Highlights from Monday’s transit commission meeting.
Category: traffic & transit
The first train assembled in Ottawa began testing on the track between Blair and Cyrville stations Friday.
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A pair of Blackburn Hamlet residents are fed up with what they call shoddy transit service and are circulating a petition to ask OC Transpo to make changes.
We’re in overnight parking ban season and there are some changes to know about.
The project will extend the Transitway from Bayshore Station to Moodie Drive where a new transit station will be built. Both will be in use by the end of 2017.
Around 6:20 p.m. Sunday a pickup truck lost its wheel on Highway 417. Two other cars were damaged but nobody was injured.
The area councillor isn’t sure who put them up or why, but called them “ridiculous.”
“Look both ways please.”
It is part of the Cross-Town Bikeway Network, a system of seven bicycle routes designed to provide a safer, continuous path for cyclists across the city.
Pedestrian access to businesses and residences will remain open as usual.
Instead of full bike lanes the city has installed “advisory bike lanes” and sharrows.
Atsu Dogdey says he only learned his property may be expropriated when OttawaStart.com contacted him for comment.
Don’t be a road turkey!
Uh…. that’s not safe.
The city estimates the pass would benefit up to 8,800 people.
These 20 new red-light cameras will be in addition to the existing 34 red-light cameras currently in operation at locations across Ottawa.
Mayor Jim Watson has written a letter to the federal Minister of Transport asking for more research on how to reduce fatal collisions.