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14
Aug

Development Open House: 1946 Scott St

We invite you to attend an Open House for a proposed development at 1946 Scott St. Surface Developments are proposing a mid-rise, 12 storey building comprised of roughly 70 units. This will be a transit oriented development that will feature a significant number of environmentally friendly features. A rendering of the proposed development can be seen on this post. We will link to the application documents here as soon as they are available. 

Wednesday, August 30

6:00pm to 7:30pm

31
Jul

La Machine's joyous lessons

Wow.

What can you say about La Machine that hasn’t already been Facebooked, Instagrammed, and Tweeted a hundred thousand times over the weekend? For three days, Ottawans crammed into the downtown for a once-in-a-lifetime performance of theatre, engineering and music. No one who saw it will soon forget it.

It will be a defining moment in this city’s ongoing transition.

Now that the crowds have gone, it’s a good time to look back on what worked, and how we can keep the momentum going.

22
Jul

IBikeIBuy scavenger hunt now on! Mammoth list...

The huge IBikeIBuy scavenger hunt running through July 29 is now on! Click on the .pdf below or here for all the items and details on how to participate and make your items count. How many of these can YOU complete?

20
Jul

Wellington "dooring zone" results

For a couple of years now, the corridor between Holland and Parkdale on Wellington West has been painted with experimental markings. Those are intended to reduce the number of "doorings" we've had through that stretch. "Doorings" is how cyclists refer to those events when a car door suddenly opens into a bike's path - it can result in very serious injury. I can't assert that the trial has elminated them, though we've gone from five reported serious doorings in the summer of 2014 to none since the markings went in.

14
Jul

Carlington CHC survey

If you live in the area noted in the image (click to embiggen), the Carlington Community Health Centre is interested in your feedback about your community. For those living in Westboro Beach or the north end of Westboro and Hampton-Iona, I'd be very grateful if you could take a moment to fill out the survey here in English and ici en français. Thanks in advance!

14
Jul

Standing Together - One year after the death of Abdirahman Abdi

One year after Abdirahman Abdi's death, several community groups have organized an evening event to mark his passing. Click on the image for details.

14
Jul

#IBikeIBuyWEEK Scavenger Hunt & The Time Trial

IBikeIBuyWEEK Scavenger Hunt

The Grand Tour & The Time Trial

From Saturday, July 22 to Saturday, July 29, 2017 we are celebrating #IBikeIBuyWEEK with a unique, family-friendly, city-wide, Canada 150 mega extravaganza cycling adventure!
 

The adventure has two options for members of the public to participate in:
Option 1
#IBikeIBuyWEEK: The Grand Tour

14
Jul

Iona Broadhead Helena Boards are here

The City held a public information session July 11 about the upcoming road reconstruction work on Iona, Broadhead, and Helena. 

11
Jul

Traffic Vision: Bayview/Scott intersection bike count and analysis

I've been captivated by the traffic patterns and bike volume around Bayview/Scott since the snow melted. One of the dynamics about which I'm concerned is the potential for a right-turning car from Scott to Bayview to whip through while a cyclist is attempting to cross mid-block to resume their ride. I wasn't watching for the full duration of this filming session, but am curious to see if the Internet catches a problem.

7
Jul

Iona, Broadhead, Helena Public Consultation #2 July 11

The next public information session about the upcoming road reconstruction work on Iona, Broadhead, and Helena will happen Tuesday, July 11, from 7pm to 9pm in the Laroche Room at the Hintonburg Community Centre, 1064 Wellington Street West. We hope to see you there.

Here is the notice from the city:

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