Mayor Jim Watson, Councillor Allan Hubley, Chair of the Transit Commission, and Henry Assad, President and CEO, Happy Goat Coffee Company, announced on September 26th that Happy Goat Coffee Company will be the new concession retailer at four O-Train Confederation Line 1 stations.
Happy Goat Coffee Company is an Ottawa-based business with five cafés around the city. They also distribute their coffee to more than 100 cafés, restaurants, bars and supermarkets in the Ottawa region. O-Train Line 1 customers will be able to enjoy coffee and other refreshments at Happy Goat spaces located at Tunney’s Pasture, Rideau, Hurdman and Blair stations for the next five years. Happy Goat spaces are expected to open early next year.
The O-Train Confederation Line is a $2.13-billion transit project, jointly funded by the Government of Canada, the Province of Ontario and the City of Ottawa. Trains will carry up to 10,700 passengers per hour in each direction, between 13 stations. Trains will arrive every five minutes or less at the busiest times.
For more information about the O-Train Confederation Line, visit octranspo.com/ready4rail.