Trillium Line

Overview of the Trillium Line

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 model used.First called the O-Train, this line was a pilot project to see the public's reception and to test alternative modes of public transit in Ottawa. The system was quick and inexpensive to setup, due to it using an already…

Alstom Coradia LINT 41

​The Alstom Coradia LINT 41 is a two-car articulated rail train built by Alstom. The acronym LINT is short for "Light Innovative Local Transport rail vehicle". These trains arrived in Ottawa in June 2013, and entered service on March 2, 2015, their entry retiring the original Bombardier Talent trains. OC Transpo operates 6 Alstom Coradia LINT trains on the Trillium Line. In regular service, 4 trains run concurrently along the line, with 2 trains kept…

Walkley Yard

Walkley Yard is the maintenance and storage facility that services the trains of the Trillium Line. It is located just north east of Greenboro Station.

The Stations of the Trillium Line