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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. HFR procurement being launched with top speeds of 200 km/h.
  5. 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),
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    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
  7. 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.
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