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OR 174 Major Mobility Impacts

OR 174 Major Mobility Impacts

In 2021, the Stage 2 LRT team will undertake significant construction activities on the O-Train East extension in preparation for future tracks and stations in the centre median of Ottawa Road 174. To make room for the future guideway, highway ramp and lane closures will be required to accommodate construction activities. This involves overnight work and residents can expect noise and vibration.

Construction activities have been scheduled to minimize the duration and extent of impacts on all modes of transportation and the local community. Despite COVID-19 restrictions, commuter volumes remain higher between Monday and Friday. Should OR174 reductions occur on weekdays, significant congestion and detours for commuters and OC Transpo would occur over a longer period. Work completed over weekends is scheduled to impact fewer residents and help the Stage 2 East Extension Project continue to progress. For each closure, signed vehicle detours and portable variable message signs (PVMS) will be present. Pedestrian and cyclisting routes will be maintained.

In addition to motorists using detours, residents in proximity to the highway may expect some impacts during the weekend activities, including noise, vibrations as well as site lighting during night work. The Stage 2 team thanks all residents for their patience through this time as we work with East-West Connectors to complete the activities as quickly as possible.

Prior to overnight work starting, Noise By-law Exemption (NBLE) Permits are required for construction activities that are specific to the dates, location and type of work. Steps are taken to mitigate impacts to residents, including, but not limited to: advanced notifications, hard copy and/or electronic notices, and on-site strategies such as directing site lights to avoid households and use of broadband back up signals.

To date, two of twelve planned closures have been completed. Construction of the new OR174 lanes is expected to be completed by fall 2021. Once complete, crews will be able to begin construction in the median, including guideway work and station construction. As work progresses, the Stage 2 team will keep residents informed. Dates are subject to change. Sign up for the Stage 2 LRT newsletter to stay up to date on Stage 2 progress.

Have questions or comments?

We welcome your questions or comments on these works. Please reach out to the Stage 2 team at Stage2@ottawa.ca.

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Trim Road Between Jeanne D’Arc Boulevard and Old Montreal Road OR 174 Cameron Street to Tenth Line - Notice of Road Closures

Date posted: August 2021

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project motorists travelling Trim Road, and OR 174, should anticipate mobility impacts as crews work to realign Trim Road.

WHAT / WHERE

Full closure of Trim Road between Jeanne D’Arc Boulevard and Old Montreal Road

WHEN 

Monday August 2, 2021 as early as 9:00 pm to August 13, 2021 at 5:30 am.

WHAT / WHERE

Full closure of OR 174 WB Cameron Street to Tenth Line.

WHEN

Thursday August 5, 2021 as early as 7:00 pm to August 9, 2021 at 5:30 am.

WHAT / WHERE

Full closure OR 174 EB Trim Road to Cameron Street.

WHEN

Thursday August 5, 2021 as early as 7:00 pm to August 9, 2021 at 5:30 am.

Our apologies for the delay in this public notice, we experienced late changes in the detour and start date.

Residents nearby can expect the following construction activities to take place, day and night:

  • Excavation and grading work using excavators, bulldozers, and compactors along the OR174 WB. Noise from equipment will be audible and some equipment may cause vibrations.
  • Trucks bringing granular material and hauling away excavated materials will be visible and noise from equipment will be audible.
  • Asphalt will be laid during day and night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.
  • Installation of guide rails, which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.
  • Drilling for drainage and utilities work will occur day and night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.
  • Line painting

WHY: Trim Road is being realigned and a new intersection of Trim Road and the OR 174 is being created. This is required for the future Trim LRT Station.

Map depicting Trim Road closure and detour

Map depicting OR 174 eastbound and westbound detours between Trim Road and Cameron Street

ANTICIPATED IMPACTS

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment is expected.

Traffic will be detoured on Jeanne D’Arc Blvd., Tenth Line, St. Joseph Blvd., Old Montreal Road and Cameron Street.

Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, and use extra caution as traffic patterns change. Motorists should allow for added travel time when moving through active construction corridors.

A free shuttle service for pedestrians and cyclists will run Petrie Island and Trim Park and Ride. The shuttle will run every five minutes throughout the day, between 7 am and 7 pm, and between 7 pm and 12:45 am it will run every five to ten minutes.

