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Annex 1 - Road Classification and Rights-of-Way

This annex describes road classifications for City roads that, other than local roads, are illustrated on Schedules E to H. Rights-of-way protection requirements for various roads are described in Table 1 of this annex. Additional policies on rights-of-way are also found in the following Sections 1 and 2 of this annex. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
 

1.0 – Classification Summary

The description that follows of the various classifications of roads is not meant to be interpreted as an absolute standard or limit, which if varied, would automatically necessitate an amendment to this Plan. Rather, these characteristics are intended to act as benchmarks against which variations in any given situation can be assessed in light of the relevant goals and objectives of this Plan. Policy 31 of Section 2.3.1 of this Plan states under what circumstances an amendment is required for changes – additions or deletions – of certain identified road classes on Schedules E to H. The following highlights the classification system used in this Plan for existing and future City roadways:

City Freeway

City freeway describes a limited access highway with high-speed traffic that serves the need for intra-city travel similar to the provincial limited access highways. Highway 174 between Highway 417 (Queensway) and Trim Road in Orléans is the only city freeway.

Arterial Roads

The arterial roads are the major roads of the City that carry large volumes of traffic over the longest distances. The majority of these roadways were formerly identified as regional roads. To best provide access to arterials, block lengths and intersections should be spaced and designed to accommodate all transportation modes; vehicular access to adjacent properties should be controlled to minimize turning movements and to reduce conflicts between travel modes; and arterials road corridors should provide a high degree of connectivity between land uses and places along and across the route. For certain roads such as the Airport Parkway, the City may apply different standards to development with regard to access and setbacks. It is recognised that the arterial road system links to provincial and inter-provincial roads, which are all an integral part of the overall network.

Arterial roads function as major public and infrastructure corridors in the urban communities and villages they traverse. They not only accommodate car and truck traffic, but also serve pedestrians, public utilities, cyclists and public transit buses. The roadway and its boulevard are therefore designed to meet the needs of these users through the provision, where appropriate, of such features as sidewalks, cycling lanes, and bus stops and shelters. In parts of the urban area and villages additional roadside features include: street furniture, pedestrian-scale lighting, and trees and other landscaping. This greenery provides visual appeal, summer shade and a defining sense of the linear nature of these travel corridors. The planning of land uses and the local road network on lands adjacent to arterial roads may occur in a manner that can reduce the need for noise attenuation barriers or fencing along extensive lengths of roadway. [Amendment #15, September 8, 2004] [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]

Major Collector and Collector Roads

The collector roads connect communities and distribute traffic between the arterial system and the local road system. These roads tend to be shorter and carry lower volumes of traffic than do the arterials. Direct access to collector roads from adjacent properties will be permitted where such access will not introduce traffic safety or capacity concerns. The design and construction of collector roads will accommodate the safe and efficient operation of transit services. In general, a major collector is a roadway that acts as a connection between an arterial road and collector roads.

Collector roads are the principal streets in urban and village neighbourhoods and are used by local residents, delivery and commercial vehicles, transit and school buses, cyclists, and pedestrians. The reduced speed and volumes of traffic on collector roads, compared with arterial roads, make collectors more accommodating for cyclists and pedestrians. Tree plantings, bus stops, community mailboxes and other streetscape features create roadways that are integrated with their neighbourhood. [Amendment #15, September 8, 2004]

Local Roads

Local roads are found within communities and distribute traffic from arterial and collector streets to individual properties, typically over short distances. Local roads, to varying degrees, also serve a collector road function by distributing traffic between collector streets and other local streets. Pedestrians and cyclists are major users of local roads, starting or finishing their journeys along these roads. [Amendment #15, September 8, 2004]


Lanes

A lane is a public highway that provides a secondary means of access from a public street to abutting lots.  [Amendment #150, December 21, 2017]

 

2.0 – Rights-of-Way Protection Requirements

Section 2.3.1 Transportation indicates that the City will protect rights-of-way for the development of the transportation network of the city. In particular, this involves identifying where lands will be acquired for new rights-of-way or the widening of existing rights-of-way. This section of Annex 1 sets forth the right-of-way (ROW) widths that the City may acquire for roads, shown in Schedule E to H, and additional ROW policies. The ROW distances indicate the width of land that the City has identified will be needed to accommodate the range of possible transportation and infrastructure facilities such as: roadway lanes for cars, truck, bicycles and/or transit vehicles; sidewalks and pathways; central or side boulevards for landscaping; public utilities, lighting; and spaces for street side amenities (bus stops, mail and newspaper boxes, etc.). [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]

Rights-of-way protection requirements can be grouped in three general categories as follows:

  1. a ROW width for a new road - this is where a wholly new road is to be built, with this most often occurring in the urban growth areas outside of the Greenbelt; [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
  2. minor widening of an existing road ROW - these happen where the existing ROW is somewhat less than the street design standard and the widening lands are usually needed to accommodate one or more of the following: [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
    1. an enlargement of the curb lane for cyclists, be it a wider shared lane with motorized vehicles or a newly separately marked cycle lane, either of which remedies the situation of insufficient lane space for cyclists, [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
    2. an increase in sidewalk width, thus allowing more room for pedestrians needs and the space requirements for street elements such as lighting poles, bus stops, etc. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
    3. additional room for street landscaping, thereby permitting the introduction of trees and shrubs where none existed before or enlargement of the space for the greenery that may already exist. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]

Such minor road widening will occur generally along existing roadways within the Greenbelt.

3. Major widening of a existing road ROW - where the widening to be taken is of significant size and would be used for a combination of new traffic lanes and space for cycling, street landscaping and the addition or enlargement of sidewalks. Major road widening of an existing road ROW are typical of urban growth areas outside of the Greenbelt where the travel growth needs of the community require major roadway enlargements. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]

Table 1 that follows shows required ROW protection widths that have taken into consideration: the road corridor design guidelines for the City’s arterial, major collector and collector roadways as they are applied primarily to existing roadways; recent Environmental Assessment reports, approved Community Design Plans and other transportation planning studies or design guidelines. Annex 1 does not generally include a repeat of the City-approved standards for right-of-way widths for future major collector, collector and local roads that occur within a subdivision development. Such City roadway standards nonetheless apply and will be a required condition of development approval.

[Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]

Policies:

  1. ROW interpretation – Except as specifically indicated otherwise in Table 1 of this Annex, land for a road widening will be taken equally from both sides of a road, measured from the centreline in existence at the time the widening if required by the City. The centreline is a line running down the middle of a road surface, equidistant from both edges of the pavement. In determining the centreline, paved shoulders, bus lay-bys, auxiliary lanes, turning lanes and other special circumstances are not included in the road surface. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
  2. Developing Areas – The required ROWs for all future major collector and collector roads, primarily in developing areas of the city, are not shown in the tables in this annex. The City will establish the ROW of these future roadways, primarily on lands subject to a subdivision application, by way of City-approved standards for the development of roadways using the subdivision approval process. As stated in policy 32 of Section 2.3.1, an amendment to Schedules E to H will not be required for the roadway network revisions that involve the addition or deletion of major collector or collector roads. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
  3. Exception to ROW Requirements – Under certain situations the City may decide to reduce or waive the requirements shown in this Plan for the acquisition of lands for a road widening from adjacent properties. This may be done to reflect site constraints, existing physical development or encroachment, placement of buildings, heritage structures, scale of proposed development and pedestrian safety. Decisions to possibly vary right-of-way requirements will be based on consideration of such matters as:
    1. Comprehensive studies – A lesser right-of-way is recommended by an approved area-specific study, such as a community design plan, a community improvement plan, streetscape improvement plan, area traffic management plan or similar study approved by the City for the road segment.
    2. Impact on valued resources – Where there would be possible loss or substantial adverse impact on City-identified significant resources in the form of heritage buildings or structures, archaeological sites, natural heritage features or other features/resources deemed of significance by the City.
    3. Recent road designs – Where the detailed design for new or recently completed road segments accommodates rights-of-way identified in previous official plans or environmental assessments and adequately takes into consideration the best practices to promote walking, cycling and transit use; provides adequate space for services and utilities; and creates an attractive landscaped public area.
    4. Potential effect on site development – Where the potential for the protected ROW to render a property virtually non-developable according to the applicable zoning by-law standards and for which a rezoning or minor variance may not be able to resolve the difficulty.
    5. Pedestrian widening/easement in Central Area – Where the application of other measures or techniques instead of the widening/easement policy in the Central Area, provides for adequate at-grade spatial requirements for pedestrians.
    6. Building setback incongruities – Where potential new buildings would have to be set back substantially more than existing buildings, creating an indented pattern of development that would not be in keeping with the character of an existing area and there is no advantage or enhancement to the public road created by the setback.
    7. Village road ROW continuity- where there would be the creation of a noticeable disjoint or jog in ROW between an existing roadway in a modern planned subdivision and a proposed extension of that roadway in a new contiguous development. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
  4. Widening/easement: Central Area – In Table 1, Urban Arterial and City Freeway Rights-of-way, certain streets in the Central Area of the city are identified as being subject to a widening/easement policy. In addition to any proposed right-of-way widening, a surface easement for the use of pedestrians will be required along the full length of property frontages. Unless otherwise determined by the City, this easement will generally consist of dimensions as described in this paragraph. The easement will have a height of 4.5 metres from finished grade surface. The width of this easement measured from the proposed right-of-way varies according to the design of the building. Where a building cantilevers over the easement, a width of 1.5 metres is required. Where columns support the part of a building built over the easement, the width required is 2.5 metres plus the width of the columns. Where a cantilevered building and a column-supported building are located adjacent to each other, there must be a clear passage for pedestrians of 1.5 metres in the easement where the buildings meet.
  5. Corner Triangles – The City will require the land for a road widening to provide corner triangles at intersections. Depending on the location and type of roads involved, the maximum length of the side of a corner triangle will vary in the general range of 3 to 10 metres. The City will determine the requirements for each corner triangle based on detailed engineering requirements.
  6. Intersection Widening- The City may require additional right-of-way widening for any road that intersects with a city freeway, arterial, major collector, or collector road, in proximity of the intersection. The extent of right-of-way widening to be required will be established by a traffic study and a functional design of the associated intersection that addresses the need for additional intersection-related features such as roundabout components, turning lanes, transit facilities, on-road cycling facilities, traffic signals, street lighting and medians. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]  [Amendment #150, December 21, 2017]
  7. Rail Crossings – The City may also require additional rights-of-way where there is an existing at-grade crossing of a city road and a railway line. This land will be in the shape of a triangle, at each corner of the crossing. Where a road and railway line cross, the maximum length of the triangle along the road will be in the range of 170 metres, and the maximum width of the triangle measured from the road will be in the range of 15 metres. This land may be used to construct a grade-separated crossing at some time in the future. Detailed City-approved engineering requirements will establish the exact requirements for such widening of various types of roads where there is a rail line crossing.
  8. Watercourse Crossings – The City may require additional right-of-way where there is a crossing of a city road with a watercourse. This land will be in the shape of a triangle at each corner of the crossing. The dimensions of the triangle will be established by a functional design of the crossing that addresses the need for watercourse crossing structures such as a bridge or culvert and the associated land required for construction and maintenance of the structure. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
  9. Turn Lanes required by Site Development – The City may require additional road right-of-way where a transportation study indicates that there is a need for a dedicated turn lane or lanes into or from a development site. This may occur in situations such as large developments or redevelopments along arterial roadways and is necessary to maintain the land required to provide pathways, landscaping, utility corridors and other facilities planned for the road right-of-way. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]
  10. Hydro Corridors and Road ROWs – Planting of trees and landscaping in the immediate vicinity of existing or planned hydro line facilities is prohibited. This impacts the ability of the City to provide street trees and similar landscaping where existing or planned roadways run immediately adjacent to or along these utility corridors. Therefore in the preparation of community design plans and Environmental Assessment Studies or the review of plans of subdivision the City may require larger road right-of-way requirements or the provision of landscape buffers for proposed roads that will lay adjacent to hydro line corridors so that the street trees and similar landscaping can also be accommodated. [Amendment #76, August 04, 2010]

Table 1- Road of Right-of-Way Protection

Road ROW to be Protected
Arterials in the rural area (as shown on Schedules G and H of the Official Plan) ROW to be protected is 30 metres unless otherwise indicated
Collectors in the rural area (as shown on Schedules G and H of the Official Plan) ROW to be protected is 26 metres unless otherwise indicated
Local roads in the rural area ROW to be protected is 20 metres unless otherwise indicated
Lanes in the Urban Area ROW to be protected for lanes where only residential land uses abut is 6 metres unless otherwise indicated
Lanes in the Urban Area

ROW to be protected for lanes where commercial or mixed residential commercial land uses abut is 8 metres unless otherwise indicated

