Stage 2 LRT station connectivity focus of public input meetings

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By Erin McCracken, Ottawa Community News, July 27, 2016

Already envision yourself catching the train for work and then walking or cycling from the light-rail station to your workplace?

Now’s your chance to help draft how the new transit stations within Stage 2 of Ottawa’s light-rail system east, west and south will link up with a greater network of pedestrian and cycling pathways and crosswalks.

The city is preparing to host a series of summer public consultation meetings as part of its Stage 2 Station Connectivity Study in an effort to get feedback on the 22 new LRT stations and how they fit into the bigger picture of getting from point A to point B in the city once LRT is up and running.