How Will I Get To It?


  • Connecting to the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018 will be easy.
  • With more than 100 different bus routes connecting directly to one or more of the new 13 O-Train Confederation Line stations – and with integrated pedestrian and cycling networks across the line – there will be plenty of options when it comes to getting to the nearest station to catch your train.
  • Traveling by bus and connecting to the Confederation Line will be part of many customers’ daily commute in 2018.
  • The O-Train Confederation Line will also connect to the O-Train Trillium Line at Bayview Station, providing a convenient connection for students attending Carleton University and the University of Ottawa.
  • All stations will have cycling connections, bicycle parking, and bike “runnels” to let you easily walk your bike up and down the stairs.
  • For those who will be arriving by car or taxi, most O-Train Confederation Line stations will have on-street access for vehicles within the vicinity of the station entrance for passenger pick-up and drop-off. Hurdman and Tunney’s Pasture stations will have clearly marked passenger pick-up and drop-off spots for safe and convenient station access.
  • O-Train Confederation Line stations will be easy to see from a distance. In addition to their open concept design, station entrances will have a large and bright lantern box featuring the station name, as well as an illuminated red O symbol mounted on a post (pylon).
  • O-Train Confederation Line stations will also have intuitive and clear wayfinding signage to help you on your journey.
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