Main Street Construction Newsletter #36

Construction on Main Street is now halted until Spring, and all lanes are open! The City of Ottawa has published their last Main Street Reconstruction update for the year. Check it out on our Main Street Renewal page.

Comments on city's R4 Zoning Review due December 16

The discussion paper for the R4 Zoning Review is available for review on the City of Ottawa's website, and you can find a link on our planning page under the title, "City of Ottawa R4 Zoning Review" and click on the link for the project website. Comments and questions are due by Friday, December 16, and can be submitted by mail, fax or email.

R4 Zoning Review
c/o Tim J. Moerman
Ottawa City Hall, Mail Code 01-14
110 Laurier Avenue West, 4th floor
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1

Fax: 613-580-2459

Email: tim.moerman@ottawa.ca or R4zoning@ottawa.ca

Main Street Construction Newsletter #34

City staff have published their latest newsletter with updates on the Main Street construction. The newsletter is available in English and French, and has a corresponding construction map. The newsletter is posted on our Main Street page, along with other background information on the construction.

Bike Light Event - Thursday, November 10

Safer Roads Ottawa is helping to raise awareness and encourage cyclists to light themselves up while cycling in the early evening and at night. As part of this safety awareness campaign, Councillor Chernushenko and City of Ottawa staff will provide free lights to cyclists who do not have lights on their bicycles.
The Highway Traffic Act requires that all cyclists have a working front light and rear reflector. Over the past five years, the lack of proper lighting has been one of the most prevalent offences during Ottawa Police enforcement blitzes focused on cyclists.

When: Thursday, November 10 from 7:45 am to 9:15 am
Where: Main @ Clegg

Section of Rideau Canal Eastern Pathway - closed as of November 7

Parks Canada will rehabilitate a 500m length of the canal wall between the Bank Street Bridge and Pig Island on the east side of the Rideau Canal starting November 7, 2016. The project is scheduled to be completed by May 2017 with remaining shoreline work to be completed by summer 2017.
Beginning at approximately 9pm on November 7th, 2016, the contractor will be installing fences around the construction site and additional safety measures along the southbound lane of Colonel By Drive. A signed detour route will be in place as this work will require the overnight closure of Colonel By Drive in this area.

A 1.4km section of the Rideau Canal Eastern Pathway, from Clegg Street to the Bank Street Bridge, will also be closed throughout construction and a detour route for pedestrians and cyclists, primarily along Echo Drive, will be in place. Temporary measures will be put in place at either end of the detour to assist pedestrians and cyclists in safely crossing Colonel By Drive as part of the detour route.

Fences will extend into the canal a short distance, but will have only a limited impact on the Rideau Canal Skateway. Residents and visitors will continue to be able to skate past this location while the rehabilitation work is underway.

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