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Tunney's Pasture

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Tunney's Pasture

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Bayview Station

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Bayview Station

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LeBreton Station

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LeBreton Station

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Downtown West Station

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Downtown West Station

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Downtown East Station

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Downtown East Station

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Rideau Station

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Rideau Station

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Campus Station

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Campus Station

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Lees Station

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Lees Station

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Hurdman Station

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Hurdman Station

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Train Station

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Train Station

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Maintenance and Storage Facility

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Maintenance and Storage Facility

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St. Laurent Station

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St. Laurent Station

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Cyrville Station

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Cyrville Station

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Blair Station

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Blair Station

The city released detailed designs for Ottawa's light-rail transit line in early December. The project calls for 13 stations to be built between Tunney's Pasture and Blair station, with construction scheduled to begin in early 2013. A consortium led by ACS Infrastructure has been selected as the city's preferred choice to build the $2.1-billion Confederation Line. Pictured below are artist renderings of the 13 stations running from west to east. Place your cursor over the photo to see the name of the station.

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  • Gen
    March 28, 2013 - 16:33

    Sigh. Based on the appearance of the outside structures, you'd think we lived in California or Bali. The architects who designed them should have to live and use public transportation in our city for 2 winters (just in case they get off easy 1 year!) and tell me what they think then -- minus -35degrees, wind, snow and all. There's a reason we have walls, roofs and front doors on all our commercial properties - and it's not for esthetics. With structures like these, global warming wouldn't come quick enough!!