By David Reevely, Ottawa Citizen, October 27, 2016 Because the provincial government thinks citizens should have more of a say in how their neighbourhoods grow, it’s forcing cities to form new advisory groups to advise politicians on things like rezonings and long-term neighbourhood plans. Because the City of Ottawa thinks it gets quite enough public […]
By Susana Mas, Ottawa Citizen, October 27, 2016 Two new electronic road signs have gone up on O’Connor Street a day after a cyclist was hit by a driver making a left turn unto a recently opened segregated bike lane. A 71-year-old woman was charged with failing to yield to traffic under the Highway Traffic […]
By Kelly Egan, Ottawa Citizen, October 27, 2016 The collision on Day One might be the best christening the O’Connor Street bicycle lane could ever hope for. Bless the poor soul who was hurt, but the collision is a vivid reminder of the different dynamic in the new segregated lanes that take bikes north-south roughly […]
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