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Alstom light rail vehicles enter service at OC Transpo

The Alstom Coradia Lint for Ottawa has a capacity of 260 passengers and is designed for enhanced passenger comfort and experience. The train also features a low-floor for easy access, spacious seating and aisles, large panoramic windows and on-board bicycle storage.

Study suggests Canadian transit systems merge

The “downtown circulator” would mainly serve tourists and federal government workers and would be much more efficient than the current OC Transpo and Société de transport de l'Outaouais bus runs through the shared core of the capital now.

Ottawa light rail plan estimated at $76M

Under the city's current plans, the O-Train line is to be converted from diesel technology to a double-track electric light-rail line and extended about 20 years from now. Transit financial plans do not contemplate funding for construction in the railway corridor until after 2031.