Line 2 - Trillium Line

Trillium Line - Overview

The Trillium Line, also known as Line 2 of the O-Train network, first opened on October 15, 2001 and runs North to South in Ottawa. Pictured above is the Bombardier Talent 643, the first train…

Alstom Coradia LINT 41

The trainsets being transported by ship. (Photo Credit : Alstom Transport / Agathe Alcaras) ‚ÄčThe Alstom Coradia LINT 41 is a two-car articulated rail train built by Alstom. The acronym LINT is short for "Light…

Stadler FLIRT

On May 3, 2018 the city announced it would be purchasing seven new Stadler FLIRT (Fast Light Innovative Regional Train) trains to be used on the Trillium Line after the completion of the Stage 2 upgrades.…

Behind the Scenes : Alstom Coradia LINT simulator

O-Train Fans goes Behind the Scenes at OC Transpo's operator training centre to explore the Alstom Coradia LINT simulator. Learn about how the O-Train is operated and controlled, the manual train control, as well as…

Behind the Scenes : Walkley Yard - Maintenance and Storage Facility

Walkley Yard is the maintenance and storage facility that services the trains of OC Transpo's O-Train Trillium Line (Line 2). It is located just northeast of Greenboro Station. Walkley Yard was originally a CN Rail facility…

Bombardier Talent 643

The Bombardier Talent 643 is a three-car articulated rail train built by Bombardier in Europe. These trains were actually purchased as part of an order with Deutsche Bahn in Germany, and in fact are identical…

The Stations of the Trillium Line