OC Transpo gets an earful of complaints about proposed bus route changes
OC Transpo’s Bus Route Review was met with a swift backlash from community members at the Nov. 14 meeting of the Transit Commission.
Transit troubles: Commuting in Ottawa without a car is still not viable for many
Transportation is Ontario’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter.
Ottawa community organizations face urgent need for volunteer drivers
Community support organizations are facing an urgent need for volunteer drivers to assist with their medical transportation program for seniors.
Paying the price of road safety: Ottawa expands traffic-calming measures, but they come at a cost
Traffic calming measures work to make neighbourhoods safer at a cost.
OC Transpo’s on-demand plan ‘throwing mud’ in face of Para Transpo users, say advocates
New on-demand bus service is drawing the ire to the disabled community.
Trillium Line expansion delay to October fuels more city transit woes, rider frustration
OC Transpo’s announcement of another delay in the completion of the Trillium Line for the O-Train is fuelling kore concerns about the system.
Ahead of May 15 start of e-scooter season, disability advocate remains wary
As the City of Ottawa enters the third summer of e-scooters, concerns persist about safety for pedestrians, especially those with visual disabilities.
As height of ‘pothole season’ nears, drivers dodge craters while city struggles to patch them all
The city faces a never-endingstruggle to keep up with the growing number of potholes wrecking city streets and drivers tires.
Planned cuts to transit alarm Ottawa coalition warning of further erosion of public system
Cuts to OC Transpo’s capital budget threatens to erode public transit further, critics say.
With Wellington set to reopen to traffic, Ecology Ottawa touts car-free, cyclist-friendly vision
Several groups are pushing to have the section of Wellington Street in front of Parliament Hill remain closed to vehicle traffic.
Wellington Street to reopen for cars, but critics still push for vehicle-free zone
The future of Wellington Street will continue to be debated long after it reopens to vehicles in March.
Ottawa transit users and critics want ‘genuinely reliable’ service following damning LRT report
The Ottawa LRT Public Inquiry final report found “persistent failures” during LRT construction and management. Critics are calling for reliable service as a means to restore some public trust.