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Road Activity (By-law No. 2003-445)

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Road Activity (By-law No. 2003-445)

A by-law of the City of Ottawa to regulate road activity on City highways.

The Council of the City of Ottawa enacts as follows:

Section 1 - Definitions

In this by law,

“City” means the municipal Corporation of the City of Ottawa or the geographic area as the context requires;

“date of final reinstatement” means the day that the finished surface is satisfactorily reinstated on any road cut that has been opened unless the road cut has to be re-excavated in order to execute repairs, in which case the "date of final reinstatement" means the day the repairs are satisfactorily completed;

“deleterious material” means subsurface soils of an undesirable nature such as, but not limited to, highly organic silts, sensitive or ultra sensitive clays, peat or other highly compressible soils, and soils containing noxious or hazardous chemical or waste products;

“General Manager” means the General Manager of the City’s Department of Transportation, Utilities and Public Works or authorized representative;

“heave” means any rise in the surface of a road cut in relation to the grade of the adjacent undisturbed highway;

“highway” means a common and public highway and includes any bridge, trestle, viaduct or other structure forming part of the highway, and except as otherwise provided, includes a portion of a highway and includes the area between the lateral property lines thereof;

“O.P.S.S.” means Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications, as amended;

“pathway” means the parts of a highway set aside by the City for the use of pedestrians and cyclists;

“public works” means works supplying the general public with necessities or conveniences and includes, but is not limited to, works for the production, supply and transmission of gas, oil, sewer, water and electric power or energy, and all telephone, cable television and other telecommunications lines;

“public utility” means a board, commission, or corporation that provides a public work under the authority of any statute, charter, by-law or franchise;

“road activity” includes the temporary occupancy of the highway for work of any nature by the City or any public utility or person but does not include a road cut;

“road cut” means a surface or subsurface cut in any part of a highway made by any means, including any excavation, reconstruction, cutting, saw cutting, overlaying, crack sealing, breaking, boring, jacking or tunneling operations;

“roadway” means the part of a highway that is improved, designed or ordinarily used for vehicular traffic, but does not include the shoulder, and, where a highway includes two or more separated roadways, the term “roadway” refers to any one roadway separately and not to all of the roadways collectively;

“security” means,

  1. cash or certified cheque payable to the City of Ottawa;
  2. bearer bonds of the Government of Canada, with the exception of savings bonds, provincial bonds or provincial guaranteed bonds, or other municipal bonds, provided that, 
    1. the interest coupons are attached to all bonds, and
    2. the bonds are acceptable to the City’s Director of Financial Services;
  3. an irrevocable letter of credit issued by a chartered bank, credit union or Caisse Populaire, acceptable to the City’s Director of Financial Services; or
  4. road cut permit bonds from institutions acceptable to the City’s Director of Financial Services, which guarantees that the applicant will carry out and maintain the work authorized by any permit issued under this by-law in conformity with the provisions of this by-law;

“settlement” or “settled” means any sinking of the surface of a road cut in relation to the grade of the adjacent undisturbed highway;

“shoulder” means that part of a highway immediately adjacent to the roadway and having a surface, which has been improved for the use of vehicles with asphalt, concrete or gravel;

“sidewalk” means all parts of a highway set aside by the City for the use of pedestrians;

“Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement” means the City’s design and construction standards for the rehabilitation of road surfaces depending on construction methods;

“traffic management plan” means a standard document outlining the particulars of proposed work on any highway described on Schedule “B” annexed hereto that is submitted by or on behalf of the contractor to the City for approval. The traffic management plan shall contain the information respecting how the applicant intends to comply with this by-law including but not limited to the following:

  1. start and completion times of work;
  2. specific location of work;
  3. requirement to work during peak hours, if any;
  4. lane use requirements;
  5. requirements for road closure;
  6. public notification undertaken;
  7. parking meters affected by work;
  8. requirement for temporary no stopping signs;
  9. identification of any bus route(s) and bus stops affected by work activity; and
  10. traffic routing and detour requirements where required.

“vehicle” includes a motor vehicle, trailer, traction engine, farm tractor, road-building machine, bicycle and any vehicle drawn, propelled or driven by any kind of power, including muscular power, but does not include a motorized snow vehicle or a street car; and

“warranty” means a guarantee by the permit holder that the work for which a permit has been issued has been carried out in accordance with the City’s requirements.

Section 2 - Road allowance cuts

Except as provided in Section 3, no person shall undertake any road cut without obtaining a road cut permit.

Section 3 - Emergency work

  1. Subject to subsections (2) and (3) hereof, where public safety or health, or a major business interruption in public works is concerned, a road cut or road activity may be carried out without regard to the prior notification provisions of this by-law.
  2. Where an emergency road cut or road activity has been undertaken, the person undertaking the road cut or road activity shall, on the same day the work is commenced, or if the City offices are closed, no later than the start of the next working day, notify by telephone the City’s permit issuance unit of the following:
    1. the name of the public utility or contractor undertaking the road cut or road activity; (a) the name of the public utility or contractor undertaking the road cut or road activity; 
    2. the nature of the work;
    3. the location of the proposed road cut or proposed road activity;
    4. the estimated duration of the work; and
    5. the reason for proceeding without obtaining a permit or, in the case of road activity, without providing the required notice.
  3. The General Manager may require any or all information to confirm the validity of an emergency road cut or road activity. Should insufficient proof of an emergency be submitted the applicant would be notified in writing that they are subject to the same restrictions and penalties as no permit.
  4. Where work has proceeded under this section, a road cut permit shall be applied for or notice provided of a road activity on the same day the work is commenced, or if the office of the General Manager is not open for the issuance of permits, on the morning of the next day on which the office is open.

Section 4 - Road cut permit

  1. When applying for a road cut permit, the applicant shall,
    1. complete the prescribed application form;
    2. furnish to the City such information as the General Manager may require including but not limited to a traffic management plan; and
    3. file the completed application.
  2. When filing the completed application, the applicant shall pay the following fees:
    1. a non-refundable permit fee as indicated on Schedule “C” of this by-law; and
    2. a pavement degradation fee as indicated in Schedule “C” for those highways identified in Schedule “A” of this by-law.
  3. The pavement degradation fee described in paragraph 4(2)(b) is not payable for,
    1. a road cut which does not affect the roadway pavement;
    2. municipal works, including work done as a condition of City development control, the prime purpose of which is the provision of pavement or its preservation;
    3. the provision of a new pavement structure to subgrade level which is at least one full traffic lane wide, the new joints of which coincide with traffic lane markings, is thirty (30) metres long, and which meets current road pavement design standards as determined by the General Manager;
    4. works on highways listed in the City’s current year reconstruction and resurfacing programs if carried out prior to the municipal reconstruction or resurfacing;
    5. trenchless works approved by the General Manager;
    6. the relocation of equipment to accommodate the City’s use of the highway;
    7. road cut repair work done pursuant to the warranty requirements of this By-law; and
    8. trench works where telecommunications ducts are installed, or provided for, and transferred to the City, but at the General Manager’s discretion.
  4. When the applicant is requesting multiple road cuts the City reserves the right to issue a single permit or multiple permits for the works, but in the case of utility pole installation, the road cut permit shall be for a highway rather than for the individual pole.
  5. A road cut permit shall not be issued until,
    1. proof of insurance has been filed as required by Section 6;
    2. security has been provided as required by Section 7;
    3. the permit fee or fees required by subsection 4(2) hereof has or have been paid;
    4. proof has been provided to show that the person applying for the permit is a duly authorized representative of the applicant;
    5. a telephone number for the service required by Section 8 has been provided; and
    6. the applicant has certified that,
      1. all public utilities have been informed of the proposed road cut; and
      2. work shall not commence until each public utility has given the applicant the position of its underground plant.
  6. The provisions of paragraphs 4(5)(a) and (b) do not apply to a City Department for work being done by that Department, but do apply to a person doing work for a City Department as a contractor.
  7. The provisions of paragraphs 4(5)(a) and (b) do not apply to a person doing work under a contract with the City as a contractor provided that the applicant submits a valid commence work order from a Department of the City.
  8. A road cut permit is not transferable
  9. A road cut permit shall become void if the work authorized by the permit is not commenced within sixty (60) calendar days of the date of its issue. An administrative fee for the renewal as indicated on Schedule “C” will be charged and is not refundable in whole or in part.
  10. No permit holder shall work at a job site without the road cut permit on-site and available for inspection.
  11. Where two (2) or more cuts are proposed, the General Manager may state the order in which the work is to be performed.
  12. The applicant shall be responsible for ensuring that all provisions of this and any other applicable by-law are met.
  13. The applicant is to be notified by the General Manager at the time of permit issuance if an overlay of a road is required in accordance with the provision of Section 12, paragraph (e) of this by-law.
  14. Road cut permits shall not be issued within the roadway on the highways described in Schedule “A”:
    1. where roadway construction, reconstruction or resurfacing has occurred within the year of and the three (3) calendar years following the proposed road cut; or
    2. for the installation of telecommunication duct where the trenching of a City highway for the installation of telecommunications duct has occurred within the year of and the three (3) calendar years following the proposed road cut.
  15. The limits imposed by subsection 4(14) shall not apply where,
    1. the applicant applies to the General Manager in writing for an exemption from the provisions of subsection 4(14) and receives written notification from the General Manager that those provisions are waived. An exemption will be granted by the General Manager if satisfied that,
      1. the proposed work must be done within the time period prescribed in subsection 4(14); and
      2. alternatives such as trenchless installation, the use of alternative highways, or the use of abandoned or other active plant is not available to the applicant; or
      3. where the City has not provided the applicant with notice of its plans for rehabilitation, construction or reconstruction.
    2. a road cut is made pursuant to the emergency provisions of Section 3, provided that the subsequent permit application is accompanied by a written description of the emergency and the reasons why the requirements of sub-paragraphs 4(15)(a)(i) and (ii) were met and could not be met respectively;
    3. the work proposed is the maintenance, rehabilitation, construction or reconstruction of a City highway, or the carrying out of other municipal works, the primary purpose of which is pavement provision or preservation;
    4. the subject of the application is the necessary repair or maintenance of existing underground works;
    5. the work is a utility work involving the repair of fluid or gas leaks; or
    6. the work is necessary because of a major interruption to any public works.
  16. When granting an exemption pursuant to paragraph 4(15)(a) hereof, the General Manager may, on a review of the pavement to be cut, impose special conditions to that exemption relating to,
    1. the restoration of special pavement surfacing;
    2. the collection of financial security and additional cost compensation; and
    3. the restoration of aesthetics and other environmental features.
  17. The permit holder shall display at the job site an easily read sign showing the names of,
    1. the permit holder;
    2. the person making the road cut; and
    3. the name of the entity for which the road cut is made.

