim, and are signed 189 HONEY GABLES.
**All trips are extensions of route 99 to/from downtown via the Transitway.
192 Hawthorne St-Laurent Station Effective 20 December 2015: Does not serve Train Station and Hurdman Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[11]
Serves the Cyrville and Sheffield Industrial Parks.
Replaces route 191 on Walkley, Hawthorne, Ages, Swansea, Stevenage, Belgreen and Russell.
193 Place d'Orléans Station Blair Station Travels via St. Joseph in both directions during peak periods, with one midday trip in each direction as well.
194 Canotek Blair Station Travels to/from the Canotek Business Park in north Gloucester via Regional Road 174.
199 Barrhaven Place d'Orléans Station Does not serve Train Station and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Travels along the Southeast Transitway and Hunt Club to/from the RCMP headquarters on Leikin.
Effective 6 September 2015: Travels via West Hunt Club and Merivale instead of Prince of Wales.[12]

Peak routes are effective as of Sunday, December 25, 2016.

Green routes (peak periods/extra fare)[edit]

These routes operate during peak periods only, and require an extra fare.

Effective Monday, April 18, 2011, rules regarding express routes have changed. Routes 20-39 (serving Orléans and Ottawa East) and routes 221, 222, and 228 (formerly routes 231 and 232) (serving rural areas East of Orléans) do not pick up passengers between Blair Station and Train Station. Routes 60-66 and 68-69 (serving Kanata and Bells Corners), routes 261-263 (serving Stittsville), and route 283 (serving Richmond and Munster) do not pick up passengers between Queensway Station and Westboro Station. Routes 70-77 (serving Barrhaven) do not pick up passengers between Baseline Station and Westboro Station. Passengers who normally use express routes in these areas now have to use non-express service. Express routes will continue to allow passenger boarding once downtown. Barrhaven express routes also no longer pick up passengers along Woodroffe between Fallowfield Station and Baseline Station. The changes are meant to improve speed of service from the suburbs to downtown, and are only effective for AM trips.[17]

Beginning on 15 October 2012, OC Transpo introduced new Alexander Dennis Enviro500 double-decker buses into service on express routes. Since 21 April 2013, most express route trips have been served by these buses.[18]

As of 20 May 2014, westbound PM express service (serving Kanata, Barrhaven, Bells Corners, Stittsville, and Richmond) at Mackenzie King Station serves a new temporary stop further west of the regular stop, in an effort to speed up service and reduce travel times downtown. Service on rapid-transit, regular fare, and AM express routes (from Orléans, Cumberland, Vars, Navan, and Sarsfield) will continue to serve the regular stop.[1][19]

On July 11, 2014, the City of Ottawa and OC Transpo agreed to renumber route 76 to route 72. This move is to commemorate the anniversary of the collision that took place just east of Fallowfield Station between an OC Transpo bus and a VIA Rail passenger train on September 18, 2013.[20]

Effective 25 December 2016: These routes have been renumbered and renamed to "Connexion" routes.

Canadian Tire Centre 'Connexion 400' routes[edit]

Canadian Tire Connexion routes 401 through 406 operate on all dates with Ottawa Senators games and also events or concerts of medium to large attendance (6,000 persons or over). Each route serves a different part of Ottawa and provides connections to the Canadian Tire Centre.[21]

Effective 25 December 2016: These are now known as "Event" routes.

TD Place routes (450-series)[edit]

These routes operate on game days for the Ottawa Redblacks and Ottawa Fury FC, as well as other major events taking place at TD Place Stadium.[5][6]
Effective 25 December 2016: These are now known as "Event" routes.

Rural partner routes (500-series)[edit]

These routes are not operated by OC Transpo.

Route Start End Operator Notes
500 Arnprior Super Express Arnprior Gatineau Autobus Campeau via Ottawa
502 Pakenham Ottawa N/A
503 Perth
509 Merrickville Howard Bus Service
515 Cornwall Delaney Bus Lines
520 Hawkesbury Gatineau Leduc Bus Lines via Ottawa
523 Embrun Ottawa Bergeron Bus Lines via Russell
524 Limoges Gatineau via Embrun, Vars and Ottawa
525 Ottawa via Embrun & Vars
526 Russell Gatineau via Ottawa
530 Clarence-Rockland Gatineau Clarence-Rockland Transpo
Leduc Bus Lines
via Ottawa
535 Bourget Clarence-Rockland Transpo
Lalonde Bus Lines
538 Carleton Place Ottawa
Bayshore Station
Lanark Community Transit Provides two-way service between Ottawa and Carleton Place. AM westbound and PM eastbound service starts/ends at Bayshore Station.
541 Chesterville Ottawa Evans Buslines via Winchester, Vernon and Greely
542 Kemptville Gatineau Kemptville Transportation Services via Ottawa
543 Ottawa N/A
551 Casselman Ottawa Transit Eastern Ontario Provides service later than other TEO routes.
552 Finch Gatineau via Berwick, Crysler, and Ottawa
553 Limoges Gatineau via Ottawa
555 Gatineau Casselman via Ottawa
556 Ottawa (Tunney's Pasture Station) via downtown Ottawa and Gatineau
557 St-Isidore Gatineau via Ottawa and North Glengarry
558 Casselman Gatineau via Ottawa
559
565 Inkerman Ottawa South Mountain Stagecoach Transit via Osgoode

