Richmond Road / Westboro Transportation Management Implementation Plan: Public Open House

14 09 2010

This just came in from the City of Ottawa.

>We would like to invite you to attend a second Public Open House scheduled for this Thursday, September 16, 2010 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at All Saints Anglican Church (located at 347 Richmond Road). This open house will give you a chance to comment on a series of initiatives that are proposed to be implemented in your community over the next 15 years to encourage a shift from auto dependence to more sustainable modes of transportation (walking, cycling, transit, etc.).

This meeting is open to the general public.

Please see this PDF for more information.

If you are unable to attend the meeting but wish to obtain further information, please contact :

Steven Boyle, MCIP, RPP
Senior Project Manager
Transportation Planning Branch
Planning and Growth Management Department
City of Ottawa
110 Laurier Avenue West, 4th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario  K1P 1J1
Tel.: 613-580-2424 ext. 26087
Fax:  613-580-2578
E-Mail:  steven.boyle@ottawa.ca

or

Tim Dickinson, M.Pl., MCIP, RPP
Senior Planner
MMM Group Limited
1111 Prince of Wales Drive, Suite 302
Ottawa , Ontario  K2C 3T2
Tel.: 613.274.3200 Ext. 3546
Fax: 613.236.2270
E-Mail: DickinsonT@mmm.ca

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Richmond Road/Westboro Transportation Management Implementation Plan Open House

23 06 2010

As part of the Council approved Richmond Road/Westboro Community Design Plan direction was given to develop a Transportation Management Implementation Plan (TMIP) for this area.

The main aim of the project is to detail how over a period of years a lower automobile modal share could be achieved though the identification and evaluation of initiatives to promote transit and other non-vehicular modes of transportation (e.g. cycling, pedestrian, and other transportation demand management initiatives).

These measures would reduce vehicle dependency in order to accommodate anticipated development in the Richmond Road/Westboro community and to respond to future capacity deficiencies in the Richmond Road corridor.

You are invited to an Open House at:

Tuesday June 29, 2010
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
All Saints Anglican Church, Main Hall
347 Richmond Road

In order to:

  • share feedback about existing barriers to non-vehicular modes of transportation
  • get information about existing vehicle trips and future goals for trip reductions, current City of Ottawa citywide plans and other potential initiatives

View this PDF for details.





Tweedsmuir sidewalk update

14 06 2010

For anyone following this issue, City Council has cancelled the proposed sidewalk for Tweedsmuir Ave. Therefore there will be no tree removal, no loss of parking, no widening of the road.





Report on the Evered Traffic meeting

11 11 2009

by Deb Chapman, Evered resident

A meeting on November 2nd was organized by Mothercraft and the residents of Evered Ave in Westboro to present their concerns to Councillor Christine Leadman the problems with the volume of traffic and parking congestion on the street.   Three members from Mothercraft’s management and board and ten Evered Ave residents attended this meeting.   This meeting allowed the residents of Evered Ave and Mothercraft to identify problem areas and possible solutions.  Christine Leadman’s experience as Councillor for Kitchissippi Ward was invited to advise on how the City of Ottawa could help improve the traffic/parking problems on Evered Ave. 

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Evered Avenue traffic meeting

2 11 2009

Councillor Christine Leadman will meet with concerned residents to discuss the traffic and parking issues affecting Evered Avenue.

When: Monday November 2, 2009
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Where: Mothercraft boardroom, 475 Evered Avenue

For more information contact Deb Chapman at debchapman@magma.ca





McKellar Park Traffic Study Meeting

15 04 2009

Our neighbours at the McKellar Park Community Association (MPCA) are inviting residents to find out what has been happening regarding traffic in the community and have their say regarding what can be done to make improvements.

Where: Dovercourt Recreation Centre, Studio
When: Monday April 20, 2009, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Outcomes of an MPCA proposal may affect Westboro residents.

MPCA is proposing closing the five streets where they meet Sherbourne Avenue: Fraser, Windermere, Courtenay, Rowanwood and Redwood.

Visit the MPCA website at www.mckellarpark.org.








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