Section 5 - Notice requirements for road cut and road activity

  1. No permit holder shall commence work on a road cut until at least two (2) working days after the permit for the road cut has been issued.
  2. Every permit holder shall, at least two (2) working days prior to commencing a road cut, notify the General Manager of the exact time it intends to start the work, and no work shall be started within that two (2) working days notice period unless otherwise authorized by the General Manager.
  3. For road activities on highways described on Schedule “B” to this by-law, where the proposed activity will have an impact on traffic and pedestrian movement, the person responsible for the road activity shall, at least two (2) working days prior to commencing the activity, notify the General Manager of the exact time it intends to start the work, and no work shall be started within that two (2) working days notice period.
  4. Subject to subsection 5(5), where a road cut or road activity will affect private property or its access or egress, the permit holder or the person responsible for the road activity shall, at least two (2) working days prior to commencing a road cut or road activity, notify the resident of the affected property of the plan for,
    1. the work,
    2. the approximate start date, and
    3. the duration of the work.
  5. Where the work is of a major nature or duration and will cause general inconvenience to all the residents and businesses located beside or near the highway where the work will occur, every permit holder or person responsible for the road activity shall, at least two (2) working days prior to commencing the work, notify every resident and business located beside or near the highway where the work will occur of the plan for,
    1. the work,
    2. the approximate start date, and
    3. the duration of the work.
  6. Despite subsection 5(1) hereof, the General Manager may determine, for reasons of public safety or the effective operation of the public transportation system, when a road cut, road activity or reinstatement of a road cut shall occur.
  7. Despite subsections 5(1) and 5(2) hereof, where it is required to reroute buses, or where there is significant disruption to traffic, the City or a public utility, the permit holder or the person responsible for the road activity shall provide five (5) working days notification to the General Manager to undertake any road activity or road cut.

Section 6 - Insurance

  1. Every applicant for a road cut permit shall provide and maintain Comprehensive/ Commercial General Liability insurance acceptable to the City and subject to limits of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000) inclusive per occurrence for bodily injury, death and damage to property including loss of use thereof. Such Comprehensive/Commercial General Liability insurance policy shall be in the name of the applicant and shall name the City of Ottawa as an additional insured thereunder. 
  2. The insurance coverage referred to in subsection (1) hereof shall be maintained for three (3) years following the date of final reinstatement of the highway.
  3. The insurance policy referred to in subsection (1) hereof shall contain an endorsement to provide the City with thirty (30) days written notice of cancellation.
  4. Evidence of the insurance referred to in subsection (1) hereof shall be provided to the City prior to issuance of a road cut permit and in subsequent years, including the three (3) year period referred to in subsection (2) hereof. Such evidence of insurance shall be satisfactory to the City and if requested by the City, the applicant shall provide certified copies of the Comprehensive/Commercial General Liability policy.

Section 7 - Security

  1. Every applicant for a road cut permit shall provide security in the amount of twenty-five thousand ($25,000.00) dollars to guarantee that the applicant will carry out and maintain the work authorized by the permit and that the highway is left in a proper state of repair to the satisfaction of the General Manager. The security referred to hereof shall cover up to ten (10) permits for which the guarantee period has not been completed.
  2. Despite subsection (1), in the case of a single cut an applicant for a permit may provide security in the amount of two thousand five hundred ($2,500.00) dollars.
  3. Despite subsection (1) hereof, the maximum amount of security to be provided by an applicant for road cut permits is fifty thousand ($50,000.00) dollars regardless of the number of permits the applicant possesses for which the guarantee period has not been completed.
  4. The City shall hold the security referred to in this section for a period of three (3) years following the date of final reinstatement, as a guarantee that the highway is left in a proper state of repair.

Section 8 - Telephone

The permit holder shall maintain and answer a telephone at all times (24 hours, seven days-a-week) during the period for which the permit holder is responsible for the road cut, including the guarantee period, so that the City can advise the permit holder of any necessary repairs to the road cut.

Section 9 - General road cut requirements

  1. The permit holder shall open a road cut in such a manner as to do the least possible damage to the highway and to any public utility or municipal service.
  2. The work shall proceed expeditiously and no permit holder shall allow a road cut to remain open for more than twenty-four (24) hours unless the work is actively in progress. 
  3. The site shall be kept clean and safe, and sources of dust controlled at all times until the final reinstatement has been completed.
  4. The permit holder and contractor shall comply with and be bound by the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, chap. O.1, as amended.

Section 10 - Excavated material and road cut methods

  1. No permit holder shall place material on any roadway or sidewalk at any time or in a location where, in the opinion of the General Manager, it will create a traffic or safety hazard.
  2. Where a road cut is made in any concrete surface, the permit holder shall break out and remove all concrete,
    1. to the nearest expansion joint, or dummy expansion joint, using a concrete saw if necessary, to provide on all sides of the road cut, a clean vertical surface; or
    2. as specified by the General Manager.
  3. Where a road cut is made in asphalt pavement, the asphalt shall be cut with a concrete saw to produce,
    1. a rectangular opening with edges which are vertically straight; and
    2. a cut, which is large enough to accommodate the proposed works without undermining the adjacent asphalt pavement.
  4. Where boring, jacking or tunneling is used for any subsurface road cut,
    1. the method used shall be approved by the General Manager; and
    2. if a cave-in, settlement or heaving results therefrom, the surface in the affected area shall be removed and reinstated by the permit holder in accordance with this by-law to the satisfaction of the General Manager.
  5. Where two (2) or more connections for sewer or water are to be made, the General Manager may state the order in which these connections are made. The lowest utility should be generally built first.

Section 11 - Reinstatement and backfill requirements

  1. The permit holder is responsible for,
    1. the temporary and permanent reinstatement of a road cut subject to the provisions of this by-law;
    2. the maintenance of temporary reinstatements, as provided for in this by-law, on every road cut which prior to November 14 in any year is not in a condition to be permanently reinstated, and is carried over for permanent reinstatement prior to June 30 of the following year;
    3. the employment of a contractor who meets the approval of the General Manager; and
    4. payment to the City of its winter inspection charges as shown in Schedule “C” to this by-law.
  2. All reinstatements shall be done to current O.P.S.S. standards and the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement. A highway shall be reinstated with,
    1. the same type of material, except for deleterious material, and to the same thickness as the adjoining construction when originally constructed; or
    2. material of a thickness that has been approved by the General Manager, and all reinstatements shall be to the satisfaction of the General Manager.
  3. Temporary surfacing of a roadway with asphalt, concrete, or surface treated surface shall meet the following requirements:
    1. the road cut shall be temporarily reinstated immediately after backfilling is completed;
    2. the reinstatement shall be to the same level as the adjacent surface; and
    3. prior to the highway being opened to traffic, the top seventy-five (75 mm) millimetres of the road cut shall be surfaced with hot mix asphalt, concrete, or, if hot mix asphalt is unavailable, with emulsified cold mix asphaltic material, all hand-tamped or rolled to a smooth, flat condition using commonly accepted practices and standard tamping or rolling equipment except as provided for in the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement.

Section 12 - Asphalt and surface treated

  1. Final reinstatement of asphalt and surface treated roadways shall meet the following requirements:
    1. final reinstatement shall be undertaken within thirty (30) days of backfilling, and unless otherwise specified by the General Manager, resurfacing shall be in accordance with the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement;
    2. despite the provisions of paragraph (a) hereof, the General Manager may allow the permit holder to resurface at a later date because of supply, weather or other conditions beyond the control of the contractor or permit holder;
    3. the asphalt shall be laid in accordance with all applicable O.P.S.S. standards and the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement;
    4. the road cut shall be reinstated to the same level as the adjacent surface and the riding surface shall be to the satisfaction of the General Manager; and
    5. the permit holder may be required to place a forty (40 mm) millimetre lift of hot mix HL3 asphalt over the roadway in addition to the road cut reinstatement. This shall be undertaken to the limits directed by, and to the satisfaction of the General Manager.

Section 13 - Concrete surface

  1. Final reinstatement of roadways with a concrete surface shall meet the following requirements:
    1. final reinstatement shall be undertaken within thirty (30) days of backfilling by resurfacing with portland cement concrete with nominal minimum design strength in conformity with O.P.S.S. standards and the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement unless otherwise specified by the General Manager;
    2. despite paragraph (a), the General Manager may allow the permit holder to resurface at a later date because of supply, weather or other conditions beyond the control of the permit holder;
    3. the concrete shall be placed in accordance with all applicable O.P.S.S. standards and the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement; and
    4. the road cut shall be reinstated to the same level as the adjacent surface and the riding surface shall be to the satisfaction of the General Manager.

Section 14 - Composite pavement

  1. Final reinstatement of roadways with composite pavement shall meet the following requirements:
    1. final reinstatement shall be undertaken within thirty (30) days of backfilling by placement of portland cement concrete base course according to the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement unless otherwise specified by the General Manager;
    2. despite paragraph (a), the General Manager may allow the permit holder to resurface at a later date because of supply, weather or other conditions beyond the control of the permit holder; and
    3. the road cut shall be reinstated to the same level as the adjacent surface and the riding surface shall be to the satisfaction of the General Manager.

Section 15 - Gravel surface

  1. Final reinstatement of roadways with a gravel surface shall meet the following requirements:
    1. the top one hundred and fifty (150 mm) millimetres of the road cut shall be Granular “A” material, compacted in accordance with the Standards for Utility Cut Reinstatement;
    2. a dust palliative shall be applied whenever requested by, and to the satisfaction of, the General Manager; and
    3. the road cut shall be reinstated to the same level as the adjacent surface and the riding surface shall be to the satisfaction of the General Manager.

Section 16 - Grassed surfaces

  1. Grassed areas shall be reinstated as follows:
  2. a minimum base of one hundred and fifty (150 mm) millimetres of top soil shall be placed over the road cut after backfilling and the sod shall be replaced; or
  3. if conditions warrant, the General Manager may allow all or part of the area to be seeded; and
  4. the permit holder shall maintain the seeded or sodded area until the grass is properly established, to the satisfaction of the General Manager.

Section 17 - Sidewalks

  1. Sidewalks and pathways shall be reinstated as follows:
  2. a concrete sidewalk or pathway shall be reinstated to the proper grade by pouring a slab of concrete, which shall be in accordance with the current City Standards; and
  3. an asphalt sidewalk or pathway shall be reinstated to the proper grade with hot mix HL3A asphalt, which shall have a minimum thickness of fifty (50 mm) millimetres.

