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Traffic Committee Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Glebe Community Association

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GCA and Ecology Ottawa Release Bronson Reconstruction Recommendations

After a year of street audits and public consultations, including an online survey with input from over 125 residents, the Glebe Community Association in partnership with Ecology Ottawa (http://ecologyottawa.ca) have released a report identifying issues and recommendations to be considered when Bronson Avenue (from the Canal to the Queensway) is reconstructed in 2018. The report [...]

2016-04-18T15:10:51-04:00April 12th, 2016|Traffic Committee|0 Comments

The GCA Issues Report on the Glebe Community’s Experience during the Second Year of the New Lansdowne

In February, 2016 the Glebe Community Association's traffic committee adopted the following report containing observations of traffic issues associated with activities with Lansdowne during 2015, including the results from the residents survey conducted by the GCA and the Old Ottawa South Community Association in October 2015. It also takes into account the results of traffic [...]

2016-04-05T14:29:58-04:00February 24th, 2016|Traffic Committee|0 Comments

The GCA and OSCA Release Lansdowne Impact Survey Results

In October, 2015 Glebe Community and the Old Ottawa South Community Associations conducted a residents survey to gauge the impact of the Lansdowne redevelopment, particularly from a traffic and transportation perspective, now that the new Lansdowne has been fully operational for several months. Over 1000 households responded to the survey, including respondents from 87% of [...]

2016-04-01T20:32:43-04:00February 23rd, 2016|Traffic Committee|0 Comments

City of Ottawa Releases Traffic and Parking Monitoring Data for Lansdowne

In October, 2015 the City of Ottawa undertook traffic and parking monitoring on Bank Street and adjoining streets as part of its commitment to an “effective and sustained monitoring program” made when City Council approved the Lansdowne redevelopment project in 2012. The day-to-day (i.e. when no major event is taking place at Lansdowne such as a [...]

2016-04-01T20:33:47-04:00November 24th, 2015|Traffic Committee|0 Comments

Lansdowne Transportation and Glebe Neighbourhood Bikeway Information Night

Thanks to the nearly 100 residents from the Glebe and neighbouring communities who turned out for this information night on May 7th hosted by the Glebe Community Association. The display boards provided by the various presenters are available from these links: Glebe Community Association: Poster for May Meeting , Update on GCA Lansdowne recommendations OC Transpo: [...]

2016-09-02T16:09:41-04:00May 12th, 2015|Lansdowne Committee, Traffic Committee|0 Comments

OSEG and OC Transpo Transportation Plans and Shuttle Routes for 2015 RedBlacks Games

It's football season and the RedBlacks home opener at Lansdowne is on July 4th 6pm. Other games dates and times can be found at the tdplace.ca website. Here are the highlights from the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group's transportation plans for this year's football games at Lansdowne, where most games are expected to be sold [...]

2017-11-25T13:54:20-05:00April 12th, 2015|Lansdowne Committee, Traffic Committee|0 Comments

GCA Approves Recommendations for Lansdowne Update to the Glebe Traffic Plan

After four months of extensive community consultations, the GCA Board approved on March 26, 2013 a report produced by its Traffic Committee containing recommendations for the City of Ottawa and the National Capital Commission on changes that should be made to the Glebe Traffic Plan in order to mitigate the anticipated day-to-day traffic impact of the [...]