Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission, commonly known as OC Transpo is the urban transit service of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. An integrated hub-and-spoke system of services is available consisting of: Fixed-Route Buses; The O-Train - a light rail system; The Transitway - a bus rapid transit (BRT) system of mostly grade-separated dedicated bus lanes within their own right-of-way; and Para Transpo - a door-to-door bus service for the disabled. OC Transpo routes also provide service to the downtown core of the nearby city of Gatineau, Quebec, especially during rush hour. Rush-hour service is also provided to a park and ride lot in the Township of Russell. Since 1979, OC Transpo has operated 650 Orion-built buses.
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