Behind the Scenes

EXCLUSIVE Sneak Peek of Limebank Station: The Southern Terminus of O-Train Line 2

Get ready for an exclusive insider's look at the exciting developments on O-Train Line 2 in Ottawa! Scheduled to reopen later in 2023, this major project is entering its final stages, with construction nearing completion and testing and commissioning in full swing. 

Rail Fans Canada had the privilege of an invitation to explore the future terminus station at Limebank, and we can't wait to share this extraordinary experience with you. The O-Train Line 2 expansion will significantly extend the line from its original 8km to an impressive 20km, with a total of 11 new and revamped stations. 

A standout feature of this expansion is the incorporation of elevated segments, adding a unique architectural flair to the overall design. But that's not all—there's an exciting bonus for travelers: the introduction of a separate spur line, Line 4, known as the Airport Link. This convenient link will connect South Keys Station to the airport, ensuring seamless access to the O-Train network for airport passengers. Line 4 stretches across 4km and boasts three stations, including South Keys. 

In this video, we take you on a captivating walkthrough tour of Limebank station, providing you with an up-close look at the future terminus. Additionally, we had the privilege of interviewing Theophilus Tettey, the Program Manager of the Rail Construction Program at the City of Ottawa. With his expertise and insights, we gain a deeper understanding of the construction process and the exciting features awaiting passengers on the expanded O-Train Line 2. 

Don't miss this exciting journey as we delve into the progress and innovation surrounding the O-Train Line 2 expansion. Witness the remarkable transformation of Ottawa's transportation infrastructure and catch a glimpse of what's on the horizon for commuters and rail enthusiasts alike.

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