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Getting to The Ottawa Hospital during construction season

Getting to the hospital during construction season can be frustrating. The City of Ottawa is on the move with major construction and renewal projects underway to ensure our city’s continued development as a global capital and ensure that Ottawa remains one of the best cities in which to live, work and invest.

This additional construction means getting around the city can be a challenge.  This web page will provide you with links to a variety of tools and tips offered by the City of Ottawa that may help you plan your journey to The Ottawa Hospital.

Please take the time to explore these tools and plan ahead.

Travel and Mobility Information

The City of Ottawa is providing tools, tips and resources to help keep you informed and keep you moving.

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Construction Projects and Traffic

Review the impacted areas for upcoming construction projects and see the interactive traffic map for current conditions.

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Traffic Cameras

Get a real-time look at how traffic is moving through key intersections.

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Roadwork and Street Closures

View a list of road closures and detours that might impact your commute.

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HWY 416 & 417 Traffic Report

Get up to the minute information on collisions, roadwork, and construction on the 416 & 417.

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Carpooling

Carpooling helps the environment, reduces traffic congestion and saves you money.

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Cycling Map

Use the geoOttawa cycling map to help pick your route.

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Ottawa Nav

Download the free Ottawa Nav App to help you travel through the city by receiving real-time, location specific travel information.

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  • Get real-time bus arrival information from your phone! Text 560-560 for bus arrival times.
  • Get mobile travel planning via your smartphone or tablet on at octranspo1.com/mobi.
  • Sign up to receive alerts by e-mail or text for specific bus routes, cancelled trips, elevator status etc. at www.octranspo.com/alerts.
  • If you are a senior citizen or an adult living with a physical disability in rural Ottawa, there are many rural transportation options available to help you travel to, from, or within your community.