Rural partner routes are effective as of October 4, 2010

School trips[edit]

These trips provide service to/from various middle and high school for students enrolled in such schools.[1]

Route Start End Notes
5 Immaculata High School Billings Bridge Station
12 École secondaire Samuel-Genest Rideau Centre PM service only.
14 Adult High School Rideau Centre PM service only.
16 Immaculata High School Mackenzie King Station AM service only.
18 Technology Learning Centre St. Laurent Station
85 Notre Dame High School Bayshore Station PM service only.
86B St. Pius X High School Baseline Station PM service only.
86B École secondaire Deslaurier Baseline Station PM service only.
87 St. Patrick's High School Uplands / Bowesville PM service only.
93 Bell High School Richcraft Complex Effective January 2017: School trips on this route have been replaced by new route 660.
111 St. Pius X High School Baseline Station
111 École secondaire Deslaurier Billings Bridge Station
114 Hillcrest High School Greenboro Station Effective September 2016: These trips have been replaced by new route 649.
114 St. Patrick's High School St. Laurent / Conroy Effective September 2016: These trips have been replaced by new route 698.
114 Ridgemont High School Johnston / Conroy Effective September 2016: These trips have been replaced by new route 698.
114 Canterbury High School Greenboro Station Effective September 2016: These trips have been replaced by new route 644.
116 École secondaire Omer-Deslauriers Greenboro Station Effective September 2015: Will travel via MacFarlane between Merivale and the Rideau Heights Business Park.
118 Bell High School Baseline Station
120 École secondaire Gisèle Lalonde Place d'Orléans Station
120 St. Peter High School Brian Coburn / Lakeridge Effective September 2015: Buses will follow the new route 120 pattern through the Portobello Loop.
122 St. Matthew High School Trim Station
122 École secondaire Gisèle Lalonde Place d'Orléans Station
124 Colonel By High School Blair Station Effective September 2015: Will be shortened to start/end at Blair Station.
126 Lester B. Pearson High School Meadowbrook / Blair Effective September 2015: Will be revised to travel via City Park Drive East between Blair Station and Ogilvie Road.
128 Lester B. Pearson High School Innes / Tauvette
128 École secondaire Louis-Riel Hurdman Station Effective September 2016: Extended to/from Hurdman station via Highway 417 and St. Laurent station.
128 Colonel By High School
Gloucester High School
Innes / Tauvette Effective September 2015: Revised to travel via the Transitway, Blair Station, Gloucester Centre mall roadway, Blair Road, and Ogilvie Road.
130 École secondaire Gisèle Lalonde Jeanne d'Arc / Grey Nuns
130 Colonel By High School
Gloucester High School
Millennium Station Effective September 2015: Revised to travel via the Transitway, Blair Station, Gloucester Centre mall roadway, Blair Road, and Ogilvie Road.
131 St. Peter High School Innes / Jeanne d'Arc AM service only.
131 St. Peter High School Place d'Orléans Station PM service only.
131 Colonel By High School
Gloucester High School
Innes / Jeanne d'Arc Effective September 2015: Revised to travel via the Transitway, Blair Station, Gloucester Centre mall roadway, Blair Road, and Ogilvie Road.
131 Cairine Wilson High School Place d'Orléans Station PM service only.
131 St. Matthew High School Place d'Orléans Station
134 Cairine Wilson High School Renaud / Saddleridge
Innes / Orléans**
**One AM trip starts at the corner of Innes/Orléans.
134 École secondaire Garneau Renaud / Saddleridge PM service only.
135 Colonel By High School
Glocester High School
Lakeridge / Harvest Valley Effective September 2015: Revised to travel via the Transitway, Blair Station, Gloucester Centre mall roadway, Blair Road, and Ogilvie Road.
135 École secondaire Gisèle Lalonde Place d'Orléans Station
135 Cairine Wilson High School Lakeridge / Harvest Valley
135 École secondaire Betrices Deloges Place d'Orléans Station
144 Ridgemont High School Queensdale / Conroy
146 St. Patrick's High School Walkley Station
148 Canterbury High School Hurdman Station/St. Laurent Station Effective September 2015: Two AM trips will be extended to start at St. Laurent Station. Buses will travel via Highway 417, Riverside Drive, and Industrial Avenue between St. Laurent Station and Hurdman Station.
Two PM trips will be extended to terminate at St. Laurent Station via Industrial Avenue, Riverside Drive, and Highway 417.
152 Bell High School Grandview / Borden
152 Bell High School Lincoln Fields Station
156 Merivale High School Baseline Station
161 Terry Fox Station Rothesay / Eagleson PM service only for Holy Trinity High School and signed 161X SPECIAL.
161 Earl of March Secondary School Bridlewood AM trips start at the corner of Stonehaven/Bridlewood before serving Steeple Chase.
PM trips end at the corner of Steeple Chase/Spruce Meadows after serving Steeple Chase.
161 A.Y. Jackson Secondary School Bridlewood AM trips start at the corner of Stonehaven/Bridlewood before serving Steeple Chase.
PM trips end at the corner of Steeple Chase/Spruce Meadows after serving Steeple Chase.
Buses travel via Romina, Fernbank, Terry Fox, and Cope between Eagleson and Bridgestone.
168 Earl of March Secondary School Terry Fox Station Revised to travel via Keyrock Drive within Kanata Lakes, as opposed to Kanata.
171 Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School Fallowfield Station
176 Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School Leikin / Bill Leathem
602 École secondaire De La Salle Hurdman Station
611 École secondaire Gisèle Lalonde Youville / St. Joseph Serves Chapel Hill along Forest Valley, Meadowglen, Boyer, and Viseneau, as well as Innes.
612 École secondaire Gisèle Lalonde
École secondaire Béatrices-Desloges
Renaud / Saddleridge Trips to/from Gisèle Lalonde start/end near the corner of Millennium/Trim.
Trips to/from Béatrices-Desloges start/end near the corner of Innes/Province.
Travels via Innes, Orléans, Longleaf, Creek Crossing, Pagé, Renaud, Joshua, and Saddleridge.
Effective September 2016: Due to the closure of Pagé at Brian Coburn, buses no longer travel on Pagé north of Navan.
