Plan for rapid transit corridor could cause problems for seniors: Chiarelli

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By Jennifer McIntosh, Ottawa Community News, February 6, 2017

The proposed transit corridor from Baseline to Heron will have an unexpected benefit — moving private cars along the road — said College Coun. Rick Chiarelli.

The city’s transportation committee gave the green light for the $148-million, 14-kilometre project on Feb. 1.While the plan would shave about six minute off bus riders’ commutes, residents are concerned about increased walking distances to bus stops.