Tremblay station

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This article is about the transitway station in Ottawa. For the railway station, see Ottawa Train Station.
Tremblay
Former Ottawa Transitway station
Future O-Train Station
Oc-train-4-wbound.jpg
Coordinates 45°25′02″N 75°39′07″W / 45.41722°N 75.65194°W / 45.41722; -75.65194Coordinates: 45°25′02″N 75°39′07″W / 45.41722°N 75.65194°W / 45.41722; -75.65194
Owned by OC Transpo
Connections VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg Ottawa Train Station
History
Closed 28 June 2015
Rebuilt May 2018 (As LRT station)
Services
Preceding station   OC Transpo   Following station
toward Stittsville
Route 61
Terminus
toward Stittsville
Route 62
Terminus

Tremblay will be an O-Train station on Ottawa's new LRT Confederation Line in 2018, which will be connected to Ottawa's main railway station. This station will replace the former Transitway Station known as Train Station, which closed on June 28, 2015. As well, the Transitway between Hurdman Station and Blair Station is closed until 2018, meaning routes either end at Blair Station or Hurdman Station, or travel via Ottawa Road 174 toward downtown. Service to Ottawa Train Station during this period is provided by routes 61 and 62 on Tremblay Road.[1]

Service[edit]

The following routes currently connect to the Ottawa Train Station:
Rapid Routes: 61 62 94 95
Connexion Routes: 232pm

Notes[edit]

  • Early morning service on route 94 is provided in the westbound direction only.
  • Routes 94, 95 and 232 are available on Tremblay Road in front of the Ottawa Train Station.

Gallery[edit]

Former Transitway Station[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OC Transpo - On Track 2018 - Transitway Closure". OC Transpo. Retrieved 19 June 2015. 

External links[edit]