OC Transpo service on Sunday bike days

Beginning June 21, routes #5 and #16 northbound will now travel along Clegg, to McGillivray, Hazel, Echo and Colonel By from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This will only be on Sundays during the NCC bike days when Colonel By Drive is closed to traffic.

This alternate will have three new temporary stops, which will only be used on Sundays only from 9:00 -1:00 p.m.:
1. Route 5 - Clegg, east of McGillivray;

2. Routes 5 and 16 – Echo, south of the driveway to Immaculata High School

3. Routes 5 and 16 – Echo, south of Graham

Proposed Bike Lane Extension for Lees Avenue

The City of Ottawa has provided their final drawings for the bike lane extension on Lees Avenue. You can view the plan here.

Main Street Construction Newsletter #1

City staff have published their first 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. You can also follow @ottawaeast on Twitter for regular updates.

Public Workshop on Proposed New Oblates Park - June 2

A public workshop will be held on Tuesday, June 2, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. to discuss the proposed new park at 175 Main Street (Oblates Park). The workshop will be held in the gymnasium of Lady Evelyn Alternative School on Evelyn Avenue. There will be no formal presentation; rather, at the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to drop-in, view and provide feedback on conceptual design options for the future park.

ACO participating in Doors Open Ottawa - June 6 - 7

AIDS Committee of Ottawa (ACO), located in Old Ottawa East at 19 Main Street, is participating in Doors Open Ottawa 2015, taking place this year on June 6 and 7. Doors Open Ottawa is the region’s largest heritage event, unlocking over 120 of the area’s most interesting and historically significant buildings, many of which are not normally open to the general public. This will be a great opportunity for residents of Ottawa to visit ACO’s new home on Main Street and learn about ACO’s work in the Ottawa community.


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