Transportation Committee

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Item/File Ext.
minutes 6 - november 13, 2019
TRC Draft Minutes 6 EN.doc
TRC Draft Minutes 6 FR.doc
strategic road safety action plan update
Report - SRSAP Update (EN).docx
Report - SRSAP Update (FR).docx
Document 1 - CIMA Consulting Report Road Safety Action Plan 2020-2024.pdf
Document 2 - Response to Motions Nov 21.pdf
Document 3 - Estimated Road Safety-related 2019 City of Ottawa Investments Nov 21.pdf
Document 4 - SRSAP Implementation Plan - Existing Programs.pdf
Document 5 - 2020 (SRSAP) - Implementation Plan - Initiatives.pdf
proposed 2019-2022 term of council priorities
Report (EN) - Proposed 2019-2022 Term of Council Priorities.docx
Report (FR) - Proposed 2019-2022 Term of Council Priorities.docx
Document 1 (EN) - Draft 2019-2022 Term of Council Priorities.pdf
Document 1 (FR) - Draft 2019-2022 Term of Council Priorities.pdf
Document 2 (EN) - 2015-2018 Balanced Scorecard Results Summary.pdf
Document 2 (FR) - 2015-2018 Balanced Scorecard Results Summary.pdf
2020 draft operating and capital budget - transportation committee
Report (EN) - 2020 Draft Operating and Capital Budgets.docx
Report (FR) - 2020 Draft Operating and Capital Budgets.docx
Document 1 (EN) - 2020 Draft Budget TRC Condensed.pdf
Document 1 (FR) - 2020 Draft Budget TRC Condensed.pdf
Document 1 - 2020 Draft Budget TRC FULL.pdf
Document 2 (EN) - 2020 Capital Draft Budget Summaries.pdf
Document 2 (FR) - 2020 Capital Draft Budget Summaries.pdf
Document 2 (EN) - 2020 Operating Draft Budget Summaries.pdf
Document 2 (FR) - 2020 Operating Draft Budget Summaries.pdf
extending operating hours for patios within the newly constructed elgin street corridor
Report - Elgin Patio.docx
status update - transportation committee inquiries and motions for the period ending 22 november 2019
Report - Status Update TRC Inquiries and Motions.docx
Document 1 - Outstanding Inquiries.docx
Document 2 - Outstanding Motions and Directions - Departmental Log.pdf

Votes

ITEM: Strategic Road Safety Action Plan Update

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: WHEREAS the Strategic Road Safety Action Plan Update report recommends continuing following the Safe Systems Approach to road safety; and WHEREAS under the Safe Systems Approach, the City has a responsibility to provide roadway infrastructure that is intuitive and forgiving; and WHEREAS costs to retrofit the City’s vast roadway network in keeping with the Safe Systems Approach is in the billions of dollars; and WHEREAS leading countries like Sweden, the Netherlands and Australia that have adopted the Safe Systems Approach have dedicated significant funding within the national budgets to help jurisdictions implement infrastructure changes to further progress towards zero fatalities and serious injuries; and WHEREAS Canada has adopted a Safe Systems Approach as part of its most-recent National Road Safety Strategy; and WHEREAS recently announced changes to the Federal Road Safety Transfer Fund Program increased funding by $30 M over the next three years and now allows fundin
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
M. Luloff
S. Menard
L. Dudas
G. Darouze (a)
A. Hubley (a)
D. Deans (a)
Motion To: 5. That the City of Ottawa adopts the goal of zero fatalities with a meaningful year over year reduction on our streets by 2035, with a focus on safety for the most vulnerable users of our transportation system—pedestrians, school children, older adults and cyclists. 6. That staff bring back options, as part of the 2021 SRSAP annual report, with operational and capital cost implications that will work towards zero traffic fatalities on our roads by 2035.
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
M. Luloff
S. Menard
L. Dudas
G. Darouze (a)
A. Hubley (a)
D. Deans (a)
Motion To: WHEREAS 30 km/h is the target operating speed which minimizes severity of motor vehicle collisions involving cyclists or pedestrians under a Safe Systems Approach to road safety; and WHEREAS cyclists and pedestrian volumes are highest within the Core; and WHEREAS the City of Ottawa’s Strategic Road Safety Action Plan recognizes that one fatal or serious injury collision is one too many; and WHEREAS staff have undertaken an evaluation of the cost to implement measures to bring all roadways within the Core Residential Gateway Speed Limit areas into compliance with the POLICY FOR POSTING A 30 KM/H SPEED LIMIT ON AN EXISTING ROADWAY as part of response to Motion 16/5, Item G, included as Document 2 in the Strategic Road Safety Action Plan Update report; and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Transportation Committee recommend that staff develop a plan within existing budgets for the gradual implementation of 30 km/h speed limits in all Gateway Speed Limit areas within the Core Resi
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
M. Luloff
S. Menard
L. Dudas
G. Darouze (a)
A. Hubley (a)
D. Deans (a)
Motion To: Que le Comité des transports recommande au Conseil d’approuver : 1. Le Plan d’action stratégique de sécurité routière comme il est indiqué dans le présent rapport; 2. Les principes d’une approche systémique de la sécurité routière appliquée à la conception des routes et que toutes les nouvelles rues résidentielles locales, construites au sein de nouveaux lotissements, ou lors de travaux de réfection effectués sur des rues résidentielles locales, soient conçues en fonction d’une vitesse de circulation de 30 km/h; 3. Que toutes les recettes provenant des mesures de contrôle automatisé, y compris les dispositifs automatisés de contrôle de la vitesse, les systèmes automatisés de reconnaissance des plaques d’immatriculation et les caméras sur les autobus scolaires, ainsi que toute nouvelle forme de mesure de contrôle automatisé, en plus des recettes provenant des nouveaux appareils photo reliés aux feux rouges installés après 2020, soient a
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
M. Luloff
S. Menard
L. Dudas
G. Darouze (a)
A. Hubley (a)
D. Deans (a)

