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  2. Shane

    Montreal

    Oh I see it now. Sorry it looked at first that the girders were all level with each other, which wouldn't have matched with the profile of the road, but yes it does look like another 1-2 lanes could be added. I think they had previously said it would have 1 additional lane than the current setup. Again, that only makes sense if they repurpose the bus lanes to a regular traffic lane, still not clear whether that will happen or if they will retain them for emergency use or circulation.
  3. J.OT13

    Montreal

    Looking at the cars for scale, it looks like there's enough space for two more traffic lanes, the two tracks and centre platform. I suspect they may build the additional traffic lanes first (possibly just for construction access initially, not for general use), quickly followed by the rail/platform deck by September.
  4. Shane

    Montreal

    It certainly doesn't look like there is any more room , although a recent reply from the Stage 2 team to me suggested there would be an additional lane once things were completed. Trying to find that response for more clarity.
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  6. J.OT13

    Montreal

    Some more from Tierney. This nearly answers the question of whether or not there will be a gap between the highway and O-Train RoW; doesn't look like it.
  7. Of any Orion I units I was able to get the year of retirement for, all eight lasted until 1990: 8801-8802 and 8806 (1978) 8809, 8820, 8822 and 8824 (1979) 8830 (1980) With it now being known at least some of those buses lasted anywhere from 10 to 12 years, I am wondering if all that were built from 1978 to 1980 were retired in a single year or if any were retired before the delivery of New Flyer D40 units 9001-9055.
  8. 90 Day Look Ahead July 2021 July to September 2021 Overview The O-Train West Extension is one of the three major extensions to Ottawa’s Light Rail Transit Project. The extension will add over 15 km of new rail and 11 new stations between Tunney’s Pasture to Moodie Drive and to Algonquin station. It al
  9. For some time, I have been putting together as much as I could about when high-floor buses were retired. Other things I have been able to come up with were the introduction of monthly passes in 1976, the transition to a fully accessible bus fleet from 1999 to 2011 and route number changes in 1974, 1984 and 2016-2019. If anyone else is interested in putting together material for a book on how transit has changed, I would be looking for any changes that occured between 1984 and 2016. For the transition to a fully accessible bus fleet, I have been able to come up with this much: 1992 Al
  10. I just saw 0511 in a Facebook Group. It's still in White! So 0313-0325, 0511 are the only units left in the white livery and 1101 still has its Wrap ad for WOW 97.1.
  11. Are there any Inveros still active? I spotted none today and none appear to be left at the Pinecrest Garage.
  12. Spotted historical unit 4024 sitting outside Pinecrest Bus garage today.
  13. The Government of Canada is taking the first steps in preparing for the procurement process to build a new train service in the Toronto to Quebec City Corridor The Government of Canada is committed to modernizing intercity passenger rail services in a way that will best meet the transportation needs of travellers, while also creating jobs and economic growth. Today, the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, the President of the Treasury Board, the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne,
  14. HFR procurement being launched with top speeds of 200 km/h.
  15. Here is an update on the Prince of Wales bridge. Motion : Commemorative naming, funding and tender for the Chief William Commanda Bridge (Prince of Wales Bridge) multi-use pathway and rehabilitation project The attached motion will be moved on Wednesday by Mayor Jim Watson. Motion.pdf Memo to Council_Prince Of Wales Project Update_July 5 2021.pdf
  16. O-Train East Extension Major Construction Activities and Community Impacts July - September, 2021 OVERVIEW The O-Train East extension will see the Light Rail Transit (LRT) continue from Blair Station to Trim Road, adding 12 kilometres of rail; 5 new stations to the O-Train network at Montreal Road, Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard, Orléans Boulevard (Convent Glen Station),
  17. J.OT13

    Airport

    Government of Canada supporting the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport with new funding From: Transport Canada News release June 16, 2021 Ottawa Transport Canada Helping airports mitigate the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is part of the Government of Canada’s strategy to ensure that Canada’s air transportation system provides Canadians with choice, connectivity and affordable air travel. Canada’s world-leading network of airports has been put under substantial financial strain as a r
  18. New STO bus route patterns through Downtown Ottawa, two years in the making. These changes are to better connect with the O-Train and remove buses from Wellington: STO nearly exclusively ran convoys of buses right in front of Parliament on Wellington and down Rideau before turning back on King Edward towards Gatineau. Albert and Slater use to be the central Transitway. Plans still call for removing the old bus lanes, narrowing the streets from 3-4 lanes to 2-3. STO volumes are nowhere near as high as the old OC volumes, so the streets should be able to handle it.
  19. NEWS RELEASE Ontario Proposes New Transit-Oriented Communities Along Ontario Line Proposals to create vibrant communities with increased access to public transit, more jobs and housing June 15, 2021 Transportation Table of Contents Content Quick Facts Additional Resources Related Topics TORONTO – The Ontario government is proposing to build vibrant communities along the future Ontario Li
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