Trillium Line South is one of the three major extensions to Ottawa’s light rail transit system, opening in 2021. Trillium is an existing Line with eight kilometres of track and five stations.
This extension will see the Trillium Line continue from Greenboro to Bowesville in Riverside South, along with an additional three-kilometre spur line to provide a connection to the Macdonald-Cartier International Airport. New stations will be equipped with fare vending machines and fare gates to be consistent with the fare control system being implemented by OC Transpo in 2017, on the existing Trillium Line stations. In total, these extensions will add 12 kilometres of track and seven new stations to the eight kilometers and five stations that Trillium Line provides today.
- South Keys
- Earl Armstrong/Bowesville
- Uplands (Ernst & Young Centre)
- Twelve kilometres of new rail and seven new stations
- Provides new rail transit connections for communities in Riverside South while bringing rail closer to Manotick, Findlay Creek, Greely and Osgoode.
- Connects to bus service in Barrhaven via the newly opened Vimy Memorial Bridge.
- Serves growing demand along existing route with new stations at Walkley and Gladstone.
- Enhances the pathway network by providing a parallel multi-use pathway along the length of the extension, integrating into the new stations and connecting to adjacent communities and destinations.
TRILLIUM LINE SOUTH: BY THE NUMBERS
of new rail
new park-and-ride spaces