Road From To ROW to be Protected Classification Sector
Abbott West West Ridge Main 24 collector urban
Abbott East Main Iber 26 major collector urban
Airport Parkway Bronson Airport Parkway Private ECP arterial urban
Albert Empress Bronson 40
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (10.0 m).
arterial urban
Albert Bronson Elgin VRW
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.25 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Albert Elgin MacKenzie King Bridge VRW
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.25m).
arterial urban
Albion Bank Lester 24 collector urban
Albion Lester Leitrim G arterial urban
Albion Leitrim Del Zotto 37.5 arterial urban
Albion Del Zotto Urban area limit 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Aldercrest Viewmount Fieldrow 24 collector urban
Alta Vista Transportation Corridor Highway 417 Walkley/Conroy Varies – see the Alta Vista Transportation Corridor Environmental Study Report arterial urban
Amberwood Merivale Prince of Wales 24 collector urban
Amy Kathleen Abbott East 24 collector urban
Analdea Bank Bank 24 collector urban
Anderson Innes Leitrim G arterial urban
Antares Auriga West Hunt Club 24 collector urban
Arnold Richmond Moodie 24 collector urban
Ashgrove Greenbank Meadowbank 24 collector urban
Auriga Antares Antares 24 collector urban
Bank Wellington Catherine 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Bank Catherine Isabella 20 arterial urban
Bank Isabella Riverside 23 arterial urban
Bank Riverside Hunt Club 37.5 arterial urban
Bank Hunt Club Lester 44.5 arterial urban
Bank Lester Leitrim G arterial urban
Bank Leitrim Analdea 44.5 arterial urban
Bank Analdea Urban area limit 44.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Bank Urban area limit Rideau 44.5 arterial rural
Bank Rideau Mitch Owens 40 arterial rural
Bankfield Highway 416 100m west of Colony Heights 34 arterial rural
Bankfield 100m west of Colony Heights Manotick Main Street 23 arterial village
Banner McClellan Greenbank 24 collector urban
Barnsdale Eagleson Highway 416 30 collector rural
Barnsdale Highway 416 Prince of Wales 40 arterial urban and rural
Barran Fallowfield Larkin 24 collector urban
Baseline Richmond Greenbelt boundary G arterial urban
Baseline Greenbelt boundary Prince of Wales 44.5 arterial urban
Bathgate Montreal Road Ogilvie 24 collector urban
Bayview/Bayswater Scott Somerset 24 collector urban
Beaver Ridge Capilano Meadowlands 24 collector urban
Beechfern Wintergreen Hedgerow 24 collector urban
Beechwood Vanier Parkway Marier

