Big changes coming to Scott, Albert streets once LRT opens

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By Trevor Pritchard, CBC News Ottawa, December 12, 2017

The City of Ottawa has unveiled its plan for how a two-kilometre stretch of Scott and Albert streets will look following the expected opening of the east-west Confederation light rail line next summer.

The reconfigured stretch will run from approximately the City Centre building westward to Tunney's Pasture, and cyclists, pedestrians and drivers will all see major changes to how the roadway operates.

(...)A multi-use pathway that currently exists on the north side of Scott and Albert streets will remain, but will eventually be made off-limits to eastbound cyclists.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/scott-street-cycling-all-in-a-day-1.4443212