O-Train - Stage 2 LRT Quarterly Update - FEDCO - May 18, 2021
Committee receives progress update on Stage 2 LRT construction in the south, east and west
Construction activities continue to ramp up on the O-Train network, extending it farther south, east and west as part of Stage 2 LRT. The City's Finance and Economic Development Committee received an update today on the project from the City's Rail Construction Program with details about upcoming construction activities.
Station construction continues at all locations in the south, with work progressing at the Walkley Maintenance and Storage Facility and on multiple rail bridges and guideways.
In the east, ongoing Highway 174 road work and utility relocation are making way for LRT infrastructure in the highway's centre median. As of the end of April, 21 girders have been installed as part of rail bridge construction between Blair Station and the median of Highway 174.
Work in the west includes progress on the Moodie Light Maintenance and Storage Facility, the Lincoln Fields Station area, Byron Linear Park and the slurry plant at Rochester Field and the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway. Cut-and-cover tunnel construction has started on the Parkway tunnel and work is ongoing on the trench at the Moodie and Pinecrest interchanges with Highway 417.
Source : City of Ottawa
Stage 2 LRT - Quarterly Update - Presentation and Audio