Lee Bourdon comments on the mess surrounding Ottawa’s light-rail project. To read the post to which Bourdon refers, Your Light-Rail Disaster Checklist, click here. Bourdon’s comment is below from Facebook:
So here’s a rundown of where we stand here in the nation’s capital on our light-rail project. Good luck:
Mayor Jim Watson meets with his dad who is in a long-term-care home near His Worship’s respite home as he heals from a snowmobile injury. — There’s has been a […]
As Ottawa’s planning devolves into a mess of tall buildings and where zoning is still just a suggestion, some brave idle talk around Ottawa City Hall has suggested going the […]
Bulldog reader bikerider has an interesting comparison with the new light-rail project. To read the post to which bikerider refers, click here for LRT: Jim Watson Should Resign. This from Twitter:
Why is the City of Ottawa prepared to pay for tunnelling light rail under the Macdonald Parkway? That’s a very extreme step. Your agent would say foolish and expensive.
For those of you worried about the growing number of condos in your area and what they might be doing to house prices and neighbourhood quality of life, here’s news […]
A Facebook friend has joined me in the wilderness on light rail and is looking for more supporters:
This is a comment from the great Sheridan who takes on the problems with the O-Train last week: OC Transpo general manager John Manconi gave a detailed report of the problems, especially […]
This is a release from the National Capital Commission: After months of exceptionally cold winter temperatures and a record-breaking run of 59 uninterrupted skating days, the Rideau Canal Skateway’s 45th […]
Here comes the western light-rail spin, this time from Bay Councillor Mark Taylor: “Through this process we have found a better option than any of us would have hoped for.” […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: Riverside Drive is closed to all vehicle traffic from Industrial Avenue to Tremblay Road due to a watermain break. Terminal Avenue […]
This is a release from the city’s auditor general’s office: The Auditor General of the City of Ottawa, Ken Hughes, will table his annual report on Thursday, March 12, 2015.
Even former Kitchissippi councillor Katherine Hobbs didn’t get her way on the western light-rail deal. One of Hobbs’ main reasons for putting the line down the Macdonald Parkway was to […]