Section 18 - Completion of work

Upon completion of the temporary surfacing or permanent reinstatement of the road cut all excess material shall be removed from the area of the road cut and the area shall be left in a safe, neat and clean condition, similar to the condition of the highway area adjacent to the road cut, all to the satisfaction of the General Manager.

Section 19 - Testing

  1. The General Manager may at any time require a permit holder to provide at the permit holder’s expense,
    1. test reports, from a testing laboratory satisfactory to the General Manager, showing the degree of compaction that has been achieved; or
    2. a certificate from an engineer, or from a testing laboratory satisfactory to the General Manager, certifying that the backfilling procedures have been performed in accordance with this by-law.

Section 20 - Protection of trees

  1. For the purposes of subsections (2) to (4) inclusive,
    1. the dripline is three-tenths of a metre (0.3 m) from the trunk of the tree for every 3 centimetres of trunk diameter; and
    2. the trunk diameter is measured at a height of one and two-tenths metres (1.2 m) for trees of fifteen centimetres (15cm) in diameter and greater, and at a height of three-tenths of a metre (0.3 m) for trees of less than fifteen centimetres (15cm) in diameter.
  2. Subject to subsection (3), no permit holder shall carry out work within the dripline of a City owned tree.
  3. If the permit holder must carry out work within the dripline of a City owned tree, the permit holder shall tunnel or bore under the dripline area.
  4. The permit holder shall protect all trees from materials, equipment and changes in the grade of soil within the dripline area by the placement of protective fencing.
  5. No permit holder shall remove, trim or alter any tree unless authorization is first received from the General Manager.
  6. If a tree is removed, or damaged and must be replaced, as determined by the General Manager, the permit holder shall be responsible for removing and replacing the tree at his or her expense and shall pay to the City the value of the removed tree.
  7. For the purposes of subsection (6), a replacement tree shall have a minimum diameter of seventy millimetres (70mm) measured at a point three-tenths of a metre (0.3 m) above ground level and be of a species approved by the General Manager, and the value of the tree to be replaced will be determined by City staff in accordance with the latest edition of the International Society of Arboriculture Tree Evaluation Guide, or at values determined by the General Manager and in effect at the time the damage took place.
  8. Where the physical conditions are such that the permit holder cannot comply with the provisions of subsection (2), (3) or (4), the General Manager may approve alternative methods of work to maximize the protection of trees.

Section 21 - Warning devices, barricades and traffic signs

  1. The permit holder shall erect and maintain warning devices, barricades and traffic signs where applicable, in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, chap. O.1, as amended, and any applicable provincial traffic regulations.
  2. If the permit holder fails to comply with subsection (1) hereof, the General Manager may order the erection and maintenance of any warning devices, barricades and signs considered necessary at the permit holder's expense, and the cost thereof shall be paid by the permit holder forthwith on demand, or deducted from the security.

Section 22 - Peak hour restrictions for road cut and road activity

  1. All permits issued for a road cut and all road activities on a highway set out in Schedule “B” to this by-law, shall be subject to the following peak hour restrictions from the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and from the hours of 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. unless written consent to the contrary is received from the General Manager:
    1. no trucks, vehicles, or equipment shall be parked or placed on a highway;
    2. no excavating or reinstatement of a highway shall take place; and
    3. every road cut shall be reinstated in accordance with this by-law, or covered with a steel plate which shall be,
      1. designed to prevent any movement or displacement of the plate, and
      2. of sufficient size to allow pedestrian and vehicular traffic to pass safely and expeditiously over the road cut.
  2. A legible copy of the written consent of the General Manager referred to in subsection (1) hereof shall be displayed at the site of the road cut.
  3. Despite subsection (1), additional provisions to extend peak hours at the discretion of the General Manager may be made on an individual case basis.
  4. Every permit holder shall comply with the provisions of subsection (1) and any additional provisions imposed by the General manager pursuant to subsection (3).

Section 23 - Closure to traffic

  1. No permit holder shall make a road cut which completely closes a highway to traffic or one direction of traffic on a divided highway unless:
    1. the written consent of the General Manager to the closing is obtained; and
    2. a written notice of the closing is given to the following or authorized representative,
      1. the City Chief of Police;
      2. the City Fire Chief;
      3. the City Transit Services Branch when the closure is on an established bus route; and
      4. the City’s Emergency and Protective Services Department.
  2. A legible copy of the written consent of the General Manager to the closing shall be displayed at the road cut site.

Section 24 - Explosives

  1. No permit holder shall use any explosives in connection with the work for which the permit has been issued unless:
    1. the work is conducted under applicable City of Ottawa Special Provisions and Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications, as amended; and (b)
    2. notification is provided to the City Right of Way Management Inspections Unit a minimum of 48 hours prior to conducting any blasting operations.

Section 25 - Cut failure and warranty requirements

  1. For temporary reinstatement of the highway, a permit holder is responsible for,
    1. the repairs necessary to correct any road cut considered by the General Manager to be unsatisfactory by excavation or reinstatement when any settlement or grade differences occur until the road cut has been permanently reinstated; and
    2. the repair of grade differences in excess of twenty-five (25 mm) millimetres regardless of cause.
  2. Following permanent reinstatement of the highway a permit holder is responsible for,
    1. subject to the provisions of subsection (3) hereof, the repairs necessary to correct any settlement or surface deterioration for a warranty period of thirty-six (36) months following the date of final reinstatement of the highway, being the last time the permit holder repaired the road cut; and
    2. the costs incurred by the City for any temporary and permanent surface repairs resulting from improper backfilling or compaction of the highway.
  3. A difference of twelve and one-half (12.5 mm) millimetres, or greater, between the reinstated surface and the undisturbed adjacent surface is deemed to be an unacceptable amount of settlement.
  4. Where the backfilling or reinstatement does not comply with the provisions of this by-law, or the backfilling or reinstatement settles, the General Manager shall give verbal notice to the permit holder, specifying the remedial work, which the permit holder must carry out.
  5. The verbal notice referred to in subsection (4) hereof shall be confirmed in writing and served on the permit holder, (a) by registered mail to the permit holder's address as stated in the application form; or (b) personally.
  6. If the permit holder has not done the work referred to in subsection (4) hereof within seventy-two (72) hours of delivery of the written notification, the General Manager may order the work to be done at the permit holder's expense. All costs incurred by the City shall be paid by the permit holder forthwith on demand, failing which the costs shall be deducted from the security.

Section 26 - Emergency repairs

  1. If the General Manager is of the opinion that a road cut reinstatement has created an emergency situation which can cause damage to vehicles or endanger the public, the General Manager may protect the area and,
    1. make immediate repairs; or
    2. telephone the permit holder using the telephone service provided by the permit holder as required by Section 8, advising the permit holder as to the repair work which must be carried out.
  2. If there is no answer from the permit holder’s telephone or the telephone is out of order or the permit holder does not carry out the required repairs to the satisfaction of the General Manager within four (4) hours of placing the telephone call, the General Manager may order the work to be done by the City and the General Manager shall confirm in writing to the permit holder the remedial action which has been taken.
  3. All work done by the City pursuant to subsections (1) or (2) hereof shall be at the expense of the permit holder and the costs of the City shall be paid by the permit holder forthwith on demand failing which the costs shall be deducted from the security.

Section 27 - Responsibility for claims

  1. Except as limited by subsection (2) hereof, a permit holder shall be responsible for all loss or damages arising from the work done by or for the permit holder.
  2. A permit holder shall be responsible for all loss or damage arising directly or indirectly from settlement of the surface of a highway within a period of three (3) years following the date of final reinstatement of the highway.
  3. Where a highway or public utility on the highway has been damaged by a permit holder, the City or the public utility respectively has the sole responsibility for deciding who shall carry out the repairs.

Section 28 - Indemnification

A road cut permit is issued subject to the condition that the permit holder shall indemnify the City and each of its officers, agents, servants and workmen from all causes of action, loss, costs or damages arising from the execution, non execution or imperfect execution of any work authorized by this by-law whether with or without negligence on the part of the permit holder or the officers, agents, servants or workmen of the permit holder.

Section 29 - Transition

Every permit issued pursuant to By-law No. 2001-349 being the City Road Cut By-law continues in force and shall be deemed to be issued under this by-law for regulatory and enforcement purposes.

Section 30 - Offence

  1. Every person who contravenes any of the provisions of this by-law is guilty of an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not to exceed the limits of the Provincial Offences Act.
  2. When a person has been convicted of an offence under this by law,
    1. the Ontario Court of Justice of the City of Ottawa, or
    2. any court of competent jurisdiction thereafter, may, in addition to any other penalty imposed on the person convicted, issue an order prohibiting the continuation or repetition of the offence or the doing of any act or thing by the person convicted directed toward the continuation or repetition of the offence.

Section 31 - Schedules

This by law includes Schedules “A”, “B” and “C” annexed hereto and the Schedules are hereby declared to form a part of this by-law.

Section 32 - Severability

If any section, subsection or part or parts thereof be declared by any Court of Law to be bad, illegal or ultra virus, such section, subsection or part or parts shall be deemed to be severable and all parts hereof are declared to be separate and independent and enacted as such.

Section 33 - Repeal

By-law No. 2001-349 entitled “A by-law of the City of Ottawa to regulate the entry onto and the cutting and reinstatement of City Roads” is repealed.

Section 34 - Short title

This by-law may be cited as the “Road Activity By-law”.

ENACTED AND PASSED this 10th day of September, 2003

CITY CLERK

MAYOR

A by-law of the City of Ottawa to regulate road activity on City highways. Enacted by City Council at its meeting of September 10, 2003.

