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Wellings Communities Holding Inc and Extendicare (Canada) Inc.5731 Hazeldean RoadTransportation Impact StudyOttawa, OntarioProject ID 160401195Prepared by:Stantec Consulting Ltd.March 2016

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 2016Table of Contents1.01.11.21.3INTRODUCTION . 1STUDY PURPOSE. 1PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT . 1SCOPE OF THE ASSESSMENT . 42.02.12.22.32.4EXISTING TRANSPORTATION ENVIRONMENT . 5ROADS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL . 5TRANSIT . 7WALKING AND CYCLING. 7TRAFFIC VOLUMES . 83.03.1FUTURE TRANSPORTATION ENVIRONMENT . 10FUTURE NETWORK UPGRADES . 103.1.1Road Network Improvements . 10FUTURE BACKGROUND DEVELOPMENTS . 112017 FUTURE BACKGROUND CONDITIONS . 11SITE TRAFFIC GENERATION . 133.4.1Land Use and Trip Generation Rates . 133.4.2Conversion of ITE Rates to Person Trips . 143.4.3Net New Site Trips . 143.4.4