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St-Laurent is a station on Ottawa's transitway located at St. Laurent Boulevard and the Queensway.[2] The station is integrated to its surroundings, with direct indoor pedestrian access to the St. Laurent Shopping Centre. It serves as a major hub between transitway and local east end routes and has a ticket sales and information office. The station is to be converted to a light rail station in 2019, as part of Ottawa's Confederation Line project.

Ottawa - Line 1 Confederation Line - with border.svg
O-Train station
St-Laurent Station.JPG
LocationOttawa, Ontario
Coordinates45°25′14″N 75°38′17″W / 45.42056°N 75.63806°W / 45.42056; -75.63806Coordinates: 45°25′14″N 75°38′17″W / 45.42056°N 75.63806°W / 45.42056; -75.63806
Owned byOC Transpo
ClosedJune 28, 2015 (lower/Transitway level only)
RebuiltSeptember 2019[1]
Preceding station   OC Transpo   Following station
toward Stittsville
Route 61Terminus
Route 62
toward Baseline
Route 91
toward Trim
toward Riverview
Route 94
toward Millennium
Route 95
toward Trim
Route 95
toward Trim
New services
Ottawa - Line 1 Confederation Line.svg Confederation Line
toward Blair
A Confederation Line train exiting the St-Laurent station tunnel in January 2018.

The station has two distinct platform areas. One platform area below grade serves main transitway route 95, Connexion routes and other routes using the transitway. In addition, intercity bus services also stop here on request. A second platform at grade serves numerous Local routes. The two platforms are connected primarily via escalators, in addition to the standard staircases and elevators.

This station required the complete reconstruction of the St. Laurent Boulevard / Highway 417 interchange and the construction of a tunnel to allow the transitway to cross underneath the Queensway. Its construction was linked to the last major expansion of the shopping centre in 1987.

In addition to serving the shopping centre, it serves numerous commercial and industrial areas in the area and is a major transfer point for east-end commuters, making it one of the busiest stations. An office building occupied in part by ING is also 200 metres west of the station.

On June 28, 2015, the main Transitway platforms closed for Confederation Line construction. As well, the Transitway between Hurdman station and Blair station is closed until 2019 so routes either end at Blair Station or Hurdman Station or travel via Ottawa Road 174 toward downtown. As well, new route 91 and all Connexion routes eastbound do not serve St. Laurent Station toward Orleans.[3]


The following routes serve St. Laurent station:
Rapid Routes: 61 62 94 95 104
Frequent Routes: 7 14 40 106
Local Routes: 18 19 24 47 101 129 199
Connexion Routes: 224(AM)
Shoppers' Routes: 302
Event Routes: 401 451
School Routes: 28 148 633

 98  Rapid routes
 40  Frequent routes
 162  Local routes
 298  Connexion routes
 401  300s: Shopper routes
400s: Event routes
600s: School routes
Future service post-LRT opening
Stop Routes
A  24   40   47   302 
B None
C  N39 
D  7   14   18   19   20   27 


  1. ^ Porter, Kate (June 18, 2019). "RTG promises to hand over LRT to city in August". Retrieved June 18, 2019.
  2. ^ "St. Laurent" (PDF). Station Layout. OC Transpo. Dec 2015. Retrieved March 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ "OC Transpo - On Track 2018 - Transitway Closure". OC Transpo. Retrieved 19 June 2015.

External linksEdit

  Media related to St-Laurent station at Wikimedia Commons