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Rapibus Corridor

What is the Rapibus corridor?

The Rapibus is part of the system operated by the Société de transport de l'Outaouais (STO). Unique in Quebec, it is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system built along the existing railway right-of-way.

It is a two-way corridor more than 12 km long that is reserved exclusively for buses. It links Labrosse and Alexandre-Taché boulevards and provides service to the downtown areas of the Hull sector and Ottawa along reserved lanes.

Stations

Ten stations along the corridor offer numerous amenities.

Rapibus corridor map

Park-and-ride lots and bicycle paths

Two new incentive parking lots and a 10.7 km bicycle path along the corridor (from Labrosse station to Les Galeries de Hull station) let you opt for transportation that combines both bike and bus.

Advantages

  • A system with high-frequency routes along a corridor.
  • Higher capacity, quieter and cleaner articulated buses, combined with regular buses.
  • Local routes serving various areas of interest in a neighbourhood and converging at a terminus, such as a Rapibus station or a park-and-ride.
  • Easy access to the main business, academic, recreational and commercial centres.
Illustration of the Rapibus corridor

 

The Rapibus is part of a new public transit system that takes the needs of the entire community into account. It is a new way of travelling, for a future… together!

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