Buses now travel via Innes, Orléans, Longleaf, Navan, Pagé (southbound only between Navan and Renaud), Renaud, Joshua, and Saddleridge.
613 Immaculata High School Hurdman Station Travels via Main, Smyth, Riverside Station, Riverside, and the southeast Transitway to Hurdman Station.
Operates with three trips during PM only.
618 École secondaire Louis-Riel Millennium Station Serves Bearbrook, St. Joseph, Jeanne d'Arc, Mer Blue, Brian Coburn, and Montmere.
619 École secondaire Louis-Riel Blair Station Serves Bearbrook, St. Joseph, Montréal, Ogilvie, and Blair.
Buses travel via the east Transitway, Blair Station, the Gloucester Centre mall roadway, Blair, and Ogilvie.
622 Colonel By Secondary School
Lester B. Pearson High School
Renaud / Saddleridge Trips to/from Lester B. Pearson High School start/end near the corner of Ogilvie/Jasmine.
Trips to/from Colonel By Secondary School start/end near the corner of Ogilvie/Kender.
Serves Ogilvie, Blair, Innes, Orléans, Longleaf, Creek Crossing, Pagé, Renaud, Joshua, and Saddleridge.
Effective September 2016: Due to the closure of Pagé at Brian Coburn, buses no longer travel on Pagé north of Navan.
Buses now travel via Innes, Orléans, Longleaf, Navan, Pagé (southbound only between Navan and Renaud), Renaud, Joshua, and Saddleridge.
632 École secondaire Gisèle Lalonde Queenswood Heights Serves Millennium, Trim, Innes, Du Grand Bois, Prestwick, Tompkins, Chartrand, Duford, and St. Joseph.
633 Lester B. Pearson High School St. Laurent Station Serves Ogilvie, Bathgate, Plumber, Charlton, Matheson, and St. Laurent.
Buses follow a similar route pattern to revised route 124. From St-Laurent Station, buses travel via St. Laurent, Ogilvie, Cyrville, and Cummings back to Ogilvie, and continue its regular routing via the community of Carson Grove.
640 Brookfield High School Greenboro Station Serves Uplands, Paul Anka, McCarthy, Plante, Walkley, Springfield, and Flannery.
Operates with one AM trip and two PM trips.
641 École secondaire Louis Riel Meadowglen / Orléans Serves Blackburn Hamlet, Navan, Renaud, Saddleridge, Pagé, Innes, Viseneau, and Mdeadowglen.
Effective September 2016: Due to the closure of Pagé at Brian Coburn, buses no longer travel on Pagé north of Navan.
Buses now travel via Innes, Orléans, Longleaf, Navan, Pagé (southbound only between Navan and Renaud), Renaud, Joshua, and Saddleridge.
644 Canterbury High School Greenboro Station Effective September 2016: This route replaces route 114's school trips between Greenboro Station and Canterbury High School.
In the morning, buses travel from Greenboro Station via the southeast Transitway, Hunt Club, Albion, Cahill, Lorry Greenberg, Karsh, Blohm, Johnston, Conroy, Walkley, and Halifax to Canterbury High School.
Buses follow the reverse routing in the afternoon.
648 École secondaire Louis-Riel Youville / St. Joseph Serves Orléans, Meadowglen, and Forest Valley.
Effective September 2016: Due to the closure of Pagé at Brian Coburn, buses no longer travel on Pagé north of Navan.
Buses now travel via Innes, Orléans, Longleaf, Navan, Pagé (southbound only between Navan and Renaud), Renaud, Joshua, and Saddleridge.
649 Hillcrest High School Greenboro Station Effective September 2016: This route replaces route 114's school trips between Greenboro Station and Hillcrest High School, and follow a new routing.
In the morning, buses start at Greenboro Station, travel via the southeast Transitway, Hunt Club, Albion, Cahill, Lorry Greenberg, Karsh, Blohm, Johnston, Conroy, Walkley, Halifax, Canterbury, Haig, and Dauphin to Hillcrest.
Buses will follow the reverse routing in the afternoon.
660 Bell High School Innovation Station Effective January 2017: This route replaces former route 93's school trips between north Kanata and Bell High School. Buses serve the communities of Morgan's Grant and Briarbrook before travelling via Teron, Highway 417, Holly Acres, Robertson, Baseline, and Cedarview to/from the school.
661 Bell High School Terry Fox Station Serves Kanata Lakes, Teron Station, Eagleson Station, Richmond, and Robertson.
Buses travel via Keyrock within Kanata Lakes, as opposed to Kanata.
665 Bell High School Bridlewood Also serves Eagleson, Hazeldean Mall, Robertson, Westcliffe, Seyton, Old Richmond, Lynhar, and Northside.
AM trips start at the corner of Stonehaven/Bridgestone before serving Stonehaven and Grassy Plains.
PM trips end at the corner of Stonehaven/Steeple Chase after serving Stonehaven and Grassy Plains.
669 Bell High School Bayshore / Carling Serves Baseline, Richmond, Holly Acres, Bayshore Station, Woodridge, and Bayshore.
670 St. Pius X High School Vaan / Woodroffe Also serves Slack, Burnbank, Grenfell, Merivale, MacFarlane, Deakin, and Prince of Wales.
AM trips travel via Meadowlands and Fisher.
PM trips travel via Fisher, Baseline, and Prince of Wales.
674 All Saints Catholic High School
Stephen Leacock Public School
Innovation / Hines Serves Morgan's Grant, Brookside, March, Teron, Beaverbrook, Weslock, Knudson, and Kanata.
678 École secondaire Louis-Riel Jeanne d'Arc Station Serves Bearbrook, St. Joseph, Champlain, and Jeanne d'Arc.
681 Bell High School Bridlewood Also serves Glen Cairn, Hazeldean Mall, Robertson, and Northside.
AM trips start at the corner of Stonehaven/Bridlewood before serving Steeple Chase.
PM trips end at the corner of Steeple Chase/Spruce Meadows after serving Steeple Chase.
Buses travel via Romina, Fernbank, Terry Fox, and Cope between Eagleson and Bridgestone in Bridlewood.
691 École secondaire Deslauriers Bayshore Station Serves Foster Farm, Greenbank, Baseline, Centrepointe, Tallwood, Meadowlands, Merivale, and Viewmount.
698 Ridgemont High School
St. Patrick's High School
Blohm Effective September 2016 This new route provides school service between the community of Upper Hunt Club and both Ridgemont and St. Patrick's High School.
In the morning, buses start at the corner of Blohm/Forestglade, and travel via Blohm, Lorry Greenberg, Cahill, Albion, Hunt Club, the southeast Transitway, Walkley, Bank, and Alta Vista to the schools.
In the afternoon, buses start in front of the schools, and travel via Heron, Bank, Walkley, the southeast Transitway, and the reverse routing to the corner of Blohm/Picasso.