Start Date: August 3rd, 07:00

Hours of Operation and Frequency:

  • Weekdays & Weekends:
    • 07:00am-19:00pm – Every 5 min
    • 19:00pm-00:45am – Every 10 min

End Date: August 11th, 12:00pm

Route Description & Stops:

To Petrie Island:

    • From Trim 2A, (R) Trim, end at Petrie Island bus loop

Shuttle Stops:

    • Trim 2A (3029; EO900)
    • Trim E RR174 FS (6354; EL560)
    • Petrie Island (1144; EL700)

To Trim Station/Park & Ride:

    • From Petrie Island bus loop, continue Trim Road, at Trim/Dairy Roundabout return northbound on Trim, (R) South Frontage, end at Trim 1A

Shuttle Stops:

    • Petrie Island (1144; EL700)
    • Trim W RR174 NS (6353; El550)
    • Trim 1A (3029; EO920)

Map depicting shuttle route

For residents whose property borders the OR174 equipment in the area may cause additional noise and occasional vibration as the work progresses. The City of Ottawa thanks residents for their patience as we work to complete these construction activities. If you wish to receive our impact sheet about vibration please email stage2@ottawa.ca.

Night work is needed at times to accommodate work that requires traffic closures that cannot be done during the day, thus mitigating impacts on the travelling public. In addition, for works that are schedule critical, night work may be required to meet the schedule on this large and complex project.

The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

Accessibility

Accessibility is an important consideration for the Stage 2 LRT project. The Stage 2 team makes every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special accommodation, please contact stage2@ottawa.ca.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

CONTACT US

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter.

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact: Dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca or stage2@ottawa.ca

NEW: OR 174 Speed Limit Reduced to 80 km/h

As Stage 2 construction continues on OR 174 to realign the highway, the speed limit will be reduced to 80 km/h between Sir George-Étienne Cartier Parkway and Trim Road. The new speed will be implemented today, July 30. Please slow down, and drive with caution through construction zones. Stay safe!

Map depicting new speed zones

Contact Us

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact: Dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca or stage2@ottawa.ca.

OR174 Westbound Between Montreal Road and Blair Road - Notice of Weekend Closure

Date posted: July 20, 2021

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project motorists travelling the OR174, as well as near the OR174, should anticipate weekend mobility impacts as crews work to reconstruct the roadway.

What / Where:

Full closure of OR174 WB between Montreal Road and Blair Road.

Residents nearby can expect the following construction activities to take place, day and night:

  • Excavation and grading work using excavators, bulldozers, and compactors along the OR174 WB. Noise from equipment will be audible and some equipment may cause vibrations.
  • Trucks bringing granular material and hauling away excavated materials will be visible and noise from equipment will be audible.
  • Asphalt will be laid during day and night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.
  • Installation of guide rails, which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.

When:

OR 174 WB Friday July 23, 2021 as early as 7:00 pm to July 26, 2021 at 5:30 am.

Why:

Roadway work, including concrete slab removal, full-depth reconstruction, guide rail installation and paving.

OR 174 Westbound Closure between Montreal Road and Blair Road

Anticipated Impacts

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment is expected.

Traffic will be detoured on Ogilive Road and Blair Road to the OR 174 on-ramp.

Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, and use extra caution as traffic patterns change. Motorists should allow for added travel time when moving through active construction corridors.

For residents whose property borders the OR174 equipment in the area may cause additional noise and occasional vibration as the work progresses. The City of Ottawa thanks residents for their patience as we work to complete these construction activities. If you wish to receive our impact sheet about vibration please email stage2@ottawa.ca.

Night work is needed at times to accommodate work that requires traffic closures that cannot be done during the day, thus mitigating impacts on the travelling public. In addition, for works that are schedule critical, night work may be required to meet the schedule on this large and complex project.

The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

Contact Us

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter.

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact: Dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca or stage2@ottawa.ca.

OR 174 Eastbound at Champlain Street - Notice of Weekend Closure

July 2021

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, motorists travelling the OR174 as well as near the OR174, should anticipate weekend mobility impacts as crews work to install utilities across the highway.

WHAT / WHERE:

 Full closure of OR174 eastbound at Champlain Street.

Residents nearby can expect the following construction activities to take place, day and night:

  • Excavation and grading work using excavators, bulldozers, and compactors along the OR174 eastbound and westbound. Noise from equipment will be audible and some equipment may cause vibrations.
  • Trucks bringing granular material and hauling away excavated materials will be visible and noise from equipment will be audible.
  • Asphalt will be laid during day and night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.
  • Drilling for utilities work will occur day and night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.

