In December 2019, Council approved the principles of a Safe Systems approach to road safety in road design and that when reconstruction occurs on local residential streets, these roads be designed for a 30 km/h operating speed. The proposed designs for the roads listed below were then updated accordingly with additional traffic calming measures.
Pursuant to By-law No. 2011–122, the City of Ottawa is providing notice to the public of its intention to approve road modifications at the following locations in accordance with the authority under By-law No. 2011-28:
195 Huntmar Drive
- Realignment of the existing four-lane Palladium Drive from Highway 417’s Eastbound Off-Ramp and Westbound On-Ramp to a point 400 m southerly.
- Construction of a double-lane roundabout at the southern point of the Palladium Drive realignment. The roundabout will be complete with centre medians, urbanization, pedestrian and cycling facilities, and will consist of the following approaches:
- An east leg with ne channelized right-turn bypass lane, one entry lane and two receiving lanes;
- A nrth leg with two entry lanes and two receiving lanes;
- A west leg with tw entry lanes and one receiving lane; and
- A suth leg with two entry lanes and two receiving lanes.
- Construction of a new Palladium Drive Extension from the roundabout to a point 100m southerly, and from the roundabout to a point 200m easterly.
- Construction of 150 m of the west leg of the new intersection for access to the proposed development at 195 Huntmar Drive.
- Construction of a traffic signal on Palladium Drive at the Highway 417 Eastbound Off Ramp.
For more information, please contact:
Patrick McMahon (link sends e-mail)
Transportation Services Department
Tel:613-580-2424, extension 30194
Any person who wishes to raise objections to the modifications must contact the City Clerk, in writing, at the address below by January 26, 2021.
110 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 1J1