Planning and Functional Design Study
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
St. Anthony’s Banquet Hall
523 St. Anthony Street
4 to 8 p.m.
OC Transpo routes 14, 85
Free parking is available
The City of Ottawa has initiated a study to develop a Recommended Functional Design Plan to provide for the introduction of Transit Priority Measures along Carling Avenue from Lincoln Fields to Bronson Avenue. The plan is intended to be comprised of low-cost and easily implementable measures for the interim. The Plan has been prepared in accordance with policies presented in the 2013 Official Plan (OP) and associated Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and related studies.
At the Open House you will have the opportunity to review information such as:
- Revised pavement markings and signage
- Minor modifications to reallocate the existing outside (third) lane to a bus-only lane
- Cycling treatments at signalized intersections
- Multi-modal level of service assessment for pedestrians, cyclists, transit service and general traffic for the Carling Station to Bronson and Kirkwood Intersection segments
- A protected cycling facility for the Carling Station (Preston Street) to Bronson Avenue segment
The open house will be shared with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation who they will be providing information on the changes to the Carling Avenue Interchange as part of the Highway 417 Widening project.
Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. If you require special accommodation, please call or email the project lead identified below before the event.
Should you require additional information regarding this study please contact:
Frank McKinney, P. Eng.
Program Manager Transportation Planning and Environmental Assessments
Transportation Services Department
110 Laurier Avenue West, 4th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1J1
613-580-2424 ext. 28540