LRT Walkley Station Connectivity Meeting
As part of the LRT Stage 2 project which will extend the Trillium Line further south , the City of Ottawa has undertaken a Stage 2 Station Connectivity Study to ensure that community connections are preserved or enhanced along the Trillium Line and at all stations. The study outlines a series of mobility enhancements, including bicycle facilities, multi-use pathways and crosswalks. Through public consultation, the City will obtain feedback on how connections around the LRT stations can be improved. When Phase 2 of the LRT extends south, a new station will open at Walkley Road.
The City of Ottawa will be hosting a public session on August 17, 2016 from 7pm-9pm at the Jim Durrell Recreation Centre, 1265 Walkley Road. In addition to Walkley Station, the session will also examine Greenboro and South Keys stations in this review. The consultations will include a presentation, open house with display boards and a breakout session.
The purpose of the consultations is to get input from the community on how to enhance community connections at all Stage 2 stations, including multi-use pathways, cycling facilities and crosswalks.
Full list of Public Consultations Dates/Locations (7-9 p.m.):
- West Stations:
- (Queensview, Pinecrest and Bayshore) – August 9th, 2016 – All Saints Lutheran Church, 1061 Pinecrest Road
- (Iris and Baseline) – August 10th, 2016 – Algonquin College ACCE Building, 1385 Woodroffe Avenue, Room CA105, 1st floor
- South Stations:
- (Walkley, Greenboro and South Keys) – August 17th, 2016 Jim Durrell Recreation Centre, 1265 Walkley Road
- (Leitrim and Bowesville) – August 30th, 2016 Rideauview Community Centre, 4310 Shoreline Drive
- East Stations:
- (Montreal Road, Jeanne d’Arc, Orléans Blvd., Place d’Orléans and Trim) August 29th, 2016 – Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex, 1490 Youville Drive
For more information, please contact the Stage 2 Project Office at email@example.com