11.5 north side,
13 south side

arterial urban
Beechwood Marier Joliette 23 arterial urban
Beechwood Joliette Juliana 26 arterial urban
Bégin Montréal Lévis 6m east side, 9m west side local urban
Belcourt St. Joseph Sunview 24 collector urban
Belcourt Innes 425m south of Innes 26 collector urban
Bellman McClellan Greenbank 24 collector urban
Besserer Nicholas Cumberland 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.00 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
local urban
Besserer Cumberland King Edward 20 local urban
Beverly West Ridge Stittsville Main 24 collector urban
Bill Leathem Leikin Leikin 26 major collector urban
Blackburn Hamlet Bypass (Innes) Innes (west of Blackburn Hamlet) Innes (east of Blackburn Hamlet) G arterial urban
Blair Montreal Ogilvie 30 arterial urban
Blair Ottawa Road 174 Innes 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Blais Bank Hawthorne 30 collector rural
Bloomfield Churchill North East End 18 local urban
Booth Chaudière Bridge Wellington/
Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway
30  arterial urban
Booth Fleet Aqueduct 30 arterial urban
Booth Aqueduct Wellington 38 arterial urban
Boundary Russell South Boundary of Carlsbad Springs 23 arterial village
Boundary Southern boundary of Carlsbad Springs Highway 417 35.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Boyer Viseneau Meadowglen 24 collector urban
Bren-Maur Temagami Prince of Wales 24 collector urban
Brian Coburn Blackburn Hamlet Bypass Trim 40 arterial urban
Brian Coburn Trim Frank Kenny 40 arterial rural
Bridge Manotick Main River 23 arterial village
Bronson Albert Colonel By 23 arterial urban
Bronson Colonel By Airport Parkway 44.5 arterial urban
Brookfield Riverside Airport Parkway 26 major collector urban
Cambrian Cedarview Jockvale 37.5 arterial urban
Camelot Cleopatra Merivale 24 collector urban
Cameron Ottawa River Old Montréal 23 arterial village
Campeau Huntmar Didsbury 37.5 arterial urban
Campeau Didsbury Teron 40 [Amendment 15, September 08, 2004] arterial urban
Canfield Cramer Greenbank 24 collector urban
Capilano Merivale Beaver 24 collector urban
Capital Grenfell Merivale 24 collector urban
Carbery Beechfern Abbott East 24 collector urban
Carling March Herzberg 44.5
Note: Subject to unequal widening: 44.5 m, measured from the existing south ROW limit
arterial urban
Carling Herzberg Greenbelt boundary G arterial urban
Carling Greenbelt boundary Holly Acres 44.5 arterial urban
Carling Holly Acres Richmond 37.5 arterial urban
Carling Richmond Bronson 44.5 arterial urban
Carp Approx. 600 m south of Craig Side Approx. 600 m north of March 23 arterial village
Carp Richardson Side Urban Area Limit 37.5 arterial rural
Carp Stittsville urban area- north limit Hazeldean 37.5 arterial urban
Carp Hazeldean Main Street 23 arterial urban
Catherine Bronson Elgin 23 arterial urban
Cedarview Baseline Lytle G arterial urban
Cedarview Lytle Fallowfield 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the either side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Cedarview Fallowfield Jockvale 26 major collector urban
Cedarview Jockvale Kennevale 24 collector urban
Cedarview Strandherd Cambrian 37.5 arterial urban
Cedarview Cambrian Urban Limit 24 collector urban
Centrepointe 63m north of Hemmingwood Tallwood 26 major collector urban
Chamberlain Bronson Bank 23 arterial urban
Chesterton Viewmount Meadowlands 24 collector urban
Chimo Katimavik Katimavik 24 collector urban
Clare 34.90m east of Evered Tweedsmuir 24 Note: North Side collector urban
Claridge Strandherd Woodroffe 24 collector urban
Clementine Bélanger Ohio 15 local urban
Clementine Rockingham Bélanger 20 local urban
Cleopatra West Hunt Club Merivale 24 collector urban
Clyde Maitland Baseline 34 arterial urban
Clyde Baseline Merivale 34 arterial urban
Colonial Trim Delson 23 arterial village
Colonial Western boundary of Village of Sarsfield Eastern boundary of Village of Sarsfield 23 arterial village
Colonnade Merivale Prince of Wales 26 major collector urban
Colonnade S. Colonnade N. Colonnade N. 24 collector urban
Conroy Walkley Greenbelt boundary 44.5 arterial urban
Conroy Greenbelt boundary Bank G arterial urban
Constance Bay Dunrobin Bayview 20 arterial village
Constellation Centrepointe Baseline 24 collector urban
Cope Entire Length   24 collector urban
Cordova Withrow Baseline 24 collector urban
Corkstown March Moodie G arterial urban
Corkstown Moodie Carling 24 collector urban
Cousineau East-west segment only   18 local urban
Coventry Vanier Parkway Belfast 30 arterial urban
Coventry Belfast St. Laurent 30 arterial urban
Cresthaven Strandherd Crestway 26 major collector urban
Crystal Beach Corkstown Carling 24 collector urban
Cumberland George Rideau 20 local urban
Cumberland Rideau Besserer 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.0 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Cummings Montreal Donald 24 collector urban
Cummings Donald Ogilvie 26 major collector urban
Cummings Ogilvie Cyrville 37.5 arterial urban
Cyrville Cummings 100m north of Maxime 37.5 arterial urban
Cyrville 100m north of Maxime Innes 37.5
Note: Subject to unequal widening: North side 15.0 m, South side 22.5 m
arterial urban
Cyrville
[Amendment #113, July 30, 2013]
St. Laurent  Cummings  26  collector  urban 
D’Aoust Albion Bank 24 collector urban
Dairy Trim Old Montréal 20 local urban
Dalhousie George Besserer 24 collector urban
Daly Nicholas Waller 20 local urban
Data Centre Riverside Heron 37.5 arterial urban
Davis Katimavik McGibbon 24 collector urban
Deakin Auriga Prince of Wales 24 collector urban
Deer Fox Beatrice Woodroffe 24 collector urban
Deer Park Meadowlands Fisher 24 collector urban
Dickinson Mill South end 14 local village
Didsbury Entire Length   26 local urban
Donald B. Munro Thomas A. Dolan Carp River 26 collector rural
Donald B. Munro Carp River Falldown (east leg) 23 collector village
Donald B. Munro Falldown (east leg) Langstaff 16 collector village
Donald B. Munro Langstaff Farm ridge 23 collector village
Donald B. Munro Farm ridge March 26 collector rural
Duford St. Joseph Amiens 24 collector urban
Dunning Old Montréal Brickland 23 arterial village
Dussere Couisineau St. Joseph 20 local urban
Eagleson Campeau 30m north of Palomino 44.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section
arterial urban
Eagleson 30m north of Palomino Hope Side 44.5 arterial urban
Eagleson Urban Area Limit Fallowfield 34 arterial rural
Earl Armstrong Bowesville Albion 44.5 arterial rural
Earl Armstrong
(extension)
Albion Bank 44.5 arterial rural and urban
Earl Grey Entire length   20 local urban
Eaton Lynhar Larkspur 24 collector urban
Edgar Brault St. Joseph 100m south of St. Joseph 20 local urban
Elgin Wellington Queen 40
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (2.4 m).
arterial urban
Elgin Plaza Bridge Queen 40
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (2.4 m).
arterial urban
Elgin Queen Laurier 40
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (2.4 m).
arterial urban
Elgin Laurier Lisgar 40 arterial urban
Elgin Lisgar Isabella 23 arterial urban
Elm Main Main 24 collector urban
Fallowfield Eagleson Moodie 34 arterial rural
Fallowfield Strandherd Cedarview 44.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Fallowfield Woodroffe Prince of Wales G arterial urban
Fallowfield Highway 416 Strandherd 44.5 arterial urban
Fallowfield Cedarview Woodroffe 44.5
Note: Subject to unequal widening: north side 44.5 m, measured from south ROW limit.
arterial urban
Family Brown Merivale Grant Carmen 24 collector urban
Farlane Walford Baseline 24 collector urban
Farrow Grandeur Ahearn 12 local urban
Fernbank Stittsville Urban Area western limit Stittsville Main 24 collector urban
Fernbank Stittsville Main Street South Terry Fox 37.5 arterial urban
Fernbank Terry Fox Eagleson 30 arterial urban
Fieldrow Aldercrest Perry 24 collector urban
Fisher Trent Baseline 34
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Central Experimental Farm side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Fisher Holland Trent 34 arterial urban
Fitzgerald Robertson Moodie 24 collector urban
Flamborough Terry Fox Klondike 24 collector urban
Forest Valley St. Joseph Orléans 26 collector urban
Fourth Line Approx. 300 m north of Shellstar Approx. 200 m south of Willisbrook 23 arterial village
Frank Kenny extension Re-aligned Trim South of Innes 46 arterial urban
Frank Kenny Innes Rockdale 33 arterial rural
Gabriel Rocque 130 m north of St. Joseph 23 local urban
Galetta Side Darwin Galetta Village boundary 23 arterial village
Glamorgan Castlefrank Rothesay 24 collector urban
Goldridge Kanata Kanata 24 collector urban
Goulbourn Forced 150 m north of rail line Kanata 26 major collector urban
Grant Carman Viewmount Meadowlands 24 collector urban
Greenbank Highway 417 West Hunt Club 37.5 arterial urban
Greenbank West Hunt Club Fallowfield G arterial urban
Greenbank Fallowfield Strandherd 44.5 arterial urban
Greenbank Strandherd Chapman Mills 37.5 arterial urban
Greenbank Chapman Mills Greenbank realignment 41.5 arterial urban
Greenbank realignment Future Chapman Mills Cambrian 41.5
Note: Subject to varying widening requirements of Greenbank Road ESR
arterial urban
Greenbank Cambrian Barnsdale 37.5 arterial urban
Greenbank realignment Cambrian South Urban Community - south limit 41.5 arterial urban
Greenfield Main Mann 23 arterial urban
Gregoire Victoria Ottawa city limits 30 collector urban
Grenfell Woodroffe Slack 24 collector urban
Grey’s Creek Snake Island south dead end 26 local rural
Harbour Market Nicholson 23 collector rural
Harrison Monterey Greenbank 24 collector urban
Harry Douglas Iber Randall James 24 collector urban
Hawthorne Avenue Colonel By Main 20 arterial urban
Hawthorne Road Walkley Hunt Club 44.5 arterial urban
Hawthorne Road Hunt Club Leitrim G arterial urban
Hawthorne Road Leitrim Rideau 34 collector urban
Hazeldean Stittsville urban area- west limit Carp 37.5 arterial urban
Hazeldean Main St. North Fringewood 37.5 arterial urban
Hazeldean Fringewood Terry Fox 44.5
Note: Subject to unequal widenings outlined in the Hazeldean Road ESR
arterial urban
Hazeldean Terry Fox Eagleson 37.5 arterial urban
Hedgerow Beechfern Trailway 24 collector urban
Hemlock Juliana St. Laurent 30 arterial urban
Heron Prince of Wales Walkley 44.5 arterial urban
Herzberg Terry Fox March 26 major collector urban
Highbury Park Greenbank Longfields 24 collector urban
Hobin Carp Renshaw 24 collector urban
Hobin Renshaw Main Stittsville 24 collector urban
Hog’s Back Prince of Wales Riverside 26 collector urban
Holland Scott Carling 26 collector urban
Holland Carling Fisher 34 arterial urban
