CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

That the Transportation Committee confirm the Minutes of the meeting of 7 July 1999.

 

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

 

INQUIRIES

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PUBLIC HEARING

1. Modifications to Innes Road and Tenth Line to * Accommodate the Development of the Trinity Commons Shopping Centre

- Co-ordinator, Transportation Committee report dated 29 Jul 99 01

That the Transportation Committee recommend Council approve:

1. The installation of traffic control signals on Innes Road (Regional Road 30) at the proposed site access approximately 220 m east of Tenth Line Road (Regional Road 47), and the construction of associated roadway modifications along Innes Road and Tenth Line Road as illustrated in Annex B and C, subject to the owner, RIOTRIN Properties (Cumberland) Incorporated:

a. funding the total cost of the proposed road works and traffic control signal installation which would include paying the annual maintenance costs for the traffic control signals until such time as they meet the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario installation warrants and Council approves the assumption of the costs, and;

b. executing a Legal agreement with respect to (a) above.

 

 

 

REGULAR ITEMS

2. FOREST RENEWAL PROGRAM FOR OTTAWA-CARLETON

- Commissioner, Environment and Transportation Department report dated 12 Aug 99 12

That Transportation Committee recommend Council approve:

    1. That the Plant for Tomorrow program be reinitiated in the Fall of 1999 which provides one tree per property owner available on a first come, first served basis; that a media campaign be developed for October, 1999; and that the number of trees distributed be determined by suitable plant material availability to an upset limit of $300,000;
    2. That a complete "Tree Kit" be provided which shall include one bag of compost and one bag of woodchip mulch, detailed information on tree installation and maintenance and advice as to the benefit of how tree cover and greenspace fulfils other Regional programs and goals;
    3. That the Region of Ottawa-Carleton, the three local Conservation Authorities and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources develop a program that would provide assistance to rural plantation owners for the provision of tree seedlings. The program would be undertaken as a pilot project for a period of two years with an estimated annual cost of $90,000.

RESPONSES TO MOTIONS/INQUIRIES

3. WALKING SECURITY INDEX

- Motion TC-2-99

- A/Deputy Commissioner, Environment and Transportation Department report dated 7 Jul 99 20

That the Transportation Committee receive this report for information.

 

4. Pavement marking longevity

- Motion TC-3-99

- A/Deputy Commissioner, Environment and Transportation Department report dated 7 Jul 99 38

That the Transportation Committee receive this report for information.

 

COUNCILLORíS ITEMS

5. 1998 NATIONAL SURVEY ON ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION

- Chair, Transportation Committee report dated 16 Aug 99 42

That the Transportation Committee receive this report for information.

 

NEXT MEETING

6 October 1999

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* The item marked by an asterisk is of a timely nature and will rise to Council on 22 September 1999.