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Fringewood Drive Traffic Calming Study

Project Status: 
Underway

Online Public Consultation – Recommended Plan

Online Consultation
May 4 to 31, 2020

In light of the current circumstances and distributions related to COVID-19 and following the physical distancing advice we shifted our public meeting online. Please review the display boards and submit your comments on the recommended traffic calming plan by Sunday May 31, 2020.

The City is hosting an online engagement for the Fringewood Drive Traffic Calming study. The purpose of this online engagement is to share the recommended traffic calming plan for Fringewood Drive with the community and seek feedback. This online engagement is organized into two parts:

We invite you to review the display boards first to learn the information you need to answer the questions in the online feedback form. The deadline date for submission of comments on the recommended plan is Sunday May 31, 2020.

If you have any questions, require clarifications, or have other feedback you would like to share, please contact:

Mahsa Sharbaf
Project Manager, Area Traffic Management
City of Ottawa – Transportation Planning
613-580-2424, ext.13256
Email: mahsa.sharbaf@ottawa.ca

Fringewood Drive Traffic Calming Study

In response to traffic issues raised by residents of Fringewood Drive, the City of Ottawa has initiated a Neighbourhood Traffic Calming (NTC) study to investigate traffic conditions and driver behaviour on this roadway. The purpose of the study is to develop potential traffic calming solutions to address the identified traffic concerns.

The study area and the existing traffic conditions, including vehicular speed, volume, and reported collisions, are available in the Fringewood Drive Study Area and Existing Conditions document.

Online Survey

We encourage interested members of the public to fill out the below-noted online survey that should take about 5 to 10 minutes of your time and is available online until September 9, 2018.

By filling out this survey, you can help us identify the primary traffic concerns on Fringewood Avenue and also inform us of what you envision might be an appropriate solution for making this a better roadway, for all users including residents, pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and motorists.

Your comments are welcome and encouraged at any point during this study, as we develop different options for technical evaluation and public discussion.

Contact

For more information, please contact:

Mahsa Sharbaf
Project Manager, Area Traffic Management
City of Ottawa – Transportation Planning
613-580-2424, ext. 13256
Email: mahsa.sharbaf@ottawa.ca