Rails and ties being stored along Earl Armstrong near Bowesville bridge for Trillium Line Stage 2. This area will become a large Park and Ride for the Station.
The new O-Train Earl Armstrong Bridge for Trillium Line Stage 2. The massive and rare elm tree has survived!
At S. Bowesville Rd overpass the structure is complete, but no embankments yet. Future Station and Park & Ride will be to the East side.
At Earl Armstrong crossing near Bowesville, the bridge is complete, it can span 4+ lanes. Will that magnificent, rare American Elm survive?
Snapshot of Bowesville Station - December 19, 2020
Bowesville Station will be a new station located east of Bowesville Road and south of Earl Armstrong Road. The new station is a line and transfer station with a park and ride facility, which will be constructed with an initial capacity of 800 spaces and designed to facilitate a capacity of approximately 2,000 spaces. It will provide parking facilities for southern communities such as Greely, Manotick and Metcalfe.
The station will have a minimum one fare paid entrance and designed to allow the bus platform to remain accessible to the public while securing the train during non-operating hours.