News Tagged With: city-of-ottawa
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March 26, 2013

Ottawa group: Increased security needed to fight sexual assaults

Hollaback says it has offered to partner with the city to make the transit system safer for women but has been disappointed by its response.


July 18, 2012

Ottawa light rail project eco report approved

Once built, the system will carry in excess of 10,000 people per hour per direction during the morning rush hour and save transit riders approximately 15 minutes from their daily commutes.


July 15, 2011

Ottawa warns transit users about Twitter impostors

The agency claims that two Twitter accounts publishing updates on bus cancellations based on data pulled directly from OC Transpo’s website are unreliable. The agency does not have a Twitter account.


May 6, 2010

Ottawa orders 306 New Flyer clean diesel artics

Key benefits of this agreement for Ottawa include an estimated 26 percent reduction in fuel consumption and an estimated 15 percent reduction in maintenance costs.


March 16, 2010

Bus signs criticizing OC Transpo workers’ wages rejected

A taxpayer advocacy group critical of how much transit workers earn is suing the City of Ottawa after their ad was rejected, due to inaccurate wording, the city claims.


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