WHEN:

Friday July 16, 2021, as early as 7:00 pm, to Monday July 19, 2021 at 5:30 am

WHY:

Installation of utilities across the highway.

Full closure of OR174 eastbound at Champlain Street.

ANTICIPATED IMPACTS

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment is expected.

Motorists travelling eastbound on OR174 will have to exit at Champlain Street, crossover Champlain Street and re-enter OR174 from the eastbound on-ramp.

Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, and use extra caution as traffic patterns change. Motorists should use caution and allow for added travel time when moving through active construction corridors.

For residents whose property borders the OR174 equipment in the area may cause additional noise and occasional vibration as the work progresses. The City of Ottawa thanks residents for their patience as we work to complete these construction activities.If you wish to receive our impact sheet about vibration please email stage2@ottawa.ca.

Night work is needed at times to accommodate work that requires traffic closures that cannot be done during the day, thus mitigating impacts on the travelling public. In addition, for works that are schedule critical, night work may be required to meet the schedule on this large and complex project.

The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

CONTACT US

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter.

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact:

Dianna Ashworth

Stakeholder Relations, Rail Construction Program

City of Ottawa

dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca

OR 174 and Montreal Road Interchange - Notice of Full Closure and Night Work

Date posted: July 2021

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, motorists travelling Montreal Road should anticipate weekday overnight impacts as crews work to install deck panels for the new LRT bridge and guideway. Montreal Road will also be restored to 4 lanes of traffic, as part of this work.

WHAT

Full overnight closure of Montreal Road

WHEN

July 12-15, 2021.

WHY

Installation of deck panels for the LRT bridge and guideway

WHERE

Montreal Road below the OR 174

HOURS

6:00 pm to 6:00 am

Montreal Road closure and detour map

ANTICIPATED IMPACTS

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment is expected. Noise and vibration levels are continuously monitored and reported to the City to ensure they are within the limits established for the Project.

Site lighting for overnight work will be required.

Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, and use extra caution as traffic patterns change. Motorists should use caution and allow for added travel time when moving through active construction corridors.

Pedestrians and cyclists should use extra caution when localized detours are in place. The MUP along Montreal Road will remain open, with flaggers in-place.

Night work is needed at times to accommodate work that requires traffic closures that cannot be done during the day, thus mitigating impacts on the travelling public. In addition, for works that are schedule critical, night work may be required to meet the schedule on this large and complex project.

The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

CONTACT US

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter.

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact: Dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca or stage2@ottawa.ca.

Notice of Nightly Closure Ottawa Route (OR) 174 Eastbound Between Tenth Line and Trim Road

Date posted: July 6 2021 

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, motorists travelling the OR174 as well as near the OR174, should anticipate nightly mobility impacts as crews work to correct the highway profile of OR 174 EB at Taylor Creek.

Where

Full closure of OR174 EB between Tenth Line and Trim Road.

Detour route along St. Joseph boulevard
Detour route

What 

Residents nearby can expect the following construction activities to take place:

  • Excavation and grading work using excavators, bulldozers, and compactors along the OR174 eastbound. Noise from equipment will be audible and some equipment may cause vibrations.
  • Trucks bringing granular material and hauling away excavated materials will be visible and noise from equipment will be audible.
  • Asphalt will be laid during the night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.

When 

06 July 2021 20:00 - 06:00
07 July 2021 20:00 - 06:00
08 July 2021 20:00 - 06:00

Why

Correction of the highway profile of OR 174 EB at Taylor Creek location

Anticipated Impacts 

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment is expected.

OR 174 EB traffic will be detoured on St-Joseph Blvd (from Tenth Line off-ramp to Trim Road).

Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, and use extra caution as traffic patterns change. Motorists should use caution and allow for added travel time when moving through active construction corridors.

For residents whose property borders the OR174 equipment in the area may cause additional noise and occasional vibration as the work progresses. The City of Ottawa thanks residents for their patience as we work to complete these construction activities.If you wish to receive our impact sheet about vibration please email stage2@ottawa.ca.

Night work is needed at times to accommodate work that requires traffic closures that cannot be done during the day, thus mitigating impacts on the travelling public. In addition, for works that are schedule critical, night work may be required to meet the schedule on this large and complex project.

The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter. To receive these electronic updates please sign up at Ottawa.ca/Stage2connect

Contact us 

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact: Dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca or stage2@ottawa.ca.

Notice of Full Closure and Night Work Montreal Road at OR174 Interchange

Date posted: July 5 2021 

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, motorists travelling Montreal Road should anticipate weekday overnight impacts as crews work to install girders for the new LRT bridge and guideway.

What 

Full overnight closure of Montreal Road

When 

July 5-11, 2021 

Why

Installation of girders for the LRT bridge and guideway

Where 

Montreal Road (below the OR 174)

Image showing detour route on Bearbrook, Innes, Blair and Ogilvie roads
Detour route

Image showing detour route from OR174 off ramps
Detour route

Hours 

6:00 pm to 6:00 am

Anticipated Impacts 

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment is expected. Noise and vibration levels are continuously monitored and reported to the City to ensure they are within the limits established for the Project.

Site lighting for overnight work will be required.

Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, and use extra caution as traffic patterns change. Motorists should use caution and allow for added travel time when moving through active construction corridors.

Pedestrians and cyclists should use extra caution when localized detours are in place. The MUP along Montreal Road will remain open, with flaggers in-place.

Night work is needed at times to accommodate work that requires traffic closures that cannot be done during the day, thus mitigating impacts on the travelling public. In addition, for works that are schedule critical, night work may be required to meet the schedule on this large and complex project.

The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

Contact Us

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter. To receive these electronic updates please sign up at Ottawa.ca/Stage2connect. Be sure to select updates for “Montreal Station”.

For other accommodations, or any questions please contact stage2@ottawa.ca or:

Dianna Ashworth
Stakeholder Relations, Rail Construction Program City of Ottawa
dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca 

Highway 174 Lane Reductions Starting June 2

Throughout June and early July, sections of Highway 174 will be reduced to one lane between Blair Road and Trim Road in order to make space in the centre median for Stage 2 LRT. The lane reductions will begin Wednesday nights and end early Friday mornings. There will be one full closure of both eastbound and westbound lanes between Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and Champlain Street. Signed detours will be in place.

Stage 2 crews will reduce the amount of weekend closures by completing numerous utility crossing open cuts simultaneously. Additional closures will take place throughout the summer.

The following Highway 174 lanes and ramps will be closed to facilitate Stage 2 LRT roadwork:

  • Between 9 pm Wednesday, June 2 until 5:30 am Friday, June 4:
    • Highway 174 westbound will be reduced to one lane from Champlain Street to Sir George-Étienne Cartier Parkway.
    • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard will be closed.
    • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Champlain Street will be closed.
  • Between 9 pm Wednesday, June 9 until 5:30 am Friday, June 11:
    • Highway 174 eastbound will be reduced to one lane between Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and Champlain Street.
    • Highway 174 westbound will be reduced to one lane between Champlain Street and Montreal Road.
  • Between 7 pm Wednesday, June 16 until 5:30 am Friday, June 18:
    • Highway 174 westbound will be reduced to one lane from Champlain Street to Jeanne d'Arc Boulevard.
    • The westbound on-ramps from northbound and southbound Champlain Street will be closed.
  • Between 9 pm Wednesday, June 23 until 5:30 am Friday, June 25:
    • Highway 174 eastbound will be reduced to a single lane eastbound between Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and Champlain Street.
    • The eastbound off-ramp to Champlain Street will be closed.
    • The eastbound on-ramp from northbound Jeanne d'Arc Boulevard will be closed.
  • Between 7 pm Monday, June 28 until 5:30 am Wednesday, June 30:
    • Highway 174 westbound will be reduced to one lane between Champlain Street and Tenth Line Road.
    • The westbound on-ramp from southbound Tenth Line Rd will be closed.
    • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Tenth Line Rd will be closed.
    • The westbound on-ramp from southbound Champlain Street will be closed.
    • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Champlain Street will be closed.
    • The westbound off-ramp to Champlain St will be closed.

Reminders of ramp and lane closures will be provided before the work begins. Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be communicated through the Stage 2 website and e-newsletters.The Stage 2 O-Train East extension will run in the median of Highway 174, on a guideway that is being constructed.

CONTACT US

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter.

To receive these newsletter updates, please sign up at Ottawa.ca/Stage2Connect

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact:

Dianna Ashworth

Stakeholder Relations, Rail Construction Program

City of Ottawa

dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca

June 24-28: Notice of Weekend Closure Ottawa Route (OR) 174 Eastbound and Westbound west of Trim Road

June 2021

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, motorists travelling the OR174 as well as near the OR174, should anticipate weekend mobility impacts as crews work to install utilities across the highway.

WHAT / WHERE

Full closure of OR174 west of Trim Road. OR 174 EB between Place d’Orleans and Trim Road. OR 174 WB between Trim Road and Tenth Line.

Residents nearby can expect the following construction activities to take place, day and night:

  • Excavation and grading work using excavators, bulldozers, and compactors along the OR174 eastbound and westbound. Noise from equipment will be audible and some equipment may cause vibrations.
  • Trucks bringing granular material and hauling away excavated materials will be visible and noise from equipment will be audible.
  • Asphalt will be laid during day and night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.
  • Drilling for utilities work will occur day and night which may result in audible noise and some vibration from equipment.

WHEN

  • OR 174 WB Thursday June 24, 2021 as early as 7 pm to June 28, 2021 at 5:30 am.
  • OR 174 EB Friday June 25, 2021 as early as 7 pm to June 28, 2021 at 3:00 pm.

WHY

Correction of the highway profile of OR 174 EB and WB at Taylor Creek location

OR 174 Detour

ANTICIPATED IMPACTS

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment is expected.

OR 174 EB and WB traffic will be detoured on St-Joseph Blvd (from Place d’Orleans on-ramp/Tenth Line off-ramp to Trim Road). 

Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, and use extra caution as traffic patterns change. Motorists should use caution and allow for added travel time when moving through active construction corridors.

For residents whose property borders the OR174 equipment in the area may cause additional noise and occasional vibration as the work progresses. The City of Ottawa thanks residents for their patience as we work to complete these construction activities.If you wish to receive our impact sheet about vibration please email stage2@ottawa.ca.

Night work is needed at times to accommodate work that requires traffic closures that cannot be done during the day, thus mitigating impacts on the travelling public. In addition, for works that are schedule critical, night work may be required to meet the schedule on this large and complex project.

The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

CONTACT US

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter.

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact:

Dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca or stage2@ottawa.ca.

May - December: Notice of Noise Wall Construction: North Side of OR174 between Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and Tenth Line Road

Date posted: May 31, 2021

As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, work will begin to erect noise walls along the north side of the Ottawa Route (OR) 174.

WHAT / WHERE:

The construction of four (4) noise walls along the north side corridor of OR174 between Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and Tenth Line Road.

  • OR174 between Orléans Boulevard and Bilberry Creek
  • OR174 west of Tenth Line Road
  • OR174 between Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and Orléans Boulevard
  • OR174 between Bilberry Creek and the OC Transpo Orléans Park & Ride

For the noise wall between Billberry Creek and the OC Transpo Orléans Park & Ride, some tree and vegetation removal are required. Also, there will be a closure of the multi-use pathway (MUP) between Billberry Creek and the OC Transpo Orléans Park & Ride. A MUP detour along Billberry Drive and Joe Jamieson Park will be accessible during the closure. Signage will be visible, and pedestrians and cyclists should use extra caution when localized detours are in place.

WHY:

Noise walls act as noise barriers to protect adjacent land users from noise pollution.

WHEN:

As early as May 24, 2021 (for preparatory works) to the end of December 2021.

HOURS:

7 am – 7 pm, Monday to Friday. Overnight and weekend work may be required.

ANTICIPATED IMPACTS

Noise and vibration from trucks and heavy equipment to construct the noise walls is expected.

For area clearing and tree removal, noise, and temporary disruptions from construction equipment (chainsaws and woodchippers) and crews is expected.

For residents whose property borders the affected construction zone, equipment in the area may cause additional noise and occasional vibration as the work progresses. The City of Ottawa thanks residents for their patience as we work to complete these construction activities.

The safety of the public and the workers is paramount, and we thank you for your patience during construction.

Reminder: The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change. Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

CONTACT US

Any changes to the duration or impact of this work will be only be communicated via the Stage 2 project newsletter.

To receive these newsletter updates, please sign up at Ottawa.ca/Stage2Connect. Be sure to select updates for “Convent Glen Station”.

For other accommodations, or any questions, please contact:

Dianna Ashworth

Stakeholder Relations, Rail Construction Program

City of Ottawa

dianna.ashworth1@ottawa.ca