Taking a look at Blair, Cyrville, St. Laurent, Tremblay and Hurdman Stations along the O-Train Confederation Line in Ottawa, Ontario. With plenty of Alstom Citadis Spirit LRV testing taking place, the stations are bustling with activity and life. This video was filmed entirely on May 31st, 2019.
The station will be a fare-paid zone. As a result, the wood fence separates it from the entrance area for local residents.
The station entrance, with the multi-use pathway connecting beyond the entrance tunnel.
Reverse angle of the same area. The station entrance is to the right behind the Hurdman station lantern.
Looking inside the entrance, you can find the fare gates.
The fare vending machines to the right.
One of the gates to connect from the LRT to the bus lines.
The Confederation Line platforms are located above.
Additional stairs at the far ends of the platforms.
The overhead guideway of the Confederation Line. It will no doubt remind many of the Walt Disney World Monorail system.
The guideway continuing towards Lees Station, while passing over the Rideau River. The multi-use pathway continues from Hurdman to Lees and beyond.
Looking back towards Hurdman Station.
Another look inside, seeing the elevators, stairs and escalators. The overhead wayfinding signage is easily seen and followed.
The bus platforms below and the Confederation Line above.
Panoramic view of Hurdman Station. The bus platforms are to the far left.
The Kiss-and-Ride area, for pick up and drop off.