"How to reach the center of the city" Public transit - city Tip by neverstoptravel
Public transit - city, Ottawa: 26 reviews and 24 photos
If you arrive by air, take Bus #97 in front of the arrival hall and get off at Macken-
zie King or Albert Kent, only a few minutes walking distance to Parliament Hill, Westin, Chateua Laurier; get off at Macken-zie King and transit 21/31/33/35 on Rideau St.--on the other side of the building to Museum of Civilization; get off at Lebreton to War Museum.
If you arrive by bus, step out of the station onto Catherine St. East and turn left(North) on Bank St., then take any bus (#1/#7) north bound and get off at Parliament Hill, or Rideau Center.
If you arrive by train, then take Bus 95 west bound and get off at the same stop of Bus 97.
Pop-up transfer valid within 1.5 hours.
Day pass purchased on bus:$7.25 served as familiy pass on Sunday and public holidays.
Exact fare and no change.
The city has no metro system but does have a light rail which connects Bayview and Greenboro(Southkey). However, it is mostly used by those who live in south end of the city but work downtown so that they may park & ride, or by those who study at Carleton University. Bus pass and transfer except bus ticket can be used on the train.
Be prepared for travelling on Sunday and public holidays for its' reduced schedule.
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