Routes are effective as of Tuesday, September 6, 2016.

O-Train Trillium Line (Route 750)[edit]

Main articles: O-Train and Confederation Line

The O-Train Trillium Line operates every 10–12 minutes from 6 AM - midnight Monday to Friday, 6:30 AM - midnight on Saturday and from 7:30 AM - 11 PM on Sundays.[7]

Route Start End Notes
O-Train
750
Trillium Line
Greenboro Station Bayview Station Effective 2 March 2015: New, larger, more efficient trains enter service. Service on weekdays is expanded to start at 6 AM instead of 6:30 AM. Also operates every 10–12 minutes instead of every 15 minutes.[7]
Replaced by route 107 on January 31-February 1 and February 7-8 to test the new trains and expansion.[22]
Expected to be extended to Barrhaven and the University of Ottawa but Ottawa City Council cancelled the project on 14 December 2006.
A new East-West line was planned and has been approved, with construction on the Confederation Line starting in 2013.
Planned to link to the Confederation Line at Bayview Station.
The existing O-Train line is internally numbered route 750 and is named the Trillium Line by OC Transpo.
Route 107, a rapid transit parallel bus route, is used when the O-Train is out of service due to construction or other disruptions.

O-Train Trillium Line is effective as of Monday, March 2, 2015.

Early morning routes (800-series)[edit]

These routes ran before 6 AM on weekdays only, with a few also operating on Saturdays before 6 AM. As of December 19, 2010, all 800-series routes are replaced by early morning service on other nearby routes. Route 891 was the last route of this type to operate.

Early morning routes are effective as of Sunday, December 19, 2010.

On Track 2018[edit]

Ottawa is currently in the process of constructing a LRT system through the downtown core. Opening in 2018, the Confederation Line will replace most buses downtown. As a result, most routes will be re-numbered to reflect the new LRT line.

O-Train[edit]

These two routes are Ottawa's light rail routes that will be in service in 2018.

# Start End Notes
1 Tunney's Pasture Station Blair Station Confederation Line currently scheduled to begin service in 2018.
2 Bayview Station Greenboro Station Trillium Line currently running as the O-Train (route 750).

Rapid[edit]

The following is a list of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) routes that will service the region after the Confederation Line opens in 2018.
Note: Information is subject to change.

