Millennium station (Ottawa)
Millennium station is a current rapid-transit stop and a future OC Transpo Transitway Station located in the Orleans area of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, just south of the intersection of Innes Road and Trim Road. Starting in September 2007, it is the eastern terminus of most Route 94 trips as well as routes 22, 30 and 122. It is also located just southwest of École secondaire Gisèle-Lalonde which is served by routes 30, 33, 122, 135, 611, 612 and 632.
|Ottawa Transitway station|
|Location||Millennium Boulevard, Ottawa, Ontario|
|Owned by||OC Transpo|
The Millennium stop first appeared in the OC Transpo official route network map for their 2007-2008 schedule that is in effect starting on September 2, 2007. The stop itself was expected to be the eastern terminus of a future Transitway segment that would connect to Blair station by 2013. The Ottawa 2020 Transportation Master Plan also has plans to convert the bus rapid transit segment to a future east-west by 2021 light-rail route from Kanata to Orleans via Bells Corners, Nepean Centre, South Keys and Greenboro with a connection to the existent north-south O-Train Trillium Line that runs from Greenboro to Bayview stations with plans to extend south and north towards Leitrim/Riverside South and Downtown respectively although without serving Barrhaven South due to the canceled extension plan of the original north-south line project in December 2006.
The following routes serve Millennium station:
Rapid Routes: 94
Local Routes: 30 122
Peak-Only Routes: 22
School Routes: 618 630
The following routes serve École secondaire publique Gisèle-Lalonde:
30 33 122 135 611 612 632
- Route 30 is extended to/from downtown during peak periods.
- Route 30 doesn't serve this station during the late evenings Monday-Friday or in the evenings on weekends.
- Route 122 doesn't serve this station during the late evenings Monday-Sunday.
- "Millennium" (PDF). Station Layout. OC Transpo. December 2014. Retrieved March 10, 2016.
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