St. Bernard CES Summary

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic and crossing Bank Street at the intersections of Bank at D’Aoust, Queensdale at Bank and St. Bernard at Bank.

The feedback expressed a safety concern with the path from Sieveright to Sable Ridge. A site visit noted no issues with the paths and it has good visibility.

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic and crossing Bank Street at the intersections of Rosabella at Bank, Albion at D’Aoust and Kingsdale at Bank.

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic at intersection of Queensdale at Sixth, however a site visit noted a 3 way stop and the streets are residential.

The feedback expressed a concern with the lack of sidewalks on Bank, between Albion and St. Bernard.

The feedback expressed a safety concern with the paths in Blossom Park but a site visit noted no issues with the paths.

The feedback expressed a safety concern with the path from Shadow Hill to Bank but a site visit noted no issues with the path.

The feedback expressed a concern with rolling stops at the intersection of Sieveright at Applehill. This is a traffic issue and needs to be addressed through the Police. OSTA will bring this feedback to the attention of the Ottawa Police Services.

The feedback expressed a concern with the following intersections only having a yield sign, Flinthill at Carriage Hill and Applehill at Flinthill. This is adequate for residential streets with very low traffic volume.

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic and crossing Bank Street at Sieveright at Bank.

The feedback expressed a concern with the lack of elevated sidewalks because of vehicles going around speed the bumps on Rosabella, Kingsdale and Queensdale. A site visit noted these avenues have speed bumps and a mark walking paths and due to the marked walking path the speed bumps can’t be extended to edge of roads.

Outcome: A hazard has been added west of Bank Street for Grades 4-6 and now no one crosses Bank Street.