The findings of a study on road congestion pricing prepared by transportation specialists CPCS will be discussed for the first time at a road user fee symposium organized by the Healthy Transportation Coalition.
It’s almost 2:30 p.m. on a recent Wednesday here and Riviera on Sparks Street, the newest restaurant from two of Ottawa’s hottest chefs, Matthew Carmichael and Jordan Holley, is still fairly full with lunch-time diners. There are suit-and-tie folks, but there are also two men in T-shirts, one wearing his hat backward, sitting at the 18-metre-long bar.
The City is currently considering amendments to the Development Charges By-law (2014-229). Please review the Development Charges Amendment Background Study: Transit and Roads and Related Services and provide comment.
A councillor’s report on Ottawa becoming a “sanctuary city” has created the opportunity for the public to tell politicians what they think during a committee meeting next week.
As promised, Somerset Coun. Catherine McKenney wrote a report about sanctuary cities and the document is on the community and protective services agenda for a meeting next Thursday. … Read more…
Queen Street will be closed between Lyon Street and Kent Street beginning Monday, March 20 at 6 a.m., due to construction work. Local vehicle access will be maintained. The closure is expected to be in place until the end of June.
Pedestrian access will not be affected by the construction and access to businesses will be maintained. Vehicles will still have access to parking facilities at Place de Ville and the Delta Hotel. Signed detours will be in place, and there will be no changes to OC Transpo routes or stops. There will be no on-street parking during construction.