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It seems clear that the SNC Lavalin bid for the LRT II contract did not satisfy the technical qualifications. If they had staff would have said so. So what’s... more
Will there be room for bikes on Ottawa’s new $2.1-billion LRT system?
At last Wednesday’s Transit Commission meeting, staff recommended that bikes be banned... more
This week’s developments on the light-rail transit file have left me pondering questions about core roles and responsibilities in our democratic system.
Ottawa – City Council today approved moving ahead with the Stage 2 project to bring light rail transit farther and faster to communities in the east, the west... more
(Ottawa): Unfortunately, Ottawa-area Liberal MPPs are opposed to the National Capital Commission's (NCC) decision to locate the new Civic Hospital campus at... more
The City of Ottawa would like to invite residents to attend one of the public consultations below on the Stage 2 Station Connectivity Study.
The purpose of... more
Ottawa, 29 June, 2016: Today a private sector consortium of twelve companies applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) seeking federal government... more
The push to extend the Trillium LRT route directly to our Airport is essential for the future of our city as a sustainable and modern national capital. In... more
How many ways can we find to discourage people from using mass – hopefully rapid - transit ? Start with taking at least 10 years to complete the “new” LRT... more
I understand that now, during budget discussions, there is a concern emerging that public washrooms for the Trillium and Confederation lines may... more
Today, the NCC released the consultation report for the planning workshop held on May 27, 2014, regarding a linear park along the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway... more
Rationale for Carling Corridor
Why Carling Avenue?
Ottawa’s western light rail transit corridor: National Capital Commission proposes Rochester Field option
Following its Board meeting this week, the National... more
With the most recent municipal election in the bag, it’s time to look forward.
First and foremost, congrats to the many Ottawa residents who threw their hats... more
Collaboration means one voice for success
The past 11 weeks of campaigning across Rideau-Goulbourn have given me the chance to meet dozens of business owners,... more