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New Bus Route Numbers coming on April 23rd

April 16th, 2017 No comments

On April 23rd OC-Transpo is changing the Bus route numbering scheme:

  • The O-Train Lines are numbered 1 and 2.
  • Last two digits of a route number reflect geographic location of the route’s service area
  • Connexion routes are numbered in the 200s
  • Routes that do not connect to the Confederation Line will be numbered in the 100-series
  • Shopper routes are numbered in the 300s
  • Event routes serving major events at the Canadian Tire Centre and Lansdowne Park are numbered in the 400s
  • School routes are numbered in the 600s

 

In our neighbourhood the 176 will be renamed to the number 80 'frequent'  route, the 151 will be number 81 'local' route, both  numbered in the Nepean range.

 

For more information visit the OC-Transpo website or email development@carlingtoncommunity.org

Did you miss the Merivale Open House?

March 27th, 2017 Comments off

Did you miss the "Imagine Merivale North' open house?

Take a look at the project's website or download the display boards!

 

Please let us know what you think: development@carlingtoncommunity.org

417 E-E On-Ramp closure

February 25th, 2017 3 comments

Time is running out for your comments!

The Ministry of Transportation presented their final plans for the Carling E-E on-ramp closure and the modifications to the westbound off ramp at Kirkwood Avenue.

To read through the presentation boards click here

You can comment to the leading engineers until March 1st:

Mr. Lincoln MacDonald, P.Eng. Ms. Kate Green, P.Eng.
Consultant Project Manager MTO Senior Project Engineer
MMM Group Limited

1145 Hunt Club Road, Suite 300

Ottawa, ON  K1V 0Y3

Ministry of Transportation, Eastern Region

1355 John Counter Boulevard, Postal Bag 4000

Kingston, ON   K7L 5A3

Tel: (613) 736-7200 Tel: (613)  540-5120
Email: MacDonaldL@mmm.ca Email: Kate.Green1@ontario.ca

 

Please let us know what you think! email development@carlingtoncommunity.org

Carling Ave Bus Lanes

February 25th, 2017 Comments off

The City presented their plans for the Carling Avenue Transit Priority Study:

Bus lanes from Lincoln Field to Bronson Avenue

To visit the project's website click here

The link to the Open House Display Boards

Please let us know what you think about this study! Please email development@carlingtoncommunity.org

Imagine Merivale Road North – Open House

February 21st, 2017 Comments off

Information Session on
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Drop in anytime between 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Alexander Community Centre
960 Silver Street

You are invited to participate in two studies happening in your
community in 2017. The outcomes of both studies will affect how
Merivale Road looks and functions in the future.
• The Community Design Plan will review the current
zoning of land, consider a range of economic development
incentives and create a complete street
design to improve walking, cycling and streetscape
along Merivale Road (north).
• The Transit Priority Measures study will review ways
to improve bus transit services.

 

Your Opinions Matter!
Answer the questionnaire on
www.ottawa.ca/ImagineMerivaleNorth!

To Download the full flyer click here

1400 Carling Zoning Amendment Application

February 20th, 2017 Comments off

Our Councillor Riley Brockington is seeking your feedback regarding an application for additional height on previous approved 10 storey towers on both side of the Embassy West Seniors Living Centre.

The applicant is asking for two full storeys and a partial one for the tower on the west side of the existing building and an additional 1.1 meter for the east tower.

to download the full flyer click here

or email development@carlingtoncommunity.org

IMAGINE MERIVALE ROAD (NORTH)!

January 12th, 2017 Comments off

Imagine Merivale NorthYou are invited to participate in two studies happening in your community in 2017. The
outcomes of both studies will affect how Merivale Road looks and functions in the future.
• The Community Design Plan will review the current zoning of land, consider a
range of economic development incentives and create a complete street
design to improve walking, cycling and streetscape along Merivale Road (north).
• The Transit Priority Measures study will review ways to improve bus transit services.

 

Your Opinions Matter!
Answer our questionnaire on
ottawa.ca/ImagineMerivaleNorth
and tell us what you think.

 

For more information email development@carlingtoncommunity.org

Download the flyer here