FCA-FAC is organizing a weekend workshop the morning of Saturday November 30 at Tom Brown Arena. The Transportation Master Plan is a companion document to the City’s Official Plan, which outlines how people & goods will move in our city – on foot, by bike, by bus/LRT, by vehicle. It plans where pedestrian, cycling, transit & road networks will go (and when, and what priority). Find out about the TMP Review process, emerging trends, vision for the future, how to contribute. A poster inviting participation is found at http://secureservercdn.net/126.96.36.199/g4t.993.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/191130pr.pdf
In the context of the Governance Review which the new Council will consider on December 5, FCA-FAC has written to request the terms of reference for the Transit Commission be changed to permit Councillors to review (and be held accountable for) major operational issues. Currently Council votes only on the OC Transpo budget, fare structure and labour negotiation mandate. The FCA letter is found at http://secureservercdn.net/188.8.131.52/g4t.993.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/181128LT.pdf
Some FCA members presented to the Police Services Board November 28th, 2017. Here is a link to the document which summarizes their presentation.
The Healthy Transportation Coalition and EnviroCentre are pleased to invite you to the:
2017 Transportation Equity Summit
September 22, 2017
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Ottawa City Hall
This year’s summit provides a platform for the ongoing dialogue needed to achieve equitable transportation in Ottawa. The summit will provide an opportunity for professionals, decision makers and residents to come together to learn about and discuss the challenges and opportunities facing equitable transportation in Ottawa.
Whether you are an affected resident, a decision-maker, student, or you work in a field where you see the impact on marginalized populations, you will contribute to and benefit from participating in the Summit.
Go to the Eventbrite page to register today!
Lunch and snacks will be provided (gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options available).
The City of Ottawa’s current Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was approved in 2013, based on 2006 census information, 2011 traffic data, background reports and public consultation. It contains targets and strategies regarding walking, cycling, transit and vehicles for 2031. The City originally intended to update the TMP for 2018, but now does not expect to begin the process to update the TMP until 2021.
On Saturday April 8, 2017 (8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. @ Tom Brown Arena, 141 Bayview rd.) the FCA Transportation Committee will hold a half-day workshop on building a new Transportation Master Plan for our city. Please see the attached Agenda or click on it here:
What should be its goals and strategies?
Please take 5 minutes to fill out the following survey by April 5, 2017:
Survey results will be released during the workshop to help us in planning the discussion for the event. All answers are anonymous and may be published on the FCA website following the workshop. Please do not include any personal information in the survey answers.
Representatives from the FCA-FAC executive made a presentation to the Transportation Committee of Council. Their speaking notes, along with a compendium of written questions submitted by FCA members to the Transport in Transition panelists from our AGM, are included below.
See also the letter of support based on motion passed at September meeting that was sent to members of the Transportation Committee on Oct. 5, 2015. .