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Rapibus Stations

Ten safe, accessible stations along the corridor offering a Wi-Fi zone and many other amenities. Learn more about them now.

At all stations:

Safety

  • Safe pedestrian crossing over the Rapibus lanes
  • Surveillance cameras
  • Emergency intercoms connected to the STO control centre

Accessibility

  • Tactile warning strip along the loading and unloading platforms to mark the edge of the area where buses circulate
  • Audio and/or visual system on the buses to announce the next stop
  • Access ramps to accommodate wheelchairs
  • Furniture placement that takes into account the space needed for wheelchair users
  • Push buttons to open the doors to enclosed waiting areas

Porte de quartier panels

  • A name, a place, an identity. A concept on panels that highlights the history and heritage of each neighbourhood around a station.

Labrosse station

351 Labrosse

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Amenities

  • Enclosed and semi-enclosed waiting areas with benches and radiant heating
  • Local platform: for connections between neighbourhood routes and routes using the Rapibus corridor
  • Park-and-ride with 266 parking spaces (the number of spaces will be doubled in summer 2014) and an emergency telephone connected to the STO control centre
  • 6 bicycle racks for 45 bicycles, with 28 sheltered spaces
  • Access to the bicycle path along the Rapibus corridor

Information tools

  • 3 variable message signs giving the time that the next buses will pass
  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

Gouin station

356 Gouin

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Amenities

Information tools

  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

Pedestrian crossing to access the Centre de formation professionnelle Compétence Outaouais and the businesses near the intersection of Maloney West and Saint-Louis.

De la Cité station

459 Cité

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Located in the heart of the Gatineau sector, this is the key Rapibus station, handling the greatest number of buses and riders. At 7,300 square feet, it is the largest of all the stations.

A work of art created by artist Marie-France Brière, titled Moraine.

Amenities

  • Semi-enclosed waiting areas with benches and an enclosed heated and air-conditioned waiting area
  • Local platform: for connections between neighbourhood routes and routes using the Rapibus corridor
  • Connections with Transcollines buses
  • STO service point
  • 4 sheltered bicycle racks for 21 bicycles
  • Access to the bicycle path along the Rapibus corridor
  • Public washrooms
  • Moca Loca Café Co. inside

Information tools

  • 4 variable message signs giving the time that the next buses will pass
  • 5 information screens inside the station
  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Safety and accessibility

  • Pedestrian overpass with elevators for people with reduced mobility. Allows people to cross the Rapibus lanes safely away from the buses.

Nearby 

  • Sports centre
  • Cégep de l'Outaouais
  • Maison de la Culture / Salle Odyssée
  • Guy-Sanche public library
  • Movie theatre

Les Promenades station

2 Alliance

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Amenities

Information tools

  • 2 variable message signs giving the time that the next buses will pass
  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

  • Les Promenades Gatineau shopping centre
  • Businesses along Maloney and Greber

De la Gappe station

109 Gappe

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Details of service at de la Gappe station

Route 300

If you have to travel to the Gatineau sector between 5:30 and 9 a.m., or to the downtown Hull sector and Ottawa between 2:45 and 6 p.m., you can take route 300 at the local platform #4 at this station.

Check the schedules for these routes.

Amenities 

  • Enclosed and semi-enclosed waiting areas with benches and radiant heating
  • Local platform: for connections between neighbourhood routes and routes using the Rapibus corridor
  • Connections with Transcollines buses
  • Park-and-ride with 200 parking spaces and an emergency telephone connected to the STO control centre
  • 5 bicycle racks for 36 bicycles, with 14 sheltered spaces
  • Access to the bicycle path along the Rapibus corridor

Information tools

  • 3 variable message giving the time that the next buses will pass
  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

  • SmartCentres Gatineau shopping centre

Lac-Leamy station

730 Carrière

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Amenities

Nearby

  • Lake Leamy Park
  • Businesses close to Carrière

Casino station

600 Carrière

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Amenities

Information tools

  • 2 variable message signs giving the time that the next buses will pass
  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

  • Casino du Lac-Leamy (direct access via a pedestrian crossing)
  • Businesses close to Carrière and Saint-Raymond

Les Galeries de Hull station

200 Carrière

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Amenities

Information tools

  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

  • Les Galeries de Hull shopping centre
  • Regular bus routes serving Montclair

Montcalm station

196 Montcalm

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Amenities

  • Enclosed and semi-enclosed waiting areas with benches and radiant heating
  • 3 bicycle racks for 21 bicycles

Information tools

  • 1 variable message signs giving the time that the next buses will pass
  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

  • La Fonderie
  • Businesses and buildings along Montcalm

Taché-UQO station

100 Alexandre-Taché

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Amenities

  • Enclosed and semi-enclosed waiting areas with benches and radiant heating
  • Bicycle rack for 7 bicycles

Information tools

  • Information panels (transit map, bus schedules and individual route maps)

Nearby

  • Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO)
  • Businesses along Alexandre-Taché and Saint-Joseph

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