Holly Acres Carling Richmond 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Hope Side Eagleson Old Richmond  44.5
Note: subject to the varying widening requirements of the Hope Side Road/Old Richmond Road Corridor (Terry Fox Drive to Highway 416) ESR
arterial urban
Hunt Club Prince of Wales Conroy 44.5 arterial urban
Hunt Club Conroy Hawthorne 44.5
Note: Subject to unequal widening: South side 44.5m, measured from north ROW limit. In addition, a further 5.0m may be required from the south side.
arterial urban
Hunt Club Extension Hawthorne Highway 417 42.5 - 50m varies as per Innes- Walkley-Hunt Club Road Connection Transportation Environmental Study Report arterial urban
Huntley/Main Street Etta Stittsville urban area limit 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Huntmar Richardson Side Urban Area Limit 37.5 arterial urban
Huntmar Urban area- north limit Maple Grove 37.5 arterial urban
Industrial Riverside St. Laurent 37.5 arterial urban
Innes St. Laurent Blair 44.5
Note: subject to the varying widening requirements of the Hospital Link and Cumberland Transitway Westerly ESR
arterial urban
Innes Blair Blackburn Hamlet by-pass (west end) G arterial urban
Innes Rondel Blackburn Hamlet Bypass (east) 26 major collector urban
Innes Blackburn Hamlet by-pass (east) East Urban Community- west limit G arterial urban
Innes Orléans Urban Area- west limit 250m west of Prestwick 37.5 arterial urban
Innes 250m west of Prestwick Tenth Line 40
Note: Subject to unequal widening: north side 14.0 m, South side 26 m
arterial urban
Innes Tenth Line Trim 37.5 arterial urban
Innes Trim East Urban Community- east limit 37.5 arterial urban
Innes-Walkley-Hunt Club link Innes Hunt Club extension/
Highway 417 interchange
42.5 – 50m varies as per Innes- Walkley-Hunt Club Road Connection Transportation Environmental Study Report arterial urban
Inverness Meadowlands Fisher 24 collector urban
Irwin Pickford Hazeldean 24 collector urban
Isabella Bank O’Connor 23 arterial urban
Isabella O’Connor Metcalfe 26 arterial urban
Isabella Metcalfe Canal/Hawthorne 23 arterial urban
Jeanne d’Arc Champlain Tenth Line 26 major collector urban
Jeanne d’Arc Ottawa Road 174 Innes 37.5 arterial urban
Jeanne Mance Kendall Cyr 18 local urban
Jockvale Longfields Prince of Wales 37.5
Note: : subject to varying widening requirements of the Jockvale Road ESR
arterial Urban
Johnston Bank Albion 26
Note: measured from south side
major collector urban
Johnwoods Hazeldean Maple Grove 24 collector urban
Jonathan Pack Beverly Abbott West 24 major collector urban
Joseph Cyr Entire length   20 local urban
Kakulu Castlefrank Eagleson 26 collector urban
Kanata Campeau Richardson Side 26 collector urban
Kanata Drive Campeau Aird Place 44.5 arterial urban
Kanata North-South Arterial Highway 417 Hazeldean 37.5 arterial urban
Kathleen Randall James Amy 24 collector urban
Kenaston Entire length   23 local urban
Kent Wellington Catherine 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Kimberley Richmond Ridgefield 24 collector urban
King Edward Sussex Rideau 40 arterial urban
Kirkwood Richmond Merivale 26 arterial urban
Klondike Second Line March Valley 24 collector urban
Knoxdale Hunt Club West Woodroffe 24 collector urban
L’Église Montreal 35m north of College 20 east side local urban
Larkin Fallowfield Greenbank 24 collector urban
Larkspur Eaton Northside 24 collector urban
Laurier East Nicholas King Edward 23 arterial urban
Laurier West Bronson Elgin 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Laurier West & East Elgin Nicholas 26 arterial urban
Leacock Beaverbrook Beaverbrook 24 collector urban
Leacock Leacock The Parkway 24 collector urban
Lees Robinson Mann 26 arterial urban
Lees Main Robinson 23 arterial urban
Legget Terry Fox Herzberg 24 collector urban
Leikin Crestway Merivale 26 major collector urban
Leitrim River Road South Urban Community- urban area limit 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Leitrim South Urban Community –urban area limit Leitrim urban area- west limit G arterial urban
Leitrim Leitrim urban area- west limit Leitrim urban area- east limit 35.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Leitrim Leitrim urban area- east limit Hawthorne G arterial urban
Leitrim Hawthorne Highway 417 35.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Leitrim Highway 417 Russell G arterial urban
Lemieux St. Laurent Labelle 30 arterial urban
Lenester Woodroffe Fairlawn 26 major collector urban
Lester Uplands Albion G arterial urban
Lester Albion Bank 37.5 arterial urban
Liard Main Stittsville Fernbank 24 collector urban
Limebank Greenbelt Boundary Leitrim G arterial urban
Limebank Leitrim South Urban Community – south limit 44.5 arterial urban
Lola 30.238m south of Prince Albert 26.632m north of King George 24
Note: East Side tapered from north to south
collector urban
Longfields Strandherd Jockvale 37.5 arterial urban
Longleaf Orléans Orléans 24 collector urban
Longwood Richmond Ridgefield 24 collector urban
Lotta Cordova Merivale 24 collector urban
Louis Entire length   20 local east
Lynhar Richmond Eaton 24 collector urban
Lyon Wellington Catherine 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
MacFarlane Merivale Deakin 24 collector urban
MacKenzie St. Patrick Colonel By Drive 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (zero m). Subject to widening/easement policy
arterial urban
MacKenzie King Bridge Albert/Slater Connections Waller 26 arterial urban
Main Echo Highway 417 23 arterial urban
Main Highway 417 Clegg 23 arterial urban
Main Clegg Riverside 23 arterial urban
Main (Stittsville) Hazeldean Carp 37.5 arterial urban
Main (Stittsville) Carp Etta 23 arterial urban
Main (Stittsville)/
Huntley
Etta Urban area limit 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Maisonneuve 130 m north of St Joseph St. Joseph 23 local urban
Maitland Carling Woodward 26 arterial urban
Majestic New Haven Woodroofe 24 collector urban
Manotick Main Bankfield Century East 23 arterial village
Maple Grove Stittsville Main St. Huntmar 26 collector and local urban
Maple Grove Huntmar Terry Fox 37.5 arterial urban
Maple Lane Lisgar Road Springfield 18
Note: unequal measured from north side
local urban
March Dunrobin Urban Area Limit 34 arterial rural
March Urban area limit Terry Fox 44.5
Note: Subject to unequal widenings outlined in March Road ESR
arterial urban
March Terry Fox Richardson 44.5 arterial urban
March Richardson Teron (south end) 44.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section
arterial urban
McBean Perth Ottawa 23 arterial urban
McClellan Banner Bellman 24 collector urban
McCurdy Castlefrank Castlefrank 24 collector urban
McGibbon Davis Katimavik 24 collector urban
McLeod Metcalfe Metcalfe 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Meadowbreeze Grassy Plains Grassy Plains 24 collector urban
Meadowglen Orléans Boyer 26 collector urban
Meadowlands Woodroffe Prince of Wales 26 major collector urban
Medhurst Woodroffe Woodfield 24 collector urban
Mer Bleue Innes Renaud 37.5
Note: subject to varying widening requirements of the Mer Bleue ESR
arterial urban
Mer Bleue Renaud Navan 37.5
Note: subject to varying widening requirements of the Mer Blue ESR.
arterial urban
Merivale Caldwell Baseline 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Central Experimental Farm side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Merivale Kirkwood Caldwell 34 arterial urban
Merivale Island Park Carling 30 arterial urban
Merivale West Hunt Club Greenbelt Boundary 37.5 arterial urban
Merivale Carling Kirkwood 26 arterial urban
Merivale South Urban Community- northern limit Prince of Wales 37.5 arterial urban
Merivale Greenbelt Boundary South Urban Community – urban area limit G arterial urban
Merivale Baseline West Hunt Club 44.5 arterial urban
Metcalfe Wellington McLeod 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90 m). Subject to widening/easement policy
arterial urban
Metcalfe McLeod Argyle 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (2.40 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Metcalfe Argyle Catherine 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Michael Cyrville Labelle 20 local urban
Michael Labelle Transitway 18 local urban
Michael Triole Railway Crossing 20 local urban
Michael Cowpland Entire length   26 major collector urban
Millview Arthur South end 20 local village
Mitch Owens River Bank 34 arterial rural
Monterey Baseline Greenbank 24 collector urban
Montréal North River Road St. Laurent 23 arterial urban
Montréal St. Laurent Ottawa Road 174 37.5 arterial urban
Moodie Carling Bell’s Corners- urban area limit G arterial urban
Moodie Bell’s Corners- urban area limit Richmond 37.5 arterial urban
Moodie Richmond West Hunt Club 24 collector urban
Moodie West Hunt Club Greenbelt Boundary G arterial urban
Moodie Urban Area Limit (Greenbelt) Fallowfield 34 arterial rural
Murray Alexandra Bridge Sussex 20 arterial urban
Murray Sussex King Edward 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.00 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
collector urban
Nanaimo Richmond Queensline 24 collector urban
Navan Blackburn Hamlet Bypass Greenbelt boundary G arterial urban
Navan Greenbelt boundary Urban area limit 37.5 arterial urban
Navan Urban Area Limit Trim 34 arterial rural
New Orchard Richmond Ambleside 20 local urban
Newtown Entire Length   20 local rural
Nicholas Rideau Laurier 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.70 m). Subject to widening/easement policy
arterial urban
Nicholas Laurier East Greenfield 26 arterial urban
Norice Woodroffe Viewmount 24 collector urban
North Service Tenth Line Trim 26 major collector urban
Northside Larkspur (west intersection) Cassidy 24 collector urban
O`Grady Manotick Main Dickinson 18 local village
O`Connor Wellington Nepean 20
Note:  Subject to widening/easement policy
arterial urban
O'Connor Nepean Isabella 20 arterial urban
Ogilvie St. Laurent Bathgate 44.5 arterial urban
Ogilvie Blair Montréal 37.5 arterial urban
Ohio 54m east of Clementine Bank 18 local urban
Old Carp Second Line March 26 local rural, urban
Old Colony Rothesay Abbeyhill 24 collector urban
Old Montréal Trim East Urban Community- east limit 37.5 arterial urban
Old Montréal East Urban Community- east limit Approximately 250m west of Chevalier 34 arterial rural
Old Montréal Approx. 250m west of Chevalier Dunning 23 arterial village
Old Richmond Moodie Roberston 24 collector urban
Old Richmond Bell’s Corner’s – Urban area south limit Moodie 37.5 arterial urban
Old Richmond Bell’s Corners – Urban Area south limit West Hunt Club G arterial urban
Old Richmond West Hunt Club Hope Side