Schedule "A"

Roads to which Pavement Degradation Fees and Moratorium Provisions Apply

Street Name From To Former City
2ND LINE DALMENY DALMENY Osgoode
8TH LINE VICTORIA MITCH OWENS Osgoode
ACRES CARLING RICHMOND Nepean
AIRPORT PKWY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) AIRPORT Gloucester
AIRPORT PKWY BRONSON CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) Ottawa
ALBERT MACKENZIE KING BRIDGE WELLINGTON Ottawa
ALBION LESTER MITCH OWENS Gloucester
ALERT LESTER UPLANDS Gloucester
ANDERSON INNES MITCH OWENS Gloucester
ARGYLE METCALFE METCALFE Ottawa
AYLWIN CANON SMITH FERRY West Carleton
BANK MITCH OWENS MARIONVILLE Osgoode
BANK CITY LIMIT (HUNT CLUB) MITCH OWENS Gloucester
BANK WELLINGTON CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) Ottawa
BANKFIELD EAGLESON RIDEAU VALLEY Nepean
BASE LINE WALKLEY RUSSELL Gloucester
BASELINE CITY LIMIT (WEST OF MORRISON) RICHMOND Nepean
BASELINE CITY LIMIT (WEST OF MORRISON) PRINCE OF WALES Ottawa
BAYVIEW WELLINGTON SOMERSET Ottawa
BEECHWOOD LANSDOWNE CRICHTON Ottawa
BESSERER CUMBERLAND NICHOLAS Ottawa
BLACKBURN BY-PASS INNES INNES Gloucester
BLAIR MONTREAL INNES Gloucester
BOOTH CHAUDIERE BRIDGE ALBERT Ottawa
BOTELER SUSSEX DALHOUSIE Ottawa
BOUNDARY MITCH OWENS RUSSELL Cumberland
BOUNDARY MITCH OWENS VICTORIA Osgoode
BOWESVILLE UPLANDS DEAD END Ottawa
BOWESVILLE DEAD END HUNT CLUB Ottawa
BRIDGE RIDEAU VALLEY CITY LIMIT (EAST OF RIVER) Rideau
BRONSON ALBERT HERON Ottawa
BROOKFIELD HOG'S BACK AIRPORT PKWY Ottawa
BURRITTS DONNELLY DEAD END Rideau
CAMERON QUEEN DEAD END Cumberland
CANON SMITH MARKET AYLWIN West Carleton
CARLING MARCH HERZBERG Kanata
CARLING OAKLEY HERZBERG Nepean
CARLING BRONSON OAKLEY Ottawa
CARP ROTHBOURNE GALETTA SIDE West Carleton
CARP ROTHBOURNE MAIN Goulbourn
CARTWRIGHT VICTORIA BOUNDARY Osgoode
CATHERINE ELGIN BRONSON Ottawa
CEDARVIEW BASELINE FALLOWFIELD Nepean
CEDARVIEW TRAIL BARNSDALE Nepean
CENTURY FOURTH LINE BOWRIN Rideau
CHAMBERLAIN IMPERIAL BANK Ottawa
CHAPEL MANN LEES Ottawa
CHARLOTTE LAURIER RIDEAU Ottawa
CHURCHILL SCOTT RICHMOND Ottawa
CLYDE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) MERIVALE Nepean
CLYDE MAITLAND CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF STARWOOD) Ottawa
COLONEL BY WELLINGTON RAMP (MACKENZIE) Ottawa
COLONIAL TRIM CANAAN Cumberland
COMMISSIONER WELLINGTON SLATER Ottawa
CONNIFER UPPER DWYER HILL MADAWASKA West Carleton
CONROY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) BANK Gloucester
CONROY WALKLEY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) Ottawa
COVENTRY VANIER PKWY ST. LAURENT Ottawa
CUMBERLAND RIDEAU BESSERER Ottawa
CYRVILLE CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) INNES Gloucester
CYRVILLE ST. LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) Ottawa
DALMENY BANK RIVER Osgoode
DATA CENTRE RIVERSIDE HERON Ottawa
DEVINE BOUNDARY ROCKDALE Cumberland
DILWORTH FOURTH LINE RIDEAU VALLEY Rideau
DONELLY GILROY (WEST OF) FOURTH LINE Rideau
DUKE BOOTH FLEET Ottawa
DUNNING QUEEN RUSSELL Cumberland
DUNROBIN THOMAS A. DOLAN GALETTA SIDE West Carleton
DUNROBIN THOMAS A. DOLAN MARCH Kanata
DWYER HILL DONNELLY CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF O'NEIL) Rideau
DWYER HILL MCARTON CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF PURDY) Goulbourn
EAGLESON HOPE SIDE BANKFIELD Goulbourn
EAGLESON QUEENSWAY HOPE SIDE Kanata
ELGIN WELLINGTON ISABELLA Ottawa
FAIRLAWN LENESTER CARLING Ottawa
FALLOWFIELD EAGLESON DWYER HILL Goulbourn
FALLOWFIELD EAGLESON PRINCE OF WALES Nepean
FERRY GALETTA SIDE DEAD END West Carleton
FISHER CARLING PRINCE OF WALES Ottawa
FLEET BOOTH DEAD END Ottawa
FOURTH LINE DONNELLY CENTURY Rideau
FRANKTOWN QUEEN ASHTON STATION Goulbourn
GALETTA SIDE HWY 15 DUNROBIN West Carleton
GREENBANK CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) JOCKVALE Nepean
GREENBANK QUEENSWAY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) Ottawa
GREENFIELD MANN MAIN Ottawa
GREGOIRE VICTORIA MARIONVILLE Osgoode
HARBOUR GALETTA SIDE MARKET West Carleton
HAWTHORNE MAIN ELGIN Ottawa
HAWTHORNE WALKLEY HUNT CLUB Ottawa
HAZELDEAN CITY LIMIT (WEST OF KINCARDINE) HIGHWAY 7 Goulbourn
HAZELDEAN EAGLESON CITY LIMIT (WEST OF KINCARDINE) Kanata
HEMLOCK ST. LAURENT LANDSDOWNE Ottawa
HERON PRINCE OF WALES WALKLEY Ottawa
HERRICK HWY 17 UPPER DWYER HILL West Carleton
HILL WELLINGTON ALBERT Ottawa
HOG'S BACK RIVERSIDE PRINCE OF WALES Ottawa
HOLLAND FISHER SCOTT Ottawa
HOPE SIDE EAGLESON RICHMOND Nepean
HUNT CLUB HAWTHORNE CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVERSIDE) Ottawa
HUNTLEY FLEWELLYN PERTH Goulbourn
HUNTMAR PALLADIUM PALLADIUM Kanata
HWY 15 LUNNEY HWY 17 West Carleton
INDUSTRIAL RIVERSIDE ST. LAURENT Ottawa
INNES DUNNING JEANNE D'ARC Cumberland
INNES JEANNE D'ARC BLACKBURN BY-PASS Gloucester
INNES BLACKBURN BY-PASS STAR TOP Gloucester
INNES STAR TOP ST. LAURENT Ottawa
ISABELLA ELGIN BANK Ottawa
JEANNE D'ARC FORTUNE INNES Gloucester
JOCKVALE GREENBANK PRINCE OF WALES Nepean
KENT WELLINGTON CHAMBERLAIN Ottawa
KINBURN SIDE TIMMINS DUNROBIN West Carleton
KING EDWARD SUSSEX / RAMP TO MACDONALD-CARTIER BRIDGE MANN Ottawa
KIRKWOOD RICHMOND MERIVALE Ottawa
LAURIER CHARLOTTE BRONSON Ottawa
LEES CHAPEL MAIN Ottawa
LEITRIM RIVER RUSSELL Gloucester
LEMIEUX CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) LABELLE Gloucester
LEMIEUX ST. LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) Ottawa
LENESTER FAIRLAWN WOODROFFE Ottawa
LESTER BANK ALERT Gloucester
LUNNEY WALTER BRADLEY HWY 15 West Carleton
LYON WELLINGTON CATHERINE Ottawa
MACDONAL-CARTIER BRIDGE KING EDWARD CITY LIMIT Ottawa
MACKENZIE ST. PATRICK COLONEL BY Ottawa
MACKENZIE KING WALLER ALBERT/SLATER Ottawa
MADAWASKA CONNIFER HWY 17 West Carleton
MAIN STAGECOACH RIVER Osgoode
MAIN HAZELDEAN FLEWELLYN Goulbourn
MAIN ECHO SMYTH Ottawa
MAITLAND CARLING CLYDE Ottawa
MANN GREENFIELD CHAPEL Ottawa
MARCH GOLDEN LINE HUNTMAR West Carleton
MARCH QUEENSWAY HUNTMAR Kanata
MARKET HARBOUR CANON SMITH West Carleton
MARVELVILLE GREGOIRE BANK Osgoode
MCARTHUR ST.LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DIEPPE) Ottawa
MCARTHUR RIVER CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DIEPPE) Vanier
MCBEAN PERTH BOWRIN Goulbourn
MCLEOD METCALFE METCALFE Ottawa
MEADOWLANDS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF FISHER) WOODROFFE Nepean
MEADOWLANDS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF FISHER) PRINCE OF WALES Ottawa
MERIVALE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) PRINCE OF WALES Nepean
MERIVALE ISLAND PARK CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) Ottawa
MERIVALE CARLING MERIVALE Ottawa
MERLYN WILSON DONNELLY DEAD END Rideau
METCALFE WELLINGTON ISABELLA Ottawa
MILTON NAVAN RUSSELL Cumberland
MITCH OWENS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVER) BOUNDARY Gloucester
MONTREAL ST. JOSEPH CITY LIMIT (EAST OF BLAIR) Gloucester
MONTREAL CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DUCHARME) CITY LIMIT (WEST OF BLAIR) Ottawa
MONTREAL CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVER) CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DUCHARME) Vanier
MOODIE RICHMOND CARLING Nepean
MOODIE WEST HUNT CLUB (NORTH OF) BANKFIELD Nepean
MUNSTER FALLOWFIELD FRANKTOWN Goulbourn
MURRAY ST. PATRICK MACKENZIE Ottawa
NAVAN MER BLEUE TRIM Cumberland
NAVAN BLACKBURN BY-PASS MER BLEUE Gloucester
NICHOLAS MANN OVERPASS RIDEAU Ottawa
NIXON SNAKE ISLAND CITY LIMIT (EAST OF RIVER) Osgoode
O'CONNOR WELLINGTON ISABELLA Ottawa
OGILVIE MONTREAL CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) Gloucester
OGILVIE ST. LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) Ottawa
OLD TENTH LINE TENTH LINE REGIONAL ROAD 174 Cumberland
ORLEANS ST. JOSEPH INNES Gloucester
PALLADIUM TERRY FOX HUNTMAR Kanata
PALLADIUM HUNTMAR HUNTMAR West Carleton
PARKDALE OTTAWA RIVER PKWY CARLING Ottawa
PERTH EAGLESON QUEEN Goulbourn
PINECREST QUEENSWAY CARLING Ottawa
PLACE D'ORLEANS ST. JOSEPH PLACE D'ORLEANS Cumberland
PLACE D'ORLEANS ST. JOSEPH RAMP Gloucester
PLACE D'ORLEANS PLACE D'ORLEANS CHAMPLAIN Gloucester
PRESTON WELLINGTON PRINCE OF WALES Ottawa
PRINCE OF WALES FOURTH LINE BANKFIELD Rideau
PRINCE OF WALES CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF FISHER) BANKFIELD Nepean
PRINCE OF WALES PRESTON CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF FISHER) Ottawa
PRINCESS RIDEAU GATE ROCKCLIFFE PKWY Ottawa
QUEEN TRIM DUNNING Cumberland
RAMP @ ST. LAURENT SHOP. CENTRE LABELLE SHOPPING CENTRE Ottawa
RAMP @ NICHOLAS/WALLER/MACKENZIE     Ottawa
REGIONAL RD. 174 CHAMPLAIN CITY LIMIT (EAST OF CANAAN) Cumberland
REGIONAL RD 174 CHAMPLAIN QUEENSWAY (HWY 417) Gloucester
RICHMOND CITY LIMIT (BAYSHORE) ROBERTSON Nepean
RICHMOND MOODIE FALLOWFIELD Nepean
RICHMOND WESTERN BAYSHORE Ottawa
RIDEAU CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVER) SUSSEX Ottawa
RIDEAU VALLEY DILWORTH BANKFIELD Rideau
RIDEAU VALLEY PRINCE OF WALES BANKFIELD Nepean
RIVER DALMENY (SOUTH OF) MITCH OWENS Osgoode
RIVER RIVERSIDE MITCH OWENS Gloucester
RIVER MONTREAL MCARTHUR Vanier
RIVERSIDE QUEENSWAY CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF LIMEBANK) Ottawa
RIVERSIDE (EXT.) INDUSTRIAL/RIVERSIDE TRANSITWAY Ottawa
ROBERTSON RICHMOND EAGLESON Nepean
ROCHESTER GLADSTONE CARLING Ottawa
ROCKDALE RUSSELL CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HWY 417) Cumberland
ROGER STEVENS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF MONTAGUE BOUNDARY) CITY LIMIT (EAST OF RIDEAU VALLEY) Rideau
RUSSELL BOUNDARY CANAAN Cumberland
RUSSELL CITY LIMIT (SOUT OF RIDGE) BOUNDARY Gloucester
RUSSELL SMYTH WALKLEY Ottawa
RUSSELL HAWTHORNE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF RIDGE) Ottawa
RUSSLAND ROCKDALE SAUMURE Cumberland
SAUMURE RUSSELL RUSSLAND Cumberland
SCOTT BAYVIEW CHURCHILL Ottawa
SLATER MACKENZIE KING BRIDGE ALBERT Ottawa
SMYTH RIVERSIDE MAIN Ottawa
SNAKE ISLAND BANK NIXON Osgoode
SOMERSET ELGIN WELLINGTON Ottawa
ST. JOSEPH CITY LIMIT (EAST OF PLACE D'ORLEANS) TRIM Cumberland
ST. JOSEPH CITY LIMIT (EAST OF PLACE D'ORLEANS) MONTREAL Gloucester
ST. LAURENT HEMLOCK SMYTH Ottawa
ST. PATRICK MACKENZIE VANIER PKWY Ottawa
STAGECOACH MITCH OWENS BELMEADE Osgoode
SUSSEX RIDEAU GATE WELLINGTON Ottawa
TENTH LINE NORTH SERVICE NAVAN Cumberland
TERRY FOX HAZELDEAN QUEENSWAY Kanata
THOMAS A. DOLAN CARP STONECREST West Carleton
THOMAS A. DOLAN STONECREST DUNROBIN Kanata
TRAIL MOODIE CEDARVIEW Nepean
TRIM TRANSITWAY INNES Cumberland
TRIM NAVAN COLONIAL Cumberland
UPLANDS CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) AIRPORT PKWY Gloucester
UPLANDS CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) HUNT CLUB Ottawa
UPLANDS BOWESVILLE RIVERSIDE Ottawa
UPPER DWYER HILL MCARTON KINBURN SIDE West Carleton
VANIER CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF DONALD) QUEENSWAY Ottawa
VANIER BEECHWOOD CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF MCARTHUR) Vanier
VICTORIA BOUNDARY BANK Osgoode
VINCENT MASSEY RAMPS   Ottawa
WALKLEY CITY LIMIT (EAST OF SHEFFIELD) BASE LINE Gloucester
WALKLEY RIVERSIDE CITY LIMIT (EAST OF SHEFFIELD) Ottawa
WALLER RIDEAU TRANSITWAY Ottawa
WELLINGTON SUSSEX BAYVIEW Ottawa
WELLINGTON SOMERSET WESTERN Ottawa
WEST HUNT CLUB CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVERSIDE) RICHMOND Nepean
WOODROFFE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) PRINCE OF WALES Nepean
WOODROFFE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) WOODROFFE Nepean
WOODROFFE OTTAWA RIVER PKWY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) Ottawa

