Old Ottawa South Community Association

Grey Cup Transportation Game Plan

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Grey Cup 2017 festivities will be in full force at Lansdowne and beyond November 21-26, 2017. Here's what the plans are for getting to & from the game and other activities, with more details found at the Grey Cup Festival website


Free OC Transpo and STO Service

- All Day November 22-27

- All Routes

- For Grey Cup Game Ticket Holders – your ticket is your unlimited pass to free transit to and from Lansdowne from Wednesday, November 22, until Monday, November 27. Show your game ticket to the driver.

- For Grey Cup Festival Ticket Holders – Free transit three hours before and three hours following your festival event. Use your event ticket and show the printed or e-ticket to the driver.

- OC Transpo Routes 6 & 7 stop at Lansdowne and near ByWard Market and Shaw Centre

Free Grey Cup Shuttle Service

- Between Shaw Centre, Downtown Zone, and TD Place/Lansdowne (via QED)

- Thursday, November 23, to Saturday, November 25

- 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. (midnight)

- Service every 30 minutes

- Free for everyone


Free OC Transpo & STO Service

- All Day on November 26

- All Routes

- Free for Ticket Holders (Show your printed or e-ticket to the driver)

Free TD Place Park & Shuttle

- 12:00 p.m. (Noon) to 12:00 a.m. (Midnight)

- Parking at Canada Post, VincentMassey, and City Hall

- Free for Grey Cup Game Ticket Holders

450 Series (OC Transpo) & 800/850 Series (STO) Bus Service

- 2:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. (midnight)

- Free for Grey Cup Game Ticket Holders (Show your printed or e-ticket to the driver)

Group Buses

- 12:00 p.m. (Noon) to 12:00 a.m. (Midnight)

- Free for Grey Cup Game Ticket Holders

- Canada Post for parking then jump on the TD Place Park and Shuttle to get to the stadium

Bicycle Parking 

- NO parking onsite at Lansdowne

- Parking at Sunnyside Library and Sylvia Holden Park

Curb Side Drop Off

- Taxi Staging: Fifth Avenue – Bank to Rupert

- General Pick-up/Drop-off: Fifth Avenue –  Rupert to O’Connor

Road Closures

- Bank Street Exclusion Zone

- Fifth Avenue to Sunnyside Avenue (authorized vehicles only)

- Bank Street Transit Priority Measures

- Chamberlain to Riverside (transit only curb lanes)

Bank Street closes (Fifth to Sunnyside) starting at 2pm for duration of the game.

Bank Street lane modification (Chamberlain to Riverside) transit priority, with general traffic allowed on inside lanes only.

The excitement begins on November 21, 2017 when the Grey Cup arrives in the nation’s capital to kick-off the Grey Cup Festival. The week-long festival will feature more than 30 free and ticketed events—headlined by the Grey Cup Festival Concert Series presented by TD, 2017 Shaw CFL Awards and Rev-Up Party, Nissan Titan Street Festival, Gridiron Gals event, Family Fun Zone, and the ever-popular RNation Party—offering something for everyone.

Visit GreyCupFestival105.ca for more information on the 105th Grey Cup Festival.

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