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Note: subject to the varying widening requirements of the Hope Side Road/Old Richmond Road Corridor (Terry Fox Drive to Highway 416) ESR
arterial urban
Old Richmond Hope Side Fallowfield 34 arterial urban
Old Richmond Fallowfield Eagleson 37.5 arterial rural
Old Wellington Rideau Valley South East dead end 18 local village
Orleans St. Jospeh Innes 37.5 arterial urban
Orr Fallowfield Larkin 24 collector urban
Osgoode Main Nixon Drew Henry 23 arterial village
Ottawa Road 174 Highway 417 Trim ECP arterial urban
Ottawa Road 174 Trim East Urban Community – east limit 47.5 arterial urban
Ottawa Road 174 East Urban Community – east limit Cameron 47.5 arterial rural/village
Ottawa Road 174 Cameron Future extension of Barnett 40 arterial village
Ottawa Road 174 Future extension of Barnett City Boundary east of Canaan Road 47.5 arterial village/rural
Pagé Silverbirch Creek Crossing 24 collector urban
Palace Montréal Northeast corner of Lot 85 2.0
additional from each side
local urban
Palladium Huntmar north of Highway 417 Huntmar south of Highway 417 44.5 arterial urban
Palladium Huntmar south of Highway 417 First Line/Silver Seven 44.5 arterial urban
Palladium Silver Seven Terry Fox 37.5 arterial urban
Palamino Eagleson Eagleson 24 collector urban
Parisien Entire length   20 local urban
Parkdale Ottawa River Parkway Wellington Street West 26 arterial urban
Patricia Richmond 40m north of Richmond Road 15.24
Note: widening only on west side
major collector urban
Penfield Teron Teron 24 collector urban
Perry Fieldrow Meadowlands 24 collector urban
Perth Village boundary (west) Eagleson 30 arterial village
Pickford Kakulu Kakulu 24 collector urban
Pinecrest Carling Richmond 37.5 arterial urban
Place d`Orléans St. Joseph St. Joseph 37.5 arterial urban
Potter Bankfield Eastman 26 collector village
Preston Ottawa River Parkway Albert 26 arterial urban
Preston Albert Carling 23 arterial urban
Preston extension Albert Ottawa River Parkway 26 [Amendment 15, September 08, 2004]
[Ministerial Modification 69, November 10, 2003]
arterial urban
Prestone Tompkins Amiens 24 collector urban
Prestwick Amiens Innes 26 collector urban
Pretoria Bridge Elgin Colonel By 23 arterial urban
Prince of Wales Preston Heron/Baseline 26 arterial urban
Prince of Wales Fisher Greenbelt boundary 40 arterial urban
Prince of Wales Greenbelt boundary South Urban Community- north limit G arterial urban
Prince of Wales South Urban Community – north limit South Urban Community – south limit 40
Note: For the segment 1200 m to the north and 700 m to the south of the proposed Strandherd Drive intersection, the maximum land requirement varies from 22.25 m to 1.0 m on the east side, and varies from 22.25 m to 43.5 m on the west Side
arterial urban
Prince of Wales Approx. 250 m north of Danbury (North Gower Village Boundary) Fourth Line 23 arterial village
Prince of Wales Urban Area Limit Bankfield 40 arterial rural
Princess Rockcliffe Parkway Sussex 20 arterial urban
Queen Lyon Elgin Note:  Subject to widening/easement policy local urban
Ramsayville Walkley Leitrim G arterial urban
Randall James Harry Douglas Kathleen 24 collector urban
Raymond Highway 417 ramp Bronson 23 arterial urban
Renaud Glenlivet Mer Bleue 24 collector urban
Renshaw West Ridge Hobin 24 collector urban
Richard Arthur Van Vliet 18 local village
Richardson Side Future Terry Fox Kanata 26 local urban
Richmond Bell`s Corners- south urban area limit  Moodie 37.5 arterial urban
Richmond Moodie Robertson 24 collector urban
Richmond Robertson Terminus Bell`s Corners- urban area east limit 37.5 arterial urban
Richmond Bell`s Corners- urban area east limit Baseline G arterial urban
Richmond Baseline Holly Acres G arterial urban
Richmond Holly Acres Highway 417 44.5 arterial urban
Richmond Highway 417t Ottawa River Parkway 37.5 arterial urban
Richmond Ottawa River Parkway Golden 26
Note: Subject to unequal widening: north side 7.5 m, south side 18.5 m
arterial urban
Rideau Sussex King Edward 30
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.75 m).
arterial urban
Rideau King Edward Terminus of Montréal Road 26 arterial urban
Rideau Terrace Noel Acacia 18
Note: On south side between Noel and Lambton 3.048 m widening required. Widening to be taken equally from each side between Lambton and Acacia.
collector urban
Rideau Valley Blue Rock Stevens Creek 23 arterial village
Ridgefield Arnold Stinson 24 collector urban
River Road Limebank Greenbelt boundary 37.5 arterial urban
River Road Greenbelt boundary South Urban Community – north limit G arterial urban
River Road South Urban Community – north limit South Urban Community – south limit 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section. An unequal widening applies to the segment between the line dividing Lots 18 and 19 BF Concession Gloucester south to and including the frontage of the south half of Lot 21, where the maximum land requirement is 20 m on the east side and 17.5 m on the west side.
arterial urban
River Road Urban area limit Mitch Owens 34 arterial urban
Riverside Highway 417 Smyth 44.5 arterial urban
Riverside Smyth Heron 37.5 arterial urban
Riverside Heron Brookfield 44.5 arterial urban
Riverside Brookfield Rail Line (CN) 37.5 arterial urban
Riverside Rail Line (CN) Terminus at River Road 44.5 arterial urban
Riverside South transit street Street 4 Collector road E 43 collector urban
Robertson Eagleson Bell`s Corners- urban area west limit G arterial urban
Robertson Bell`s Corners- urban area west limit Terminus at Richmond 37.5 arterial urban
Rocque St. Pierre Gabriel 23 local urban
Roger Stevens Approx. 600 m west of Craighurst (North Gower Village west Boundary) Approx. 300 m east of Fourth Line 23 arterial village
Roosevelt Richmond Danforth (Byron) 18
Note: West side
local urban
Rosebella Albion Conroy   local urban
Rothesay Glamorgan Eagleson 24 collector urban
Roydon Merivale West Hunt Club 24 collector urban
Russell Smyth Walkley 37.5 arterial urban
Russell Walkley Hawthorne 44.5 arterial urban
Russell Hawthorne Greenbelt boundary 30 arterial urban
Russell Greenbelt boundary Ramsayville G arterial urban
Russell Leitrim Greenbelt boundary G arterial urban
Russell Greenbelt boundary Carlsbad Springs- western boundary 37.5 arterial urban
Russell Western boundary of Village of Carlsbad Springs Eastern boundary of Village of Carlsbad Springs 23 arterial village
Sandcastle Valley Stream Baseline 24 collector urban
Scott Churchill Bayview 26 arterial urban
Second Line Old Carp Terry Fox 26 uneven major collector urban
Seyton Westcliffe Richmond 24 collector urban
Shatner Gate Pickford Eagleson 24 collector urban
Shore St. Laurent Triole 18 local urban
Silver Seven Dead end at Highway 417 Maple Grove 26 local urban
Silverbirch Orléans Pagé 26 collector urban
Slack Woodroffe Merivale 26 collector urban
Slater Empress Bronson 40
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (10.00 m).
arterial urban
Slater Bronson Elgin VRW
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.25 m). Subject to widening/easement policy
arterial urban
Slater Elgin MacKenzie King Bridge VRW arterial urban
Smyth Alta Vista Dauphin 30 arterial urban
Smyth Dauphin St. Laurent 26 arterial urban
Solandt Entire length   24 collector urban
Somerset St. West Booth Bronson 20 arterial urban
Somerset St, West Bronson Elgin 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.90 m). Subject to widening/easement policy.
arterial urban
Spratt Earl Armstrong Rideau 26 major collector urban
Springbrook Hazeldean Trailway 24 collector urban
Springfield Maple Lane Rideau terrace 24 Note: West side and corner roundings at northwest corner major collector urban
St. Jean Cousineau Notre Dame 20 local urban
St. Joseph Ottawa Road 174 East Urban Community – west limit G arterial urban
St. Joseph East Urban Community – west limit Edgar Brault 32 arterial urban
St. Joseph Edgar Brault Gabriel 26 arterial urban
St. Joseph Gabriel 130 m west of Duford/Place d‘Orléans 32 arterial urban
St. Joseph 130 m west of Duford/Place d‘Orléans Trim 37.5 arterial urban
St. Laurent Hemlock Montréal 26 arterial urban
St. Laurent Montréal Smyth 44.5 arterial urban
St. Patrick Sussex King Edward 20
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (0.55m)
arterial urban
St. Patrick King Edward Vanier parkway 37.5 arterial urban
St. Pierre North end 130m north of St. Joseph 23 local urban
Stafford Moodie Richmond 24 collector urban
Star Top Cyrville Innes 26 local urban
Stittsville North-South Arterial (Founder Avenue) Hazeldean Fernbank 44.5 arterial urban
Stonehaven Eagleson Richmond 26 collector urban
Stonemeadow Entire length   24 collector urban
Strandherd Fallowfield Crestway 44.5 arterial urban
Strandherd Crestway Prince of Wales 44.5
Note: subject to widenings in the Rideau River Bridge Strandherd/Armstrong Road ESR
arterial urban
Strandherd/Earl Armstrong Prince of Wales River 44.5
Note: subject to widenings in the Rideau River Bridge Strandherd/Armstrong Road ESR
arterial urban
Sunderland Bentley West Hunt Club 24 collector urban
Sussex Princess John 20 arterial urban
Sussex John St. Patrick 26 arterial urban
Tallwood Centrepointe Woodroffe 28 collector urban
Taylor Creek St. Joseph Trim 26 collector urban
Tenth Line Tompkins Amiens 44.5 arterial urban
Tenth Line Vanguard East Urban Community- south limit 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Tenth Line Amiens Innes 37.5
Note: Subject to unequal widening: east side 20.5 m, west side 17.0 m.
arterial urban
Tenth Line Innes Vanguard 44.5 arterial urban
Terminal Riverside Trainyard 24
Note: subject to varying widening requirements of the Hospital Link and Cumberland Transitway Westerly ESR
collector urban
Teron Campeau March 40 arterial urban
Teron Campeau March 26 collector urban
Terry Fox Didsbury Castlefrank 44.5 arterial urban
Terry Fox March Goulbourn Forced Road 44.5 arterial urban
Terry Fox Extension (north) Goulbourn Forced 700 m northwest of Didsbury 44.5 arterial urban
Terry Fox Extension (south) Old Rail Line Eagleson 44.5 arterial urban
Timm Eagleson Moodie G arterial urban
Tompkins Major Prestone 24 collector urban
Trailway Entire length   24 collector urban
Trainyards Terminal Belfast 30
Note: subject to varying widening requirements of the Hospital Link and Cumberland Transitway Westerly ESR
collector urban
Tremblay
[Amendment #113, July 30, 2013]
Riverside  St. Laurent  26

