Supporters call for a municipal bike-share program in Ottawa
Montreal and Toronto have bike-share programs, why not Ottawa? supporters ask.
Ottawa’s e-scooter rollout now on track for summer and fall after delay
After a delay caused by a review of concerns about safety, Ottawa city council has confirmed it will be continuing its e-scooter program for summer and fall seasons.
Road warriors: Drivers during power outage experienced accidents, flashing lights, reckless behaviour and lots of traffic jams
Driving through power outages can be both frustrating and educating. Read to find out more about the driving experience during a power outage.
Those who drive for a living suffering from pain at the pump while others search for an electric solution
With soaring gas prices some Ottawa residents are struggling to make ends meet, while others are considering getting a new vehicle.
Motorhomes “plan A” for Canadians yearning for summer travel adventures
Canadians are continuing to give RV rentals and purchases a try even as the pandemic wanes.
Road trip realities: Van dwellers adapt to the pandemic world
Some Canadians have taken to the road in homemade vans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada’s updated zero-emission vehicle plan fails to go the extra mile, experts say
Although experts say that Canada’s new clean transportation plan is a good step forward, it doesn’t go far enough.
While loop and tram schemes gain traction, Watson says expanding and finishing LRT remains Ottawa’s top transit priority
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson has said that an interprovincial transit link between Ottawa and Gatineau is not a priority. Ottawa-based group Supporters of the Loop believe now is an opportune time to examine the many benefits of a rail link in the National Capital Region.
As COVID-19 drags on, traffic collisions are way down but dangerous driving may be up
Business closures and working from home during COVID-19 has reduced traffic across Ontario. How is this impacting road safety for Canadians?
Part of Bank Street closes to vehicles to boost business, ensure social distancing
A section of Bank Street will join the growing list of Ottawa streets opting to close to motor vehicles to ensure safer social distancing this summer.
Gas prices in Ottawa at historic lows but expert warns it likely won’t last
Gas prices in Ottawa are at their lowest in more than a decade but it won’t help much for those who aren’t driving because of the pandemic.
Investing in Vanier: Montreal Road gets a $50 million makeover
Construction continues on Montreal Road as hydro lines are buried. The road is now being prepared for a new sewage and water main system.