Schedule "B"

Roads to which Peak Hour Restrictions Apply

Street Name From To
2ND LINE DALMENY DALMENY
8TH LINE VICTORIA MITCH OWENS
ABBEYHILL EAGLESON CASTLEFRANK
ACACIA BEECHWOOD MAPLE
ACRES CARLING RICHMOND
ADMIRAL CRERAR SHILLINGTON
AGES HAWTHORNE SWANSEA
AIRPORT PKWY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) AIRPORT
AIRPORT PKWY BRONSON CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB)
ALBERT MACKENZIE BRIDGE WELLINGTON
ALBION BANK MITCH OWENS
ALBION HUNT CLUB JOHNSTON
ALBION HEATHERINGTON WALKLEY
ALERT LESTER UPLANDS
ALEXANDER CHARLES SUSSEX
ALFRED MONTFORT MONTREAL
ALPINE SEVERN CLARENDA
ALTA VISTA BANK INDUSTRIAL
AMBERWOOD MERIVALE PRINCE OF WALES
AMBLESIDE MCEWEN NEW ORCHARD
AMIENS PRESTONE PRESTWICK
ANDERSON INNES MITCH OWENS
ANTARES AURIGA WEST HUNT CLUB
APPLETON MEADOWBROOK BEAVERPOND
ARCH CANTERBURY PLEASANT PARK
ARENA BANK END
ARGYLE METCALFE ELGIN
ATHANS SIXTH BANK
AURIGA DEAKIN ANTARES
AVIATION PKWY HEMLOCK NORTH END
AYLWIN CANON SMITH FERRY
BANK CITY LIMIT (HUNT CLUB) MITCH OWENS
BANK MITCH OWENS MARIONVILLE
BANK WELLINGTON CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB)
BANKFIELD EAGLESON RIDEAU VALLEY
BANNER GREENBANK MCCLELLAN
BANTREE BLACKWELL SHEFFIELD
BANTREE NEWMARKET OLD INNES
BASE LINE WALKLEY RUSSELL
BASELINE RICHMOND CITY LIMIT (WEST OF MORRISON)
BASELINE CITY LIMIT (WEST OF MORRISON) PRINCE OF WALES
BATHGATE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF PLUMBER) OGILVIE
BATHGATE DEG HAAG CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF PLUMBER)
BAY WELLINGTON SLATER
BAYCREST WALKLEY HERON
BAYSHORE CARLING RICHMOND
BAYVIEW WELLINGTON SOMERSET
BEARBROOK ST. JOSEPH WEST PARK
BEARBROOK WEST PARK NORTH PARK
BEATRICE QUEENSBURY LONGFIELDS
BEAUSEJOUR ORLEANS ORLEANS
BEAUSOLEIL COBOURG ST. PATRICK
BEAVERBROOK TETRON WESLOCK
BEAVERPOND BLAIR APPLETON
BEECHFERN HEDGEROW WINTERGREEN
BEECHWOOD LANSDOWNE CRICHTON
BELANGER BANK CLEMENTINE
BELCOURT ST. JOSEPH SUNVIEW
BELFAST COVENTRY ST. LAURENT
BELL POWELL ELIZABETH
BELLMAN MCCLELLAN GREENBANK
BENTLEY MERIVALE GIFFORD
BERNARD PRINCE ALBERT QUEEN MARY
BERRIGAN GREENBANK LONGFIELDS
BESSERER CUMBERLAND NICHOLAS
BILBERRY JEANNE D'ARC JEANNE D'ARC
BIRCH HEMLOCK SANDRIDGE
BLACKBURN BY-PASS INNES INNES
BLACKWELL BANTREE LEEDS
BLAIR MASSEY INNES
BLAIR NEIGHBORHOOD ROLLAND
BLOHM LORRY GREENBERG HUNT CLUB
BONGARD MERIVALE TRISTAN
BOOTH CHAUDIERE BRIDGE ALBERT
BOOTH SOMERSET POPLAR
BOOTH RAYMOND CARLING
BOTELER SUSSEX DALHOUSIE
BOTTRIELL MERKLEY CHARLEMAGNE
BOUDREAU DUFORD GRANVILLE
BOUNDARY MITCH OWENS RUSSELL
BOUNDARY MITCH OWENS VICTORIA
BOWESVILLE UPLANDS DEAD END
BOWESVILLE DEAD END HUNT CLUB
BOYER JEANNE D'ARC MEADOWGLEN
BRADFORD SALINA CASSELS
BRIDGE RIDEAU VALLEY CITY LIMIT (EAST OF RIVER)
BRIDGESTONE EAGLESON SPUR
BRIDLE PARK STONEMEADOW EQUESTRIAN
BRIDLE PATH ALBION CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF PIMLICO)
BRIDLE PATH CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF PIMLICO) HUNT CLUB
BRIDLEWOOD STONEHAVEN STEEPLE CHASE
BRITANNIA CASSELS DON
BRITTANY MONTREAL ST. LAURENT
BRONSON ALBERT HERON
BROOKFIELD HOG'S BACK AIRPORT PKWY
BROOKFIELD KALADAR CLOVER
BRUIN CEDARVIEW CASSIDY
BRUYERE DALHOUSIE SUSSEX
BURNBANK PRATT GRENFELL
BURRITTS DONNELLY DEAD END
BYRON HOLLAND ROOSEVELT
CADENCE EAGLESON EQUESTRIAN
CAHILL ALBION HUNT CLUB
CAHILL BANK SOUTHGATE
CAHILL MCCARTHY UPLANDS
CALDWELL MERIVALE EDGECLIFFE
CALEDON TERMINAL INDUSTRIAL
CAMBRIDGE PRIMROSE LAURIER
CAMELOT CLEOPATRA MERIVALE
CAMERON QUEEN DEAD END
CAMPEAU MARCH TERRY FOX
CANON SMITH MARKET AYLWIN
CANOTEK SHEFFORD CANOTEK
CANTERBURY HALIFAX KILBORN
CANYON WALK SPRATT DEAD END
CAPITAL GRENFELL MERIVALE
CARLETON PREMIER SCOTT
CARLING MARCH HERZBERG
CARLING OAKLEY HERZBERG
CARLING BRONSON OAKLEY
CARP ROTHBOURNE MAIN
CARP ROTHBOURNE GALETTA SIDE
CARSON'S MONTREAL DEN HAAG
CARTIER GLADSTONE SOMERSET
CARTWRIGHT VICTORIA BOUNDARY
CASSELS BRITTANIA BRADFORD
CASSIDY BRUIN NORTHSIDE
CASTLEFRANK KATIMAVIK GLAMORGAN
CASTLEFRANK KNUDSON EARL GREY
CATHERINE ELGIN BRONSON
CAVAN EDGECLIFFE RAVEN
CEDARVIEW BASELINE KENNEVALE
CEDARVIEW TRAIL BARNSDALE
CENTRAL PARK MERIVALE MERIVALE
CENTREPOINTE HEMMINGWOOD HEMMINGWOOD
CENTRUM PLACE D'ORLEANS PRESTONE
CENTURY FOURTH LINE BOWRIN
CHAMBERLAIN IMPERIAL BANK
CHAMPLAIN PLACE D'ORLEANS DECARIE
CHAPEL RIDEAU LEES
CHARLEMAGNE TENTH LINE TENTH LINE
CHARLES ALEXANDER JOHN
CHARLOTTE LAURIER TORMEY
CHARLTON MATHESON LOTUS
CHARLTON LOTUS PLUMBER
CHARTRAND DUFORD DUFORD
CHESTERTON MEADOWLANDS VIEWMOUNT
CHURCHILL LANARK CARLING
CITY PARK OGILVIE OGILVIE
CLARE KIRKWOOD CHURCHILL
CLARENDA NEVILLE ALPINE
CLEARVIEW ELLENDALE NORTHWESTERN
CLEMENTINE HERON BELANGER
CLEOPATRA WEST HUNT CLUB CAMELOT
CLOVER BROOKFIELD HERON
CLYDE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) MERIVALE
CLYDE WOODWARD LAPERRIERE
CLYDE MAITLAND CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE)
COBOURG NORTH OF ST. PATRICK TORMEY
CODD'S POLARIS CARSON'S
COLONEL BY WELLINGTON RAMP (MACKENZIE)
COLONIAL TRIM CANAAN
COMMISSIONER WELLINGTON SLATER
CONNAUGHT SEVERN HENLEY
CONNIFER UPPER DWYER HILL MADAWASKA
CONROY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) BANK
CONROY WALKLEY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB)
CORKSTOWN CRYSTAL BEACH CARLING
CORONATION RUSSELL NEIGHBORHOOD
COSMO VIA VENUS COTTAGE
COTTAGE COSMO POLARIS
COVENTRY VANIER PKWY ST. LAURENT
COXFORD WREN WICK
CRAIG HENRY GREENBANK KNOXDALE
CREEK CROSSING ORLEANS PAGE
CRERAR FISHER ADMIRAL
CRICHTON CHARLES ST. PATRICK
CROIL CITY LIMIT (WET OF MCGILL) MCGILL
CROIL ROYAL CITY LIMIT (WEST OF MCGILL)
CROWNHILL SEGUIN LEROY
CROYDON CARLING REGINA
CRYSTAL BEACH CARLING CORKSTOWN
CUMBERLAND MURRAY ST. PATRICK
CUMBERLAND RIDEAU BESSERER
CUMMINGS CITY LIMIT (SHANE) DONALD
CUMMINGS MONTREAL CITY LIMIT (SHANE)
CURTIS DE NIVERVILLE DE NIVERVILLE