Note: Subject to unequal widening: 26 m, measured from the existing south ROW limit.
Note: For the proposed roundabout located between Belfast and St. Laurent, more lands on either side of Tremblay, in addition to the 26 m unequal widening may be required.

 major collector urban 
Trim Innes East Urban Community- south limit 37.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the rural side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
Trim Hydro corridor/Frank Kenny extension Existing Trim 37.5 arterial urban
Trim Ottawa Road 174 Frank Kenny extension 46 arterial urban
Trim South of hydro corridor/Frank Kenny extension Innes 37.5
Note: Refer to North South Link ESR
arterial urban
Trim North Service Ottawa Road 174 26 major collector urban
Triole North of Tremblay   20 local urban
Triole All sections south of Tremblay   18 local urban
Vaan Entire length   24 collector urban
Valin Charlemagne Trim 26 major collector urban
Varley Beaverbrook Beaverbrook 24 collector urban
Vaughn Crichton Mackay 15 local urban
Victoria Glen Glenwood 23 arterial village
Viewmount Meadowlands Fisher 24 collector urban
Virgil Stinson Lynhar 24 collector urban
Viseneau Boyer Innes 26 collector urban
Walkley Riverside Bank 26 arterial urban
Walkley Bank Heron 37.5 arterial urban
Walkley Heron Greenbelt boundary 44.5 arterial urban
Walkley Greenbelt boundary Ramsayville G arterial urban
Waller Rideau Laurier East 23
Note: Maximum land requirement from property abutting existing ROW (1.54 m).
arterial urban
Waterbridge Cresthaven Prince of Wales 24 collector urban
Watters
Note: South side
East Urban Community – east limit East to turn south 26 local rural
Wellington Ottawa River Parkway Portage Bridge 40 arterial urban
Wellington St. West Island Park Terminus at Somerset 20 arterial urban
West Hunt Club Old Richmond Highway 416

