By Marc André Cossette, CBC News Ottawa, February 20, 2018
A decision by the Canadian Transportation Agency is sparking questions about the future of the abandoned Prince of Wales Bridge, with some in Ottawa hoping to see it back in operation much sooner than expected.
In a ruling issued Friday, the agency gave the City of Ottawa two options.
It can either try to sell a portion of the rail line leading to the Prince of Wales Bridge, which spans the Ottawa River just west of the city's downtown — which could lead to it being permanently closed if there are no buyers.
Or it can instead restore the tracks — including those that run over the bridge — so they can accommodate rail traffic within 12 monthshttp://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/rail-bridge-cta-decision-ottawa-1.4541486