# Start End Notes
30 Blair Station Millennium Station Combines former express route 30 and former local route 130.
39 Blair Station Millennium Station This route will replace route 95 between Blair Station and Trim Station and will be extended to/from Millennium Station via Trim Road.
45 Hurdman Station Elmvale Acres Shopping Centre This route will replace route 106 via the same routing.
57 Tunney's Pasture Station Baseline Station This route will replace the western portion of current route 87.
59 Tunney's Pasture Station Bayshore Station This route will replace the western portion of current route 97.
61 Tunney's Pasture Station Stittsville Station Will replace the western portion of route 96.
62 Tunney's Pasture Station Stittsville Station Will replace the western portion of route 92.
63 Tunney's Pasture Station Innovation station Replaces former rapid transit route 93.
74 Tunney's Pasture Station Riverview Station Will replace the western portion of route 94.
75 Tunney's Pasture Station Barrhaven Centre Station Will replace the western portion of route 95.
90 Greenboro Station Hurdman Station This new route will replace the southern portion of current route 87 via the same routing.
97 Airport Station Tremblay Station The current route 97 will be split into two separate routes:
Route 59 will replace route 97 between Tunney's Pasture and Bayshore while route 97 will continue to serve the southeast Transitway, but will also be extended east to/from Tremblay Station.
98 Hurdman Station Hawthorne Service on this route between Hurdman and downtown will be replaced by the Confederation Line.
99 Barrhaven Centre Station Hurdman Station Service on this route between Hurdman and downtown will be replaced by the Confederation Line.

Frequent[edit]

The following is a list of frequent routes that will service the region after the Confederation Line opens in 2018.
These routes will operate every 15 minutes or better from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday-Friday and 30 minutes or better during other time periods 7 days/week.
Note: Information is subject to change.

# Start End Notes
6 Greenboro Station Rideau station This route will replace current route 1 along Bank and Wellington.
7 Carleton University Parliament Station Service east of downtown will be replaced by new route 17.
8 Gatineau Billings Bridge Station Will be revised to travel via Bronson Avenue and Carleton University while service along Alta Vista Drive will be replaced by new route 44.
This route will also be revised downtown in order to provide a connection to Lyon Station, and will travel via the Portage Bridge to get to/from Gatineau.
9 Hurdman Station Rideau station Northbound buses will be revised to travel via Sussex Drive between Rideau and Bruyere instead of Dalhousie while southbound buses will remain along Dalhousie.
10 Rideau station Ottawa-Rockcliffe This route will replace current route 1 in the communities of Lowertown and New Edinburgh.
Northbound buses will travel via Sussex Drive between Rideau and Murray instead of Dalhousie while southbound buses will continue to travel via Dalhousie between St. Patrick and Rideau.
11 Bayshore Station
Westboro Station
Rideau station Effective 23 April 2017: This route will replace route 2 and will travel via the same routing.
12 Blair Station Parliament Station Buses will terminate on O'Connor Street at the eastern entrance of Parliament Station.
14 St. Laurent Station Tunney's Pasture Station Route will be removed south of Gladstone Avenue, and will travel via Parkdale to/from Tunney's Pasture.
17 St. Laurent Station Parliament Station Replaces route 7 in the communities of Lowertown, New Edinburgh, Manor Park, and along St. Laurent Boulevard.
25 Blair Station Millennium Station This route will replace route 94 via the same routing.
40 Greenboro Station St. Laurent Station This route will replace current route 114, but will provide a more frequent service via the same routing.
44 Hurdman Station Alta Vista This route will replace route 8 along Alta Vista Drive.
51 Tunney's Pasture Station Britannia This route will replace route 16 via the same routing.
53 Westboro Station Carlington This route will replace current route 151 and will provide a more frequent service to the communities of Westboro, Hampton Park, and Carlington.
80 Barrhaven Centre Station Tunney's Pasture Station Effective 23 April 2017: This route will replace current route 176 and will travel via the same routing.
85 Bayshore Station Gatineau This route will be extended into Gatineau via the Chaudiere Bridge, Laurier, and Maisonneuve.
88 Terry Fox Station Hurdman Station Effective 23 April 2017: This route will replace current route 118 and will travel via the same routing.
111 Baseline Station Carleton University
Billings Bridge Station
Will follow the same routing as today.
140 Billings Bridge Station Elmvale Acres Shopping Centre This route will replace the main branch of current route 112 and will travel via the same routing.

Local[edit]

The following is a list of local routes that will service the region after the Confederation Line opens in 2018.

