The following maps have been added to the Transportation Plan website to indicate where construction work will take place as well as to highlight travel alternatives for pedestrians and cyclists.
Please select a map from the list below:
- Pedestrian, Bicycle and Vehicular Access Points to Carleton University
- Pedestrian and Cycling Entrances to Campus
- Location of Stadium Way and Access to Parking Lot 5
- Proposed Extension for Raven Road
Pedestrian, Bicycle and Vehicular Access Points to Carleton University
This map provides available entrance and exit routes to Carleton University when construction of Stadium Way begins the week of June 17, 2019.
Also highlighted, is a detour route when the swing bridge closes in August 2019 for restoration. During this upgrade, Hog’s Back Road between Prince of Wales and Colonel Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic.
When the swing bridge closes, the City of Ottawa suggests the following route (identified as “D” on this map): Prince of Wales to Heron Road to Riverside Drive to Colonel By.
Pedestrian and Cycling Entrances to Campus
While the swing bridge on Hog’s Back Road are undergoing restoration, this map highlights available foot and bicycle access points to campus at: Hartwell Locks Crossing; the Colonel By entrance; Hog’s Back Locks Crossing; Brewer Park Entrance and Bronson Avenue Entrance.
Location of Stadium Way and Access to Parking Lot 5
Stadium Way will connect University Avenue to Bronson Avenue. During this construction period – between June and October, 2019 – parking lot 5 (P5) will remain accessible to all permit holders and visitors who need to access this area as well as Athletics.
Proposed Extension for Raven Road
The LRT station at Carleton University will close in May 2020 for an extended period as part of the O-Train shutdown from May 2020 to September 2022. To alleviate congestion and to assist the increased bus traffic, Carleton University has proposed an extension of Raven Road to Bronson Avenue (south). If approved, the extension would serve OC Transpo buses only as a left-in and a right-out access point to and from the university.