Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission route 144 'Ottawa South & Hurdman/South Keys & Downtown'

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144 'Ottawa South & Hurdman/South Keys & Downtown'

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Route 144 was a bus route operated by OC Transpo in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Route Details

The routing of route 144

Route 144 was a regular route that ran from Hurdman to Greenboro in southeast Ottawa. Route operated 7 days and extended to and from downtown during peak periods.

History

September 5th, 1995

  • Will have a shorter routing and will end at the new Southeast Transitway at Greenboro Station. It will be supplemented with new Routes 143 and 145.
  • Route will provide early morning trips, replacing Route 844.
  • Service south of Billings Bridge Station will be replaced by an extension of Route 1, which will also end at Greenboro Station.

December 24th, 1995

  • A 5:50 AM trip from Greenboro Station has been added.

April 7th, 1996

  • Route will no longer operate southbound from St. Laurent to Elmvale during the early morning.

July 14th, 1996

  • Will be rerouted to stay on Conroy to Walkley instead of St. Laurent. Service along St. Laurent is still available with Route 112.

August 31st, 1997

  • Will be scheduled to provide evenly timed service through the community.

April 25th, 1999

  • The 4:26 AM trip departing Elmvale is cancelled due to low ridership.

August 29th, 1999

  • Route is combined with Route 42 to become revised Route 144.
  • During peak periods the route will be extended to and from downtown.
  • Route is extended from Elmvale to St. Laurent station.
  • Route now travels from Conroy via St. Laurent instead of Walkley to replace Route 112.

June 24th, 2001

  • New special supplementary service to JDS Uniphase which will operate during selected trips.

April 21st, 2002

  • Supplementary service to JDS Uniphase will be cancelled due to plant closures.

September 1st, 2002

  • For improved service in the community, Routes 144 and 145 will be cancelled and combined into new Route 84.

Previous route maps

September 2001
August 1999
April 1997

Points of Interest/Popular Locations

  • Greenboro statiom
  • Hurdman station
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Regular and Peak Period
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Active routes 140 - 141
Inactive routes 140 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 142 - 143 - 144 - 144 - 145 - 145 - 146 - 147 - 148 - 149
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Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission (OC Transpo)
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Routes
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CURRENT ROUTE CLASSIFICATIONS
O-Train Line 1 - Line 2
Rapid 45 - 61-63 - 94-95, 97-99
Frequent & Local 5-19 - 20-29 - 30-39 - 40-49 - 50-59 - 64 & 66 - 80-89 - 91-93 & 96 - 100-109 - 110-119 - 130-139 - 140-149 - 150-159 - 160-169 - 170-179 - 180-189 - 190-199
Connexion 220-229 - 230-239 - 250-259 - 260-269 - 270-279 - 280-289 - 290-299
Shopper 301-305
Events (Canadian Tire Centre) 401-406
Events (TD Place/Landsdowne) 450-452 & 454-456
Rural partner 500-599
School 5-199 - 600-699
Employee shuttles 900-999


INACTIVE ROUTE CLASSIFICATIONS
Regular & Regular Limited Service 1-19 - 20-29 - 30-39 - 40-49 - 50-59 - 64 & 66 - 80-89 - 91-93 & 96 - 100-109 - 110-119 - 120-129 - 130-139 - 140-149 - 150-159 - 160-169 - 170-179 - 180-189 - 190-199
Peak Period 6 - 10 - 11 - 13 - 15 - 19 - 24 - 29 - 40-49 - 50-51 - 55-57 - 67 - 82 - 86 - 102-103 - 107-108 - 119 - 133 - 136 - 140 - 155 - 157-158 - 162-163 - 167 - 169 - 179 - 180-189 - 190-199
Express 20-29 - 30-39 - 45 - 59 - 60-66 - 68-69 - 70-78 - 90-91
Rural Express & Shopper 200-205 - 221-222 - 228 - 245 - 261-263 - 283 - 296
CommuniBus 306 - 316 - 356
O-Train & Peak Period Connector 700-799
Early morning 800-899
Shuttle Routes Amberwood, Manotick, Stittsville and West Ridge
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Services in Gatineau
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Société de transport de l'Outaouais (STO)