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Note: subject to the varying widening requirements of the Hope Side Road/Old Richmond Road Corridor (Terry Fox Drive to Highway 416) ESR

arterial urban
West Hunt Club Highway 416 Greenbelt boundary G arterial urban
West Hunt Club Greenbelt boundary Cleopatra 44.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section.
arterial urban
West Hunt Club Cleopatra Prince of Wales 44.5 arterial urban
West Ridge Hazeldean Fernbank 24 collector urban
Westcliffe Robertson Seyton 24 collector urban
Whitby Churchill Winona 15
Note: North side
local urban
Winston Richmond Dead end at Wilmont 15 local urban
Withrow Meadowlands Merivale 24 collector urban
Woodfield Medhurst Merivale 24 collector urban
Woodridge Bayshore Bayshore 24 collector urban
Woodroffe Ottawa River Parkway Adirondack 26 arterial Urban
Woodroffe Adirondack Baseline 37.5 arterial urban
Woodroffe Baseline West Hunt Club 44.5 arterial urban
Woodroffe West Hunt Club Fallowfield G arterial urban
Woodroffe Fallowfield Greenbelt boundary 44.5
Note: An additional 5.0 m on the Greenbelt side may be required to construct a rural cross-section. Subject to widenings as outlined in the Woodroffe Avenue Environmental Study Report (ESR)
arterial urban
Woodroffe Greenbelt boundary Strandherd 34.5-57
Note: Subject to unequal widening outlined in Woodroffe Avenue ESR
arterial urban
Woodroffe Strandherd Brenmar 26 major collector urban

[Amendment #96, February 22, 2012]  [Amendment #97, February 22, 2012]
[Amendment #150 December 21, 2017] [Amendment #141 December 29, 2017]

Notes:

  1. All distances are in metres.
  2. All unequal widening measured from centreline unless specified.
  3. “ECP” – signifies Existing Corridor Protection
  4. “G” – signifies Greenbelt for which unique rights-of-way protection policy apply as follows: For arterial road segments located entirely within the Greenbelt, the right-of-way requirements vary depending on: the number and width of travel lanes; the treatment of curbs, medians, and road drainage; and other amenities to be provided in the corridor. On this basis, the right-of-way to be acquired by the City and the means to acquire the land will be determined with involvement of the National Capital Commission on a case-by-case basis a road modifications are being planned. In the event that a portion of Greenbelt land is conveyed to another owner, a minimum road-widening requirement of 42.5 m shall apply for an arterial road segment adjacent to that land.
    For segments adjacent to the Greenbelt along only one side, the ROW dimension for the urban area side should be protected, with an additional 5.0 m widening requested along the Greenbelt side (to construct the wider rural cross-section). As always, the widening requirements are to be measured from the existing road centerline.
  5. VRW - signifies variable rights-of-way. From the abutting properties a widening and or an easement will be taken.
  6. The widening of Trim Road will be designed as no more than a 4-lane divided arterial road, with turning lanes at intersections as required, and this will not be altered without the appropriate Environmental Assessment Act reviews and the appropriate Official Plan Amendments.
  7. “Uneven” means topographic or other features may require an uneven road widening, detail of which will be determined by the City normally upon examination of a development application on adjacent lands. [Amendment 15, September 8, 2004]

[Amendment #76, OMB File #PL100206, August 18, 2011]