Ottawa’s pedestrian safety needs to be more ambitious, say critics
City council recently approved a five-year Road Safety Action Plan. Ottawa pedestrians can look forward to new safeguards.
Town hall critics rail against Ottawa’s troubled transit system
Concerned citizens criticized the City of Ottawa’s transit system at a recent town hall meeting.
Powered down: More charging stations needed in Ottawa for electric vehicles, group told
The Electric Vehicle Council of Ottawa gather for their monthly meeting to discuss developments in electric vehicles.
As a review begins, city’s decade-old parking strategy needs an update, say critics
Ottawa’s parking management strategy hasn’t been updated since 2009: critics say it’s about time.
Cold weather can present unique challenges for electric vehicle drivers
Cold weather can affect the performance of electric vehicles.
Pumped up: Ottawa drivers offer mixed reactions to Day One of federal carbon tax
We test the reactions of drivers to the new carbon levy.
Poor conditions may be more than a bump in the road as pothole complaints soar in Ottawa
Reports about Ottawa’s road surface conditions have soared.
Distracted driving still a concern despite new penalties, Ottawa Police say
One hundred and twenty tickets were issues as of Jan. 20, and police say they are doubtful they will see a decline over the rest of the year.