OC Transpo Routes - Rural Partner Routes (500-Series)

Rural Partner Routes (500-Series)

These routes are not operated by OC Transpo.

Route Start End Operator Notes
500 Arnprior Super Express Arnprior Gatineau Transport Thom via Ottawa
502 Pakenham Ottawa N/A
503 Perth
509 Merrickville Howard Bus Service
515 Cornwall Delaney Bus Lines
520 Hawkesbury Gatineau Leduc Bus Lines via Ottawa
523 Embrun Ottawa Bergeron Bus Lines via Russell
524 Limoges Gatineau via Embrun, Vars and Ottawa
525 Ottawa via Embrun & Vars
526 Russell Gatineau via Ottawa
530 Clarence-Rockland Gatineau Clarence-Rockland Transpo
Leduc Bus Lines
via Ottawa
535 Bourget Clarence-Rockland Transpo
Lalonde Bus Lines
538 Carleton Place Ottawa
Bayshore
Lanark Community Transit Provides two-way service between Ottawa and Carleton Place. AM westbound and PM eastbound service starts/ends at Bayshore.
541 Chesterville Ottawa WUBS Transit via Winchester, Vernon and Greely
542 Kemptville Gatineau Kemptville Transportation Services via Ottawa
543 Ottawa N/A
551 Casselman Ottawa Transit Eastern Ontario Provides service later than other TEO routes.
552 Finch Gatineau via Berwick, Crysler, and Ottawa
553 Limoges Gatineau via Ottawa
555 Gatineau Casselman via Ottawa
556 Ottawa (Tunney's Pasture) via downtown Ottawa and Gatineau
557 St-Isidore Gatineau via Ottawa and North Glengarry
558 Casselman Gatineau via Ottawa
559
565 Inkerman Ottawa South Mountain Stagecoach Transit via Osgoode

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