Update on Lees Avenue LRT and Transit Oriented Development (TOD)

The City of Ottawa attended the June 11th OECA meeting to present their interim work on the proposed Lees Avenue LRT TOD. You can view the presentation here. Please provide your comments to the OECA to: info (at) ottawaeast (dot) ca

Another successful Main Event!

Main Event 2013 BBQ
Congratulations to the Community Activities Group of Old Ottawa East (CAG) for another successful Main Event on Saturday, June 15. As part of the festivities, the OECA hosted the BBQ which serves as a fundraiser for our association. Thank you to all the volunteers who contributed their time and energy to this wonderful community celebration. Pictured here are Councillor David Chernushenko, MPP Yasir Naqvi and MP Paul Dewar who could be found behind the BBQ at the Main Event. Please note: someone left behind at the BBQ a red-brownish travel mug with “SPL” in white lettering. If it belongs to you, please email info@ottawaeast.ca.

Closing of Lees Avenue on-ramp as of June 13, 2013

City of Ottawa staff have confirmed that the eastbound on-ramp to the 417 from Lees Avenue will be closed effective June 13, and will remain closed until 2018. Traffic wishing to access the eastbound 417 will have to continue through Old Ottawa East, either via Hawthorne Avenue and the Pretoria Bridge to the on-ramp at Metcalfe Street, or south on Main Street to Riverside Drive taking the Vanier Expressway on-ramp.

Signs will be posted beginning June 7 advising commuters that the ramp will be closed as of June 13. The ramp will be closed for five years to accommodate both the 417 widening from 2013-2015, and subsequently the LRT extension to Blair Road from 2015-2018.

Public open house for Rideau River Western Pathway on June 12, 2013

A public open house regarding the proposed multi-use pathway along the Rideau River will be held on Wednesday, June 12, from 5-8 p.m. at Old Town Hall (61 Main Street). For more information, please read the City of Ottawa's open house notice.

Pedestrian and Cycling Plan Network Consultation

As part of the Building a Liveable Ottawa Official Plan and Master Plan Review, the City of Ottawa is conducting an online consultation about pedestrian and cycling networks in the city. To partcipate in the survey, please visit the City of Ottawa's Pedestrian Plan and Cycling Plan consultation here. The survey will be available until June 7, 2013.

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