The Ottawa-Gatineau region is the fourth-largest urban area in Canada, with a population of just over 1.2 million people. The area made up of three different municipalities: the City of Ottawa, Ontario; the City of Gatineau, Quebec; and the rural MRC des Collines de l’Outaouais, also in Quebec. The urban area of Ottawa is served by OC Transpo, while Gatineau is served by the Société de transport de l’Outaouais, or STO. OC Transpo and STO service overlaps in the downtown cores of both cities, especially along Rideau and Wellington Streets in Ottawa, and along boul. Maisonneuve and rue Laurier in Gatineau. In addition, there are several charter bus companies providing service in the counties surrounding the region. Click below to see photos of buses in Ottawa and Gatineau.
OC Transpo (395 photos+10 thumbnails) (Updated!)