A user's guide: Everything you need to know about taking Ottawa's LRT

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By Jon Willing, Ottawa Citizen, August 22, 2019

The launch of the O-Train Confederation Line is the start of a new era of public transit in Ottawa as the city becomes more dependent on electrified trains to get across the city.

The LRT system, which runs between Tunney’s Pasture and Blair stations via a 2.5-kilometre downtown tunnel, replaces the crosstown bus routes through the core. Instead of taking a bus across that 12.5-kilometre stretch, transit customers will need to board the Confederation Line during the LRT operating hours.

We have assembled some of readers’ most frequently asked questions about the LRT system and found the answers.

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