Queensview Drive Bike Lanes

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Context

Queensview Drive provides access to an employment hub and to the future Queensview O-Train Station.

Currently, there are no cycling facilities on Queensview Drive. On-street parking is permitted on sections of the south side of the road and is prohibited on the north side.

What is proposed?

Queensview Drive was identified as a Cycling Project in the Transportation Master Plan Part 1, Active Transportation Projects. It is categorized as a Pavement Markings and Signage Project. The objective of this project is to enhance cycling safety, access to destinations on Queensview, and connectivity to and from the future transit stations.

On-street painted bike lanes are proposed in each direction along Queensview Drive from Pinecrest Road to the cul-de-sac. Flex posts may be added if feasible.

Parking Impacts

The project proposes to remove on-street parking.

This would impact on-street parking currently permitted on the south side of the road from 2720 Queensview Drive to 2600 Queensview Drive, as marked in blue in Figures 1 & 2 below.

Figure 1.

Image that shows blue highlighted areas where 270 metres of on-street parking will be impacted.

Figure 2.

Image that shows blue highlighted areas where 270 metres of on-street parking will be impacted.

Future Connectivity

The Stage 2 LRT project will provide active transportation connectivity from Queensview Station to the east, to the local road network at Connaught Avenue and the Pinecrest Creek Pathway. West of Queensview Station, the Stage 2 LRT project will deliver improvements to the intersection of Queensview Drive and Pinecrest and a new multi-use pathway to connect to Pinecrest O-Train Station. The proposed Queensview bike lanes will help to complete cycling connectivity in this area.

Tell us what you think

We encourage members of the public to fill out the survey about this proposed project.


City of Ottawa contact for this project:

Jeff Doxtater

Technologist

Transportation Planning, City of Ottawa

jeff.doxtater@ottawa.ca

613-580-2424 x23151

The survey has concluded.

Context

Queensview Drive provides access to an employment hub and to the future Queensview O-Train Station.

Currently, there are no cycling facilities on Queensview Drive. On-street parking is permitted on sections of the south side of the road and is prohibited on the north side.

What is proposed?

Queensview Drive was identified as a Cycling Project in the Transportation Master Plan Part 1, Active Transportation Projects. It is categorized as a Pavement Markings and Signage Project. The objective of this project is to enhance cycling safety, access to destinations on Queensview, and connectivity to and from the future transit stations.

On-street painted bike lanes are proposed in each direction along Queensview Drive from Pinecrest Road to the cul-de-sac. Flex posts may be added if feasible.

Parking Impacts

The project proposes to remove on-street parking.

This would impact on-street parking currently permitted on the south side of the road from 2720 Queensview Drive to 2600 Queensview Drive, as marked in blue in Figures 1 & 2 below.

Figure 1.

Image that shows blue highlighted areas where 270 metres of on-street parking will be impacted.

Figure 2.

Image that shows blue highlighted areas where 270 metres of on-street parking will be impacted.

Future Connectivity

The Stage 2 LRT project will provide active transportation connectivity from Queensview Station to the east, to the local road network at Connaught Avenue and the Pinecrest Creek Pathway. West of Queensview Station, the Stage 2 LRT project will deliver improvements to the intersection of Queensview Drive and Pinecrest and a new multi-use pathway to connect to Pinecrest O-Train Station. The proposed Queensview bike lanes will help to complete cycling connectivity in this area.

Tell us what you think

We encourage members of the public to fill out the survey about this proposed project.


City of Ottawa contact for this project:

Jeff Doxtater

Technologist

Transportation Planning, City of Ottawa

jeff.doxtater@ottawa.ca

613-580-2424 x23151

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