CYRVILLE CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) INNES
CYRVILLE ST. LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT)
DAIRY TRIM QUEEN
DALHOUSIE BESSERER BOTELER
DALMENY BANK RIVER
DATA CENTRE RIVERSIDE HERON
DAVIDSON BANK CONROY
DE L' EGLANTINE HOLLAND ROSS
DE LA COLOMBINE PARKDALE ROSS
DE NIVERVILLE ROYAL DE NIVERVILLE (CITY LIMIT)
DE NIVERVILLE DE NIVERVILLE (CITY LIMIT) CURTIS
DE NIVERVILLE CURTIS MCGILL
DEAKIN PRINCE OF WALES AURIGA
DECARIE CHAMPLAIN JEANNE D'ARC
DELMAR PLEASANT PARK PLAYFAIR
DELONG MASSEY ROTHWELL
DEN HAAG CARSON'S BATHGATE
DES EPINETTES TENTH LINE CITY LIMIT
DES EPINETTES CITY LIMIT JEANNE D'ARC
DES PERES BLANCS LIMIT MARIER
DEVINE BOUNDARY ROCKDALE
DILWORTH FOURTH LINE RIDEAU VALLEY
DON BRITANNIA GREENVIEW
DONALD CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) CUMMINGS
DONALD QUILL FRANCES
DONALD ST. LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT)
DONELLY GILROY (WEST OF) FOURTH LINE
DOVERCOURT SHERBOURNE KIRKWOOD
DOWNPATRICK CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF WYMAN) UPLANDS
DOWNPATRICK HUNT CLUB CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF WYMAN)
DRAPER LISA MORRISON
DU GRAND BOIS PRESTWICK INNES
DUFORD ST. JOSEPH GLENEAGLES
DUFORD LAVERGNE BOUDREAU
DUKE BOOTH FLEET
DUMAURIER PINECREST RAMSEY
DUMAURIER RAMSEY RICHMOND
DUNHAM LEROY OGILVIE
DUNNING QUEEN RUSSELL
DUNROBIN THOMAS A. DOLAN MARCH
DUNROBIN THOMAS A. DOLAN GALETTA SIDE
DWYER HILL MCARTON CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF PURDY)
DWYER HILL CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF O'NEIL) DONNELLY
EAGLESON HOPE SIDE BANKFIELD
EAGLESON QUEENSWAY HOPE SIDE
EARL GREY CASTLEFRANK END OF BUS ROUTE
EARL MULLIGAN WOODROFFE MOUNTSHANNON
EASTPARK INNES RIDGEBURN
EASTVALE OGILVIE OGILVIE
EATON LYNHAR LARKSPUR
EDGECLIFFE CALDWELL CAVAN
EIGHTH QUEENSDALE ROSEBELLA
ELGIN WELLINGTON PRETORIA
ELIZABETH BELL BOOTH
ELLENDALE CLEARVIEW LANARK
ELWOOD SEGUIN MONTREAL
EMERALD MEADOWS EAGLESON GRASSY PLAINS
EQUESTRIAN HARNESS BRIDLE PARK
ERINDALE BASELINE MAITLAND
ESSON BLOHM HUNT CLUB
FABLE SHERWAY JOCKVALE
FAIRLAWN LENESTER CARLING
FALLOWFIELD EAGLESON DWYER HILL
FALLOWFIELD EAGLESON PRINCE OF WALES
FEATHERSTON JEFFERSON KILBORN
FENTON LEITRIM ALBION
FERRY GALETTA SIDE DEAD END
FIFESHIRE AMBERWOOD TENNYSON
FIRST BRONSON O'CONNOR
FISHER CARLING PRINCE OF WALES
FLAMBOROUGH MORGAN'S GRANT TERRY FOX
FLANDERS MARAVISTA KENNEVALE
FLANNERY BROOKFIELD SPRINGLAND
FLEET BOOTH DEAD END
FOREST VALLEY ST. JOSEPH MEADOWGLEN
FORTUNE JEANNE D'ARC ORLEANS
FOURTH LINE DONNELLY CENTURY
FOXFIELD WOLFGANG GREENBANK
FRANCES DONALD PRINCE ALBERT
FRANKTOWN QUEEN ASHTON STATION
GALETTA SIDE HWY 15 DUNROBIN
GARDENWAY PORTOBELLO CHARLEMAGNE
GENEST ST. CHARLES MARIER
GIBBARD GREENBANK KNOXDALE
GIFFORD BENTLEY BONGARD
GLADSTONE CARTIER PARKDALE
GLAMORGAN CASTLEFRANK CASTLEFRANK
GLEBE BRONSON O'CONNOR
GLENEAGLES ST. GEORGES DUFORD
GRANDVIEW CARLING HASTINGS
GRANVILLE BOUDREAU MONTREAL
GRASSY PLAINS BRIDGESTONE STONEHAVEN
GREENBANK CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) JOCKVALE
GREENBANK QUEENSWAY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE)
GREENFIELD MANN MAIN
GREENSIDE MACFARLANE MAYO
GREGOIRE VICTORIA MARIONVILLE
GRENFELL PRATT SLACK
GREY NUNS ST. JOSEPH JEANNE D'ARC
GROVE SENECA BANK
HAANEL TIMM NORTH LIMIT
HAIG SMYTH PLEASANT PARK
HARBOUR GALETTA SIDE MARKET
HARNESS EQUESTRIAN STONEHAVEN
HASTINGS GRANDVIEW DEAD END
HAWTHORNE MAIN ELGIN
HAWTHORNE WALKLEY HUNT CLUB
HAZELDEAN CITY LIMIT (WEST OF KINCARDINE) HIGHWAY 7
HAZELDEAN EAGLESON CITY LIMIT (WEST OF KINCARDINE)
HEATHERINGTON ALBION WALKLEY
HEDGEROW BEECHFERN TRAILWAY
HELMSDALE TERRY FOX SHIRLEY'S BROOK
HEMLOCK AVIATION PKWY POLARIS
HEMLOCK ST. LAURENT LANDSDOWNE
HEMMINGWOOD CENTREPOINTE CENTREPOINTE
HENEY WURTEMBURG COBOURG
HENLEY CONNAUGHT TAVISTOCK
HERON PRINCE OF WALES WALKLEY
HERRICK HWY 17 UPPER DWYER HILL
HERZBERG LEGGET MARCH
HIAWATHA PARK ST. LOUIS ROSLYN
HILL WELLINGTON ALBERT
HOBIN CARP MAIN
HOG'S BACK RIVERSIDE PRINCE OF WALES
HOLLAND FISHER DE LA COLOMBINE
HOPE SIDE EAGLESON RICHMOND
HOWE POULIN BRITANNIA
HUNT CLUB HAWTHORNE CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVERSIDE)
HUNTLEY FLEWELLYN PERTH
HUNTMAR PALLADIUM PALLADIUM
HWY 15 LUNNEY HWY 17
IMPERIAL BRONSON CHAMBERLAIN
INDUSTRIAL RIVERSIDE ST. LAURENT
INNES JEANNE D'ARC DUNNING
INNES JEANNE D'ARC BLACKBURN BY-PASS
INNES BLACKBURN BY-PASS STAR TOP
INNES INNES INNES
INNES ST. LAURENT STAR TOP
IRIS NAVAHO GREENBANK
ISABELLA ELGIN BANK
JASMINE OGILVIE OGILVIE
JEANNE D'ARC TENTH LINE CHAMPLAIN
JEANNE D'ARC CHAMPLAIN INNES
JEFFERSON FEATHERSTON HERON
JOCKVALE CEDARVIEW TARTAN
JOCKVALE GREENBANK PRINCE OF WALES
JOHN CHARLES SUSSEX
JOHN SUTHERLAND BASELINE RICHMOND
JOHNSTON CONROY BLOHM
JOHNSTON ALBION TAPIOLA
JOHNSTON BANK SOUTHGATE
KAKULU CASTLEFRANK PICKFORD
KAKULU PICKFORD EAGLESON
KALADAR HERON BROOKFIELD
KARSH LORRY GREENBERG BLOHM
KATIMAVIK EAGLESON TERRY FOX
KELLY PINECREST NEVILLE
KENNEVALE CEDARVIEW WEYBRIDGE
KENT WELLINGTON CHAMBERLAIN
KEYWORTH PREMIER CLEARVIEW
KILBORN CANTERBURY BANK
KINBURN SIDE TIMMINS DUNROBIN
KING SHILLINGTON SUMMERVILLE
KING EDWARD SUSSEX / RAMP TO MACDONALD-CARTIER BRIDGE MANN
KIRKWOOD RICHMOND MERIVALE
KNIGHTSBRIDGE WOODROFFE LOCKHART
KNOXDALE WEST HUNT CLUB NEWHAVEN
KNOXDALE CRAIG HENRY WOODROFFE
KNUDSON CAMPEAU CASTLEFRANK
LANARK CHURCHILL ELLENDALE
LANCASTER ST.LAURENT WALKLEY
LAPERRIERE CLYDE KIRKWOOD
LARKIN FALLOWFIELD GREENBANK
LARKSPUR NORTHSIDE EATON
LAURIER CHARLOTTE CAMBRIDGE
LAVERENDRYE QUINCY OGILVIE
LAVERGNE STE. MONIQUE DUFORD
LEACOCK BEAVERBROOK BEAVERBROOK
LEEDS BLACKWELL SHEFFIELD
LEES CHAPEL MAIN
LEGGET TERRY FOX HERZBERG
LEIKIN MERIVALE BILL LEATHEM
LEITRIM RIVER RUSSELL
LEMIEUX CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT) LABELLE
