Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission route 2 O-Train 'Trillium Line'
(This is a summary of Line 2 and its routing. For a full history of the Trillium Line (Line 2), see Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission O-Train 'Trillium Line')
Line 2 is a light-rail service in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and is part of the O-Train system. It consists of one 8km, north-south line running on a former Canadian Pacific railway line. The line is completely separated grade separated, and during operating hours is not shared with other trains. The line has connections with the Transitway, the Confederation Line, and also serves Carleton University.
December 24th, 2017
- Renumbered from 750 to Line 2 in prepertion for the lauch of the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018.
- Confederation Station will become Mooney’s Bay Station to avoid confusion with the Confederation Line.
August 28th, 2019
- Line 2's Bayview Station platform was moved about 150m north to connect to Line 1 service.
- Train C-5 was the first train at the new Bayview platform.
Previous route maps
Points of Interest/Popular Locations
- Bayview Station
- Carling Station
- Carleton Station
- Confederation Station
- Greenboro Station