Notes[edit]

  • The routes listed below are just the ones that will provide a connection directly to the Confederation Line.
  • Information subject to change.
# Start End Notes
5 Billings Bridge Station Rideau station Route was split back in December 2016 in order to improve schedule adherence.
New route 19 has replaced route 5 east of downtown.
16 Parliament Station Main
Hospital
Route will be split into three separate routes in 2018.
Revised route 16 will be shortened to operate between the new Parliament station and St. Paul's University, with selected trips being extended to/from the Ottawa Health Sciences Complex off Smyth Road.
Service along Albert Street and Scott Street will be replaced by new route 50.
Service between Tunney's Pasture Station and the community of Britannia will be replaced by new route 51.
18 Parliament Station St. Laurent Station Route will be revised to travel via Charlotte Street and Laurier Avenue East in order to provide a new connection between the communities of Sandy Hill and Overbrook.
Buses will also be revised to travel via the MacKenzie King Bridge, Elgin, Queen, O'Connor, and Slater, providing a connection to the Confederation Line at Parliament Station.
19 Parliament Station St. Laurent Station This route was introduced in December 2016 to replace route 5 east of downtown.
In 2018, route will be revised to travel from Mackenzie King Bridge, then via Elgin, Queen, O'Connor, and Slater, providing a connection to the Confederation Line at Parliament Station.
21 Blair Station Place d'Orleans Station This route will replace route 193 and will travel via the same routing.
22 Blair Station Canotek This route will replace route 194 and will travel via the same routing.
23 Blair Station Rothwell Heights This route will replace route 123 and will travel via the same routing.
24 Blair Station Beacon Hill This route will replace the eastern portion of route 124 and will travel via the same routing.
26 Blair Station Pineview This route will replace route 126 and will travel via the same routing.
27 Blair Station St. Laurent Station This route will replace the western portion of route 124 and will travel via the same routing.
28 Blair Station Blackburn Hamlet This route will replace route 128 and will travel via the same routing.
29 Blair Station Carson's This route will replace route 129 and will travel via the same routing, with the exception of it no longer travelling west of Blair Station.
34 Blair Station Renaud This route will replace route 134, but will no longer travel to Place d'Orleans. Buses will instead travel via Ottawa Road 174 to/from Blair Station.
35 Blair Station Esprit This route will replace route 135, travel via the same routing, and will be extended via Ottawa Road 174 to/from Blair Station.
38 Blair Station Trim Station This route will be expanded to operate during all time periods 7 days/week and will replace route 122 along Jeanne d'Arc between Champlain and Trim.
42 Hurdman Station Blair Station This route will replace route 121 and will travel via the same routing.
46 Hurdman Station Elmvale Acres This route will replace the eastern portion of route 86 and will travel via the same routing.
47 St. Laurent Station Hawthorne This route will replace route 192 and will travel via the same routing.
48 Hurdman Station Elmvale Acres This route will replace route 148 and will travel via the same routing.
49 Hurdman Station Elmvale Acres This route will replace route 149 and will travel via the same routing.
50 Lincoln Fields Station Lyon Station This route will replace route 150 and will travel via the same routing and will also be extended via Scott, Albert, Slater, Bay, and Queen, providing a connection to the Confederation Line at Lyon Station.
54 Bayshore Station
Carling Place
Lees Station This route will replace route 101 with a revised routing around Lees Station.
Westbound buses will travel via Lees, Greenfield, and Highway 417 before continuing its current routing towards Bayshore.
56 Tunney's Pasture Station Lees Station This route will replace route 6 with a revised routing around Lees Station.
Westbound buses will travel via Lees, Greenfield, and Main before continuing its current routing towards Tunney's Pasture.
58 Tunney's Pasture Station Bayshore Station
Carling Place
This route will replace route 152 and will travel via the same routing with an extension to/from Tunney's Pasture via the Transitway.
66 Tunney's Pasture Station Innovation Station This route will replace route 182 and will travel via the same routing.
77 Tunney's Pasture Station Cambrian This route will replace route 177 and will travel via the same routing with an extension to/from Tunney's Pasture via the Transitway.
81 Tunney's Pasture Station Clyde This route will replace route 151, but will removed north of the Transitway.
82 Tunney's Pasture Station Bayshore Station This route will replace route 172 and will travel via the same routing with an extension to/from Tunney's Pasture via the Transitway.
83 Tunney's Pasture Station Viewmount This route will replace route 156 and will travel via the same routing with an extension to/from Tunney's Pasture via the Transitway.
84 Tunney's Pasture Station Centrepointe This route will replace route 178 and will travel via the same routing with an extension to/from Tunney's Pasture via the Transitway.
86 Tunney's Pasture Station Baseline Station This route will be split into several different routes.
New route 46 will replace route 86 between Hurdman and Southvale.
Current route 86B will be known simply as route 86, but will removed east of Tunney's Pasture.
Current route 86C will be renumbered to route 89.
89 Tunney's Pasture Station Colonnade This new route will replace the current branch of route 86 known as 86C, travelling via the same route.
91 Hurdman Station Herongate This route will replace the current branch of route 112 that operates between Billings Bridge and the Herongate community.
92 Hurdman Station Greenboro Station This route will replace route 146 and will travel via the same routing.
93 Hurdman Station Leitrim Station This route will replace route 144 and will be extended via the Transitway to/from Hurdman Station.
96 Hurdman Station Merivale This route will replace route 116 and will travel via the same routing.