LEMIEUX ST. LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT)
LENESTER FAIRLAWN WOODROFFE
LEROY CROWNHILL BLAIR
LESTER BANK ALERT
LISA GREENBANK DRAPER
LOCKHART SAVILLE KNIGHTSBRIDGE
LOLA QUEEN MARY COVENTRY
LONGFIELDS BERRIGAN WOODROFFE
LORRY GREENBERG HUNT CLUB BLOHM
LOYOLA OGILVIE SHEFFORD
LUNNEY WALTER BRADLEY HWY 15
LYNHAR RICHMOND EATON
LYON WELLINGTON CATHERINE
MACDONAL-CARTIER BRIDGE KING EDWARD CITY LIMIT
MACFARLANE DEAKIN MERIVALE
MACKENZIE ST. PATRICK COLONEL BY
MACKENZIE KING WALLER ALBERT/SLATER
MADAWASKA CONNIFER HWY 17
MAIN HAZELDEAN FLEWELLYN
MAIN STAGECOACH RIVER
MAIN ECHO SMYTH
MAITLAND CARLING CLYDE
MAJESTIC WOODROFFE NEWHAVEN
MAJOR TOMPKINS DUFORD
MALVERN SHERWAY GREENBANK
MANN GREENFIELD RANGE
MAPLE SPRINGFIELD ACACIA
MARAVISTA WEYBRIDGE CEDARVIEW
MARCH QUEENSWAY HUNTMAR
MARCH GOLDEN LINE HUNTMAR
MARIER GENEST STE. MONIQUE
MARIER DES PERES BLANCS MONTFORT
MARKET HARBOUR CANON SMITH
MARVELVILLE GREGOIRE BANK
MASSEY BLAIR DELONG
MATHESON CHARLTON BATHGATE
MAXIME RIDGEBROOK CYRVILLE
MAYO TENNYSON GREENSIDE
MCARTHUR ST.LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DIEPPE)
MCARTHUR RIVER CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DIEPPE)
MCBEAN PERTH BOWRIN
MCBRIDE RAVEN LAPERRIERE
MCCARTHY WALKLEY PLANTE
MCCARTHY PAUL ANKA PLANTE
MCCLELLAN BANNER BELLMAN
MCCURDY CASTLEFRANK CASTLEFRANK
MCELROY MORTON RICKEY
MCEWEN RICHMOND DEAD END
MCGILL CROIL DE NIVERVILLE
MCLEOD METCALFE METCALFE
MCRAE RICHMOND SCOTT
MEADOWBROOK APPLETON RIDGEBROOK
MEADOWGLEN BOYER FOREST VALLEY
MEADOWLANDS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF FISHER) WOODROFFE
MEADOWLANDS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF FISHER) PRINCE OF WALES
MEDHURST WOODROFFE WOODFIELD
MERIVALE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) PRINCE OF WALES
MERIVALE ISLAND PARK CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE)
MERIVALE CARLING MERIVALE
MERKLEY CHARLEMAGNE BOTTRIELL
MERLYN WILSON DONNELLY DEAD END
METCALFE WELLINGTON STRATHCONA
MICHAEL TRIOLE CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF KENASTON)
MICHAEL CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF KENASTON) NEWMARKET
MILTON NAVAN RUSSELL
MITCH OWENS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVER) BOUNDARY
MONTCREST PRINCESS LOUISE WATTERS
MONTFORT ALFRED MARIER
MONTREAL ST. JOSEPH CITY LIMIT (WEST OF BLAIR)
MONTREAL CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DUCHARME) CITY LIMIT (WEST OF BLAIR)
MONTREAL CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVER) CITY LIMIT (EAST OF DUCHARME)
MOODIE RICHMOND CARLING
MOODIE WEST HUNT CLUB (NORTH OF) BANKFIELD
MORGAN'S GRANT MARCH FLAMBOROUGH
MORRISON DRAPER BASELINE
MORTON SHELDRAKE MCELROY
MOUNTSHANNON EARL MULLIGAN LONGSFIELD
MOWAT BLAIR STEEL
MUNSTER FALLOWFIELD FRANKTOWN
MURRAY ST. PATRICK MACKENZIE
NANTES PORTOBELLO "END"
NAVAHO ERINDALE IRIS
NAVAN MER BLEUE TRIM
NAVAN BLACKBURN BY-PASS MER BLEUE
NEVILLE KELLY CLARENDA
NEW BAXTER GREENBANK LIMIT
NEW ORCHARD AMBLESIDE RICHMOND
NEWHAVEN KNOXDALE MAJESTIC
NEWMARKET MICHAEL BANTREE
NICHOLAS MANN OVERPASS RIDEAU
NIXON SNAKE ISLAND CITY LIMIT (EAST OF RIVER)
NORTH SERVICE TENTH LINE TRIM
NORTHPARK BEARBROOK RIDGEBURN
NORTHSIDE CASSIDY RICHMOND
NORTHWESTERN CLEARVIEW PREMIER
O'CONNOR WELLINGTON ISABELLA
O'CONNOR PRETORIA FIRST
OGILVIE QUINCY EASTVALE
OGILVIE LAVERENDRYE CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT)
OGILVIE ST. LAURENT CITY LIMIT (EAST OF ST. LAURENT)
OLD COLONY ABBEYHILL ROTHESAY
OLD INNES BANTREE SHEFFIELD
OLD ST. PATRICK BEAUSOLEIL COBOURG
OLD TENTH LINE TENTH LINE REGIONAL ROAD 174
OPAL TARTAN STRANDHERD
ORCHARDVIEW CHARLEMAGNE INNES
ORLEANS ST. LOUIS CREEK CROSSING
OTTAWA RIVER PKWY TRANSITWAY END @ CARLING
PAGE CREEK CROSSING NAVAN
PALLADIUM TERRY FOX HUNTMAR
PALLADIUM HUNTMAR HUNTMAR
PALOMINO EAGLESON EAGLESON
PARKDALE OTTAWA RIVER PKWY CARLING
PAUL ANKA UPLANDS MCCARTHY
PENFIELD TERON TERON
PERTH EAGLESON QUEEN
PICKFORD KAKULU KAKULU
PINECREST QUEENSWAY CARLING
PLACE D'ORLEANS CHAMPLAIN ST. JOSEPH
PLACE D'ORLEANS ST. JOSEPH CHAMPLAIN
PLANTE MCCARTHY MCCARTHY
PLAYFAIR KILBORN DELMAR
PLEASANT PARK SAUNDERSON RIVERSIDE
PLUMBER CHARLTON BATHGATE
POLARIS VIA VENUS CODD'S
POLARIS COTTAGE HEMLOCK
POPLAR ROCHESTER BOOTH
PORTAGE BRIDGE OTTAWA RIVER PKWY CITY LIMIT
PORTOBELLO NANTES INNES
PORTOBELLO GARDENWAY VALIN
POULIN HOWE RICHMOND
POWELL BELL BRONSON
PRATT GRENFELL BURNBANK
PREMIER CARLETON KEYWORTH
PRESTON WELLINGTON PRINCE OF WALES
PRESTONE CENTRUM AMIENS
PRESTWICK AMIENS DU GRAND BOIS
PRETORIA O'CONNOR ELGIN
PRIMROSE BRONSON CAMBRIDGE
PRINCE ALBERT BERNARD FRANCES
PRINCE OF WALES CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF FISHER) BANKFIELD
PRINCE OF WALES PRESTON CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF FISHER)
PRINCE OF WALES FOURTH LINE BANKFIELD
PRINCESS RIDEAU GATE ROCKCLIFFE PKWY
PRINCESS LOUISE CHARLEMAGNE CHARLEMAGNE
PROMENADE SHERIDAN GREENSIDE
QUEEN TRIM DUNNING
QUEEN ELGIN BAY
QUEEN MARY QUILL RIVER
QUEEN MARY BERNARD LOLA
QUEENSBURY BEATRICE WOODROFFE
QUEENSDALE SIXTH CONROY
QUEENSDALE BANK ALBION
QUILL DONALD QUEEN MARY
QUINCY LAVERENDRYE OGILVIE
RAMP @ ST. LAURENT SHOP. CENTRE LABELLE SHOPPING CENTRE
RAMP @ NICHOLAS/WALLER    
/MACKENZIE BRIDGE    
RAMSEY DUMAURIER DUMAURIER
RANGE SOMERSET MANN
RAVEN CAVAN MCBRIDE
RAYMOND BRONSON BOOTH
REGINA CROYDON POULIN
REGIONAL RD. 174 CHAMPLAIN CITY LIMIT (EAST OF CANAAN)
REGIONAL RD. 174 CHAMPLAIN QUEENSWAY (HWY 417)
RESEARCH UPLANDS ROYAL
RICHARDSON SIDE HERZBERG TERON
RICHMOND CITY LIMIT (BAYSHORE) FALLOWFIELD
RICHMOND WESTERN BAYSHORE
RICKEY WINCHESTER MCELROY
RIDEAU CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVER) SUSSEX
RIDEAU VALLEY PRINCE OF WALES BANKFIELD
RIDEAU VALLEY DILWORTH BANKFIELD
