OC Transpo is the urban transit service of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The system carries approximately 97.1 million annual riders (340,000 daily trips). An integrated hub-and-spoke system of services is available consisting of:
regular buses travelling on fixed routes in mixed traffic, typical of most urban transit systems;
a bus rapid transit (BRT) system — a high frequency bus service operating on the transitway — a network of mostly grade-separated dedicated bus lanes within their own right-of-way and having full stations with Park & Ride facilities further supported by on-road reserved bus lanes and priority traffic signal controls;
a light rail transit (LRT) system known as the O-Train operating on one north-south route, the Trillium Line; and
a door-to-door bus service for the disabled known as ParaTranspo.
In December 2012, Ottawa City Council approved a major infrastructure project to build a 12.5 km east-west LRT line, the Confederation Line through the downtown to replace the existing BRT by 2018.
OC Transpo routes also provides 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. More details on Wikipedia