Connexion (200s)[edit]

# Start End Notes
221 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Cumberland
222 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Vars
224 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Beacon Hill Replaces route 24 and follows the same routing as route 24.
228 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Navan
231 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Orleans Replaces route 31 and follows the same routing as route 31.
232 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Orleans Replaces route 21 and follows the same routing as route 21.
233 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Orleans Replaces route 20B and follows the same routing as route 20B.
234 Gatineau Orleans Replaces route 27 and follows the same routing as route 27.
235 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Orleans Replaces route 35 and follows the same routing as route 35.
237 Bay Station / Lebreton Station Orleans Replaces route 37 and follows the same routing as route 37.
252 Mackenzie King Station Bells Corners Replaces route 69 and follows the same routing as route 69.
256 Mackenzie King Station Kanata Replaces route 66 and follows the same routing as route 66.
261 Mackenzie King Station Stittsville Effective 25 April 2016: All trips start/end at Mackenzie King Station due to the closure of Campus Station.
Service to the Canadian Tire Centre has been added, but is served on request only.
Revised slightly to travel via Stittsville Main instead of West Ridge. Extended north along Stttsville Main to/from Maple Grove, providing improved service to new residents.
PM trips do not serve Queensway Station.
262 Mackenzie King Station Stittsville Effective 25 April 2016: All trips start/end at Mackenzie King Station due to the closure of Campus Station.
Extra service is provided to replace route 162 on West Ridge.
PM trips do not serve Queensway Station.
263 Mackenzie King Station Stittsville
Stanley Corners
Effective 25 April 2016: All trips start/end at Mackenzie King Station due to the closure of Campus Station.
Service to the Canadian Tire Centre has been added, but is served on request only.
PM trips do not serve Queensway Station.
264 Mackenzie King Station Kanata Replaces route 64 between Lincoln Fields Station and Mackenzie King Station. Supplements route 64 between the corner of Huntsville/Terry Fox and Lincoln Fields Station during peak periods.
265 Mackenzie King Station Kanata Replaces route 65 and follows the same routing as route 65.
267 Mackenzie King Station Kanata Replaces route 62 and follows the same routing as route 62.
268 Mackenzie King Station Kanata Replaces route 68 and follows the same routing as route 68.
269 Mackenzie King Station Kanata Replaces route 61 and follows the same routing as route 61.
270 Mackenzie King Station Barrhaven Replaces route 70 and follows the same routing as route 70.
271 Mackenzie King Station Barrhaven Replaces route 71 and follows the same routing as route 71.
272 Mackenzie King Station Barrhaven Replaces route 72 and follows the same routing as route 72.
273 Mackenzie King Station Barrhaven Replaces route 73 and follows the same routing as route 73.
277 Mackenzie King Station Barrhaven Replaces route 77 and follows the same routing as route 77.
282 Mackenzie King Station Trend-Arlington Replaces route 67 and follows the same routing as route 67.
283 Mackenzie King Station Richmond
Munster Hamlet
Stittsville
Effective 25 April 2016: All trips start/end at Mackenzie King Station due to the closure of Campus Station.
Serves Richmond and Fallowfield. Starts/ends near the corner of McBean/Perth.
Selected trips are extended to/from Munster Hamlet via Franktown and Munster. These trips start/end near the corner of Munster Side/Flewellyn.
PM trips do not serve Queensway Station, Pinecrest Station, and Bayshore Station.
The first PM trip is extended to end at the corner of Stittsville Main/Carp via Huntley after serving Richmond.
290 Hurdman Station McCarthy Replaces route 140 and follows the same routing as route 140.
293 Gatineau Blossom Park Replaces route 40 and follows the same routing as route 40.
298 Hurdman Station Walkley Replaces route 43 and follows the same routing as route 43.

Shopper (300s)[edit]

# Start End Notes
301 Carlingwood Mall Stittsville
Richmond
Effective 25 December 2016: Replaces route 201 as part of Confederation Line route renumbering. Operates on Mondays only.
No longer serves the Kanata Town Centre on Katimavik as of 20 April 2014.
Travels via Huntley, Stittsville Main, Hazeldean, Kanata Centrum at Terry Fox Station, the Transitway, and Carling to/from Carlingwood Mall.
302 St. Laurent Station Navan
Sarsfield
Cumberland
Effective 25 December 2016: Replaces route 202 as part of Confederation Line route renumbering. Operates on Tuesdays only.
Does not serve Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Travels via Dunning, Colonial, Navan, Orléans, and the Transitway to/from St. Laurent Station.
303 Carlingwood Mall Stittsville
Carp
Dunrobin
Effective 25 December 2016: Replaces route 203 as part of Confederation Line route renumbering. Operates on Wednesdays only.
No longer serves the Kanata Town Centre on Katimavik as of 20 April 2014.
Travels via Carp, Langstaff, March, Dunrobin, and Porcupine, also serving Kanata Centrum, the Transitway, and Carling to/from Carlingwood Mall.
304 Billings Bridge Station Osgoode
Greely
Metcalfe
Effective 25 December 2016: Replaces route 204 as part of Confederation Line route renumbering. Operates on Thursdays only.
Travels via Aviation, Lester, Bank, Parkway, Manotick Station, Snake Island, Victoria and 8th Line.
Effective 6 September 2015: The route within Greely changes. Buses travel via Apple Orchard, Stagecoach, Mitch Owens, Old Prescott, and Parkway.[12]
305 Carlingwood Mall Manotick
Kars
North Gower
Effective 25 December 2016: Replaces route 205 as part of Confederation Line route renumbering. Operates on Fridays only.
Travels via Century West, 4th Line, Roger Stevens, Rideau Valley, 1st Line, Bankfield, Manotick, Jockvale, the Transitway, and Carling to/from Carlingwood Mall.

