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Ottawa: Taxi & Car Hire
The taxi services are abundant in Ottawa, with plenty of cabs often parked at taxi ranks (especially in front of large central hotel and main buildings). BlueLine (613-238-1111) and Capital Taxi (613-744-3333) are the two large taxi services that offer city-wide services. There is a $2.85 dropping fee at the entrance to an Ottawa taxi, plus a 15-cent fee for each 101-meter ride.
On the Quebec side of the capital region in Gatineau there is a dedicated taxi office where the main taxi operators are Crown (819-777-1645) and Regal (819-777-5231). In Gatineau, only Gatineau-based taxi operators may be welcomed on the roads of Gatineau or collect from a taxi rank; however, Ottawa operators may collect from Gatineau those persons who have summoned a taxi and are repatriating to Ottawa.
The Ottawa taxi company takes a passenger across the Gatineau at no extra cost - as do the Gatineau taxi company takes a passenger to an Ottawa location, which includes Ottawa International Airports, at no extra cost. The majority of the large US auto hire firms have a number of office operations at Ottawa International Airports, in the city centre and in some suburbs.
Ottawa service letting agents include:
Cab Rates - Ottawa Forum
October 15, 2016, 14:37. Hey, I was asking myself how the taxi rate would generally be from the airports to town? How much does a taxi cost from the city centre to the Canadian Tire Centre? 15 October 2016, 15:23 p.m. You can find this information here - just type in your start and end destination:
15 October 2016, 15:38 p.m. 15 October 2016, 15:39 p.m. As far as the taxi to CTC is concerned, please keep in mind that if it's a day of the week when the match starts at 19:00 p.m., you're stuck in traffic jams during peak hours and you come to Kanata. This could argue for much higher taxi costs than you may have budgeted.
I' m not sure how difficult it is to find a taxi after the game/concert. 15 October 2016, 16:17. When you go to an events at the CTC, take a look at the OCTranspo 403 route: October 15, 2016, 5:35 p.m. October 15, 2016, 7:10 p.m. Nevertheless... would *not* suggest a taxi or over the CTC from the city center for an outing.
Much better (i.e. much faster/much cheaper) to use transit. October 15, 2016, 7:32 p.m. Thank you for that. October 15, 2016, 19:33. Thank you, I will definitely look into the coach! October 18, 2016, 9:10 a.m. About is always my preferred taxi, cheap (often half the price), comfortable and better services.
Now, as mentioned earlier, in Ottawa Über is legally allowed to be picked up from the Ottawa International Airports. Only one thought to keep in mind with about about taxi, about rates may differ according to your request, so always review the quote before you confirm. Here you can find the prices for overflights: October 20, 2016, 16:41. There is a coach that goes from the international airports to the city centre, everything is quite accessible in the city centre or you simply take an east-westuttle.
Taxis or Uber, if you're going anywhere, you can't take a taxi or a Uber directly.