As of 19:30 Sunday, the OC Transpo Transitway reopened after the deadly accident on Friday at Westboro Station.
It had been closed between Lincoln Fields and Westboro immediately after the two-story collision that killed three people and left 23 others injured.
According to the city of Ottawa, customers will be able to access the service as usual on the platforms from Sunday night.
The Transitway and all stations will reopen at 7:30 pm tonight. The OC Transpo team will be on site tonight and tomorrow to help customers. The public health team will also be on hand to help passengers cope with any mental health conditions resulting from the accident on Friday.
– Jim Watson (@JimWatsonOttawa) January 13, 2019
Space designated to honor:
Members of the public who wish to leave a memento or memorial item for the victims of the collision are invited to leave items in one of two temporary memory locations:
Westbound Transitway platform at the lower level; and,
The northwest corner of Scott and Athlone (upper level).
The public is asked to meet on the Scott Street sidewalk in front of the station if they wish to hold a vigil or other meeting in support of the victims.
An update on the patients in our care, related to the collision at Westboro Station: Patients who were already in critical condition were transferred to severe conditions. Thank you all for your wishes well to patients and their families.
– The Ottawa Hospital (@OttawaHospital) January 13, 2019
OC Transpo says they want to thank customers and residents for understanding and patience during this time.