|Location||Lyon Street, Ottawa, Ontario|
|Owned by||OC Transpo|
|Opened||September 14, 2019|
This O-Train station opened on September 14, 2019. It is located at the Lyon Street North and Queen Street intersection, between Bay Street and Kent Street, which formerly served as Transitway bus stops on Albert Street and Slater Street. This stop is projected to have high usage, with access to Sparks Street, the Supreme Court, and the National Archives of Canada.
The station is an underground side platform station; the platforms are located 17.5 metres underground. A concourse above platform level has ticket barriers on either end, giving access to the Lyon Street (east) and Place de Ville (west) accesses. 
An entrance is integrated into the Place de Ville complex, giving indoor access to a mid-rise office building, three office towers and two major hotels.
The station features two artworks: With Words as their Actions by PLANT Architect, led by Lisa Rapoport, a metal sculpture at concourse level, and This Image Relies on Positive Thinking by Geoff McFetridge, a series of murals of human figures located in the accesses.
From July 16 to September 14, 2017, the underground light and music show Kontinuum was held in the not-yet-opened station as part of the Canada 150 celebrations.
|300s: Shopper routes|
400s: Event routes
600s: School routes
The following routes serve Lyon station as of October 6 2019:
|A Lyon St. South|
|B Queen St. East|
|C Lyon St. North|
- Watson, Jim (August 23, 2019). "Line 1 opens on Sept. 14". octranspo.com. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
- "Overview | Lyon | The Build | Ottawa Confederation Line". www.ligneconfederationline.ca. Retrieved 2018-01-22.
- "O-Train Confederation Line". City of Ottawa. Retrieved 17 September 2019.
- "Lyon | OC Transpo". Retrieved October 10, 2019.