Events (400s)[edit]

These routes were formally known as Connexion routes, until the re-branding of express routes in December 2016.
Note Information subject to change.

Route Start End Notes
401 Blair Station Canadian Tire Centre Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Effective 28 June 2015: Does not serve Train Station and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Travels via the east Transitway, Hurdman Station, Lees Station, and Highway 417, also stopping at Bank/Catherine, Bronson/Catherine, Parkdale, and Carling/Kirkwood.
402 Billings Bridge Station Canadian Tire Centre Travels on the southeast Transitway between Billings Bridge Station and South Keys Station, also serving Hunt Club, Woodroffe, Baseline Station, and Iris Station.
Travels via Woodroffe northbound between Iris and Highway 417.
403 Hurdman Station Canadian Tire Centre Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Serves the central Transitway. Stops on Rideau instead of Mackenzie King Station.
404 Pinecrest Station Canadian Tire Centre Serves the west Transitway.
405 Trim Station Canadian Tire Centre Serves Trim Station, Place d'Orléans Station, and Jeanne d'Arc Station.
406 Riverview Station Canadian Tire Centre Extended to serve Riverview Station via Nepean Woods Station and Beatrice Station.[21] Also serves the southwest Transitway.
Travels via Woodroffe northbound between Iris and Highway 417.

These routes operate on game days for the Ottawa Redblacks and Ottawa Fury FC, as well as other major events taking place at TD Place Stadium.[5][6]

Route Start End Notes
450 Rideau Centre TD Place Stadium Travels via Rideau and Bank to supplement route 1 and route 7.
451 Blair Station TD Place Stadium Effective 20 December 2015: Travels via Highway 417 and Vanier between Campus Station and Hurdman Station.[11]
Effective 28 June 2015: Does not serve Train Station and Cyrville Station due to work on the Confederation Line.[3]
Travels via the east Transitway, the southeast Transitway between Billings Bridge Station and Hurdman Station, and Bank.
452 South Keys Station TD Place Stadium Serves the southeast Transitway between South Keys Station and Billings Bridge Station, as well as Bank.
454 Terry Fox Station TD Place Stadium Travels via the west Transitway between Terry Fox Station and Queensway Station, as well as Bank.
455 Trim Station TD Place Stadium Serves Trim Station, Place d'Orléans Station, and Jeanne d'Arc Station, as well as Bank.
456 Barrhaven Centre Station TD Place Stadium Travels via the southwest Transitway between Barrhaven Centre Station and Baseline Station, as well as Baseline and Bank.

Rural (500s)[edit]

School (600s)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "OC Transpo Routes & Maps". Octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2014-08-13. 
  2. ^ a b c d "OC Transpo - Fares". OC Transpo. Retrieved 21 January 2017. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x "OC Transpo - On Track 2018". OC Transpo. April 2015. Retrieved 19 April 2015. 
  4. ^ a b c d e "OC Transpo - New Fall Service". Octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2014-08-11. 
  5. ^ a b c "The Game Plan to Get Downtown to Landsdowne". OttawaRedBlacks.com. Retrieved 2014-06-18. 
  6. ^ a b c "TD Place at Landsdowne". OCTranspo1.com. Retrieved 2014-06-18. 
  7. ^ a b c "Expanded O-Train Trillium Line service starts Monday, March 2". OC Transpo. February 2015. Retrieved 27 February 2015. 
  8. ^ "OC Transpo - OC Transpo's Business Plan". Octranspo1.com. 2011-04-13. Retrieved 2011-12-08. 
  9. ^ "OC Transpo". Octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2011-12-08. 
  10. ^ "New spring service starts April 23". octranspo.com. March 22, 2017. Retrieved March 22, 2017. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq "OC Transpo - On Track 2018 Lees - Hurdman Transitway Adjustments". OC Transpo. October 2015. Retrieved 29 October 2015. 
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h "OC Transpo - New Fall Service". OC Transpo. August 2015. Retrieved 22 August 2015. 
  13. ^ a b "OC Transpo - Routes 94 and 99 extended". Octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2014-07-12. 
  14. ^ "OC Transpo - Bus-only lanes and new station for Barrhaven". OC Transpo. Retrieved 2014-11-12. 
  15. ^ "Welcome to OC Transpo". Octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2014-04-28. 
  16. ^ "OC Transpo - New summer service starts June 19". OC Transpo. Retrieved 27 May 2016. 
  17. ^ "OC Transpo". Octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2011-12-08. 
  18. ^ "OC Transpo Introduces New Double-Decker Buses". octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2013-04-07. 
  19. ^ "OC Transpo - News". octranspo1.com. Retrieved 2014-05-16. 
  20. ^ "City to retire OC Transpo Route 76 to commemorate bus-train crash anniversary". Ottawa Citizen. July 11, 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-11. 
  21. ^ a b "Connexion 400 Map" (PDF). OC Transpo. November 2014. Retrieved 19 November 2014. 
  22. ^ "OC Transpo - News". OC Transpo. Retrieved 30 January 2015. 

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