ITEM: Proposed 2019-2022 Term of Council Priorities

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: Whereas the City is establishing its Term of Council Priorities (2019-2022), including a high-level Priority of Integrated Transportation Whereas interprovincial heavy truck traffic on King Edward Avenue continues to degrade the liveability of the community through which it crosses Whereas as there are potential options to mitigate the negative impact of the high volumes of truck traffic through the downtown, such as a traffic tunnel or a new interprovincial crossing Whereas interprovincial bridge crossing (planning, design, construction, operations, funding) are under federal jurisdiction and the connections to provincial highway systems are the responsibilities of the respective provinces Whereas the tunnel option, connecting the 417 to the MacDonald Cartier bridge, would resolve the City of Ottawa issues of having interprovincial trucks going through our Downtown streets Whereas the tunnel option is the responsibility of the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario as per th
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
M. Luloff
A. Hubley
S. Menard
L. Dudas
G. Darouze (a)
D. Deans (a)

ITEM: 2020 Draft Operating and Capital Budget - Transportation Committee

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That Transportation Committee recommend that Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, approve the Transportation Committee 2019 Draft Operating and Capital Budget, as follows: 1. The Public Works and Environmental Services Department Budget, as follows: a) General Manager’s Office and Business Support Services - Operating Resource Requirement (page 2); b) Roads Services, as follows: i) User Fees (page 5); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 4); c) Parking Services, as follows: i) User Fees (pages 8-12); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 7); 2. The Transportation Services Department Budget, as follows: a) Traffic Services, as follows: i) User Fees (pages 15-17); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 14); b) Transportation Planning Operating Resource Requirement (page 19); 3. Innovative Client Services Department Budget, as follows: a) Fleet Services, as follows: i) User Fees (page 22); ii) Operating Resource Requirement (page 21); 4. Transportation Committ
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
G. Darouze
M. Luloff
A. Hubley
S. Menard
L. Dudas
D. Deans (a)

ITEM: Extending Operating Hours for Patios Within the Newly Constructed Elgin Street Corridor

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To:
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
G. Darouze
M. Luloff
A. Hubley
S. Menard
L. Dudas
D. Deans (a)

ITEM: Status Update - Transportation Committee Inquiries and Motions for the Period Ending 22 November 2019

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To:
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E. El-Chantiry
S. Blais
M. Fleury
J. Leiper
G. Darouze
M. Luloff
A. Hubley
S. Menard
L. Dudas
D. Deans (a)

Public Comment Contact Information

Everyone is entitled to attend committee meetings and provide a verbal statement (up to 5 minutes long) before Councillors vote on each agenda item. If you are not able to attend a meeting, you can also email your comments to councillors. Either way, your statements become part of the official record - and this is the single most important step to shaping the outcome of your city.

Click this "mailto:" link, or cut-and-paste the following email addresses to send your comments:

stephen.blais@ottawa.ca, george.darouze@ottawa.ca, diane.deans@ottawa.ca, eli.el-chantiry@ottawa.ca, mathieu.fleury@ottawa.ca, allan.hubley@ottawa.ca, jeff.leiper@ottawa.ca

Committee Members:
Name Last Email Phone
Stephen Blais stephen.blais@ottawa.ca 613-580-2489
George Darouze george.darouze@ottawa.ca 613-580-2490
Diane Deans diane.deans@ottawa.ca 613-580-2480
Eli El-Chantiry eli.el-chantiry@ottawa.ca 613-580-2475
Mathieu Fleury mathieu.fleury@ottawa.ca 613-580-2482
Allan Hubley allan.hubley@ottawa.ca 613-580-2752
Jeff Leiper jeff.leiper@ottawa.ca 613-580-2485