There are two main doors out of the luggage/arrivals area at Ottawa airport. The centre doors take you out to the taxi stand, car rentals, and parking garage.
The south doors take you out much closer to the OC Transpo #97 bus stop. So what does the sign above those doors say?
Yup, the airport folks direct you back to the centre doors, where you gotta run past the taxis and all that, only to walk all the way back, dragging your luggage along, to get to the bus stop shoved way out to the furthest south end of the arrivals roads.
Is this a scheme to walk-out any incipient deep vein thrombosis you may have accumulated while squished on a flight? A get-the-blood circulating by extra exercise scheme so you can withstand extreme outdoor temperatures? A plot to slight public transit? Or just plain bureaucratic carelessness?