Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission route 13
Route 13 was a bus route operated by OC Transpo in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Route 13 was a peak period route that ran from LeBreton Station to Ottawa-Rockcliffe (Crichton/Beechwood). This Route was to mainly supplemented Route 3 during peak periods to ease the overcrowding from government employees who'd board/disembark at Ottawa City Hall (Foreign Affairs today).
September 23rd, 1986
- Route was renumbered from Route 53.
September 6th, 1987
- Route is shortened eastbound to start and end at Hurdman Station.
June 28th, 1989
- Route has new terminus southbound at Fisher/Prince of Wales.
- No longer serves River Road and instead continues on Vanier.
June 24th, 1990
- Route is extended to end/start at Prince of Wales/Meadowlands (Riverside).
- Route is shortened eastbound to end at Sussex/John.
June 23rd, 1997
- Route is extended eastbound to Crichton/Beechwood.
August 29th, 1999
- Route is shortened to run between LeBreton Station and Crichton/Beechwood.
- Service between downtown and Nepean Centre is replaced by more trips during peak periods on Route 3.
- Service on Falaise, Benson and Inverness is removed. Alternative service is available on Route 3 along Fisher, Routes 57 and 156 along Chesterton and Routes 86, 111 and 117 along Meadowlands.
January 2nd, 2000
- Cancelled and replaced by an extension on Route 3.
Previous route maps
Points of Interest/Popular Locations
- Ottawa City Hall
- Confederation Square
- LeBreton Station