RIDEAUCREST WOODROFFE STONEWAY
RIDGEBROOK MAXIME MEADOWBROOK
RIDGEBURN EASTPARK NORTHPARK
RIVER RIVERSIDE SHORELINE
RIVER SHORELINE MITCH OWENS
RIVER DALMENY (SOUTH OF) MITCH OWENS
RIVER CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF SEVERN) QUEEN MARY
RIVER MONTREAL CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF SEVERN)
RIVERBROOK MCCLELLAN SISKIN
RIVERDALE MAIN BANK
RIVERSIDE QUEENSWAY CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF LIMEBANK)
RIVERSIDE (EXT.) INDUSTRIAL/RIVERSIDE TRANSITWAY
ROBERTSON RICHMOND EAGLESON
ROCHESTER POPLAR CARLING
ROCKDALE RUSSELL CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HWY 417)
ROGER STEVENS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF MONTAGUE BOUNDARY) CITY LIMIT (EAST OF RIDEAU VALLEY)
ROLLAND BLAIR ALTA VISTA
ROOSEVELT BYRON RICHMOND
ROSEBELLA SIXTH CONROY
ROSEBELLA ALBION BANK
ROSS DE LA COLOMBINE DE L'EGLANTINE
ROTHESAY EAGLESON GLAMORGAN
ROTHWELL DELONG WICK
ROYAL LECKIE RESEARCH
ROYAL HUNT CLUB DE NIVERVILLE
ROYAL CROIL LECKIE
RUSSELL BOUNDARY CANAAN
RUSSELL CITY LIMIT (SOUT OF RIDGE) BOUNDARY
RUSSELL CORONATION WALKLEY
RUSSELL HAWTHORNE CITY LIMIT (SOUT OF RIDGE)
RUSSLAND ROCKDALE SAUMURE
SALINA BRITANNIA BRADFORD
SANDRIDGE BIRCH ST. LAURENT
SAUMURE RUSSELL RUSSLAND
SAUNDERSON PLEASANT PARK CANTERBURY
SAVILLE WOODROFFE SHERBOURNE
SCOTT BAYVIEW CHURCHILL
SEGUIN ELWOOD CROWNHILL
SENECA SUNNYSIDE GROVE
SEVERN CONNAUGHT ALPINE
SEYTON RICHMOND SEYTON
SHEFFIELD OLD INNES BANTREE
SHEFFIELD LEEDS WALKLEY
SHEFFORD DEAD END ST. JOSEPH
SHELDRAKE CASTLEFRANK CASTLEFRANK
SHERBOURNE SAVILLE DOVERCOURT
SHERIDAN PROMENADE PRINCE OF WALES
SHERWAY MALVERN FABLE
SHILLINGTON KING ADMIRAL
SHIRLEY'S BROOK HELMSDALE MARCH
SHORELINE RIVER SPRATT
SISKIN RIVERBROOK DEAD END
SIXTH QUEENSDALE ATHANS
SLACK VAAN MERIVALE
SLATER MACKENZIE KING BRIDGE ALBERT
SMYTH ST. LAURENT MAIN
BANK BANK NIXON
SOMERSET RANGE KING EDWARD
SOMERSET WELLINGTON CARTIER
SOUTHGATE JOHNSTON CAHILL
SOUTHPARK TAUVETTE INNES
SOUTHVALE RUSSELL RUSSELL
SPRATT SHORELINE CANYON WALK
SPRINGBROOK HAZELDEAN TRAILWAY
SPRINGFIELD MAPLE BEECHWOOD
SPRINGLAND FLANNERY WALKLEY
SPUR BRIDGESTONE EQUESTRIAN
ST. CHARLES GENEST BEECHWOOD
ST. GEORGES GLENEAGLES DES EPINETTES
ST. JOSEPH CITY LIMIT (EAST OF PLACE D'ORLEANS) TRIM
ST. JOSEPH CITY LIMIT (EAST OF PLACE D'ORLEANS) MONTREAL
ST. LAURENT SANDRIDGE SMYTH
ST. LAURENT RUSSELL CONROY
ST. LAURENT RUSSELL ST. LAURENT
ST. LOUIS ORLEANS HIAWATHA PARK
ST. PATRICK MACKENZIE VANIER PKWY
STAGECOACH MITCH OWENS BELMEADE
STAR TOP CYRVILLE INNES
STE. MONIQUE MARIER LAVERGNE
CROWNHILL CROWNHILL STEEL
STEEPLE CHASE BRIDLEWOOD DEAD END
STEEPLE CHASE BRIDLEWOOD STONEHAVEN
STEVENAGE HAWTHORNE SWANSEA
STONEHAVEN EAGLESON RICHMOND
STONEMEADOW STONEHAVEN BRIDLE PARK
STONEWAY RIDEAUCREST WOODROFFE
STRANDHERD OPAL GREENBANK
STRATHCONA O'CONNOR METCALFE
SUMMERVILLE MERIVALE KING
SUNNYSIDE BANK BRONSON
SUNVIEW BELCOURT DES EPINETTES
SUSSEX RIDEAU GATE WELLINGTON
SWANS BLAIR WREN
SWANSEA STEVENAGE AGES
TALLWOOD WOODROFFE CENTREPOINTE
TAPIOLA JOHNSTON JOHNSTON
TARTAN OPAL JOCKVALE
TAUVETTE INNES SOUTHPARK
TAVISTOCK CARLING HENLEY
TAYLOR CREEK ST. JOSEPH TRIM
TENNYSON MAYO FIFESHIRE
TENTH LINE NORTH SERVICE NAVAN
TERMINAL CALEDON RIVERSIDE
TERON CAMPEAU RICHARDSON SIDE
TERRY FOX WINCHESTER CAMPEAU
TERRY FOX HELMSDALE GOULBOURN FORCED
THOMAS A. DOLAN STONECREST DUNROBIN
THOMAS A. DOLAN CARP STONECREST
TIMM MOODIE HAANEL
TOMPKINS TENTH LINE MAJOR
TORMEY CHARLOTTE COBOURG
TRAIL MOODIE CEDARVIEW
TRAILWAY SPRINGBROOK HEDGEROW
TREMBLAY TRIOLE CITY LIMIT (WEST OF TRIOLE)
TREMBLAY BELFAST CITY LIMIT (WEST OF TRIOLE)
TRIM NORTH SERVICE INNES
TRIM NAVAN COLONIAL
TRIOLE TREMBLAY MICHAEL
UPLANDS CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB) AIRPORT PKWY
UPLANDS RIVERSIDE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF HUNT CLUB)
UPPER DWYER HILL MCARTON KINBURN SIDE
VAAN WOODROFFE SLACK
VALIN CHARLEMAGNE PORTOBELLO
VANIER CITY LIMIT (NORTH OF DONALD) QUEENSWAY
VANIER BEECHWOOD CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF MCARTHUR)
VARENNES WATTERS VALIN
VARLEY BEAVERBROOK BEAVERBROOK
VIA VENUS POLARIS COSMO
VICTORIA BOUNDARY BANK
VIEWMOUNT MEADOWLANDS CITY LIMIT (WEST OF FISHER)
VIEWMOUNT CITY LIMIT (WEST OF FISHER) FISHER
VINCENT MASSEY RAMPS  
VINEYARD VOYAGEUR JEANNE D'ARC
VISENEAU BOYER INNES
VOYAGEUR VINEYARD JEANNE D'ARC
WALKLEY CITY LIMIT (EAST OF SHEFFIELD) BASE LINE
WALKLEY RIVERSIDE CITY LIMIT (EAST OF SHEFFIELD)
WALLER RIDEAU TRANSITWAY
WATTERS CHARLEMAGNE TRIM
WELLINGTON SUSSEX BAYVIEW
WELLINGTON SOMERSET WESTERN
WESLOCK BEAVERBROOK KNUDSON
WEST HUNT CLUB CITY LIMIT (WEST OF RIVERSIDE) RICHMOND
WESTCLIFFE ROBERTSON SEYTON
WESTERN PREMIER SCOTT
WESTPARK BEARBROOK BEARBROOK
WEYBRIDGE KENNEVALE JOCKVALE
WEYBRIDGE JOCKVALE MARAVISTA
WICK ROTHWELL COXFORD
WIGGINS CHAPEL CHAPEL
WINCHESTER CASTLEFRANK TERRY FOX
WINTERGREEN MAIN BEECHFERN
WOLFGANG FOXFIELD FALLOWFIELD
WOODFIELD MEDHURST MERIVALE
WOODRIDGE BAYSHORE BAYSHORE
WOODROFFE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) PRINCE OF WALES
WOODROFFE CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE) WOODROFFE
WOODROFFE OTTAWA RIVER PKWY CITY LIMIT (SOUTH OF BASELINE)
WOODWARD MAITLAND CLYDE
WREN COXFORD SWANS
WURTEMBURG HENEY RIDEAU
YOUVILLE JEANNE D'ARC ST. JOSEPH

Schedule "C"

Road Cut Fees
1.Road Cut Permit Fee$409.00
2.Road Cut Permit Renewal Fee$144.00
3.Winter Inspection Charges Fee$44.00/mth
 November 15 – April 15$220.00
December 15 – April 15$176.00
January 15 – April 15$133.00
February 15 - April 15$  88.00
March 15 - April 15$  44.00
4.Pavement Degradation Fees
Calendar years since road construction,
last reconstruction or last resurfacing
Pavement Degradation Fee
(per m2)
 2 or less$  33.40
>2 to 4$  27.70
>4 to 7$  22.30
>7 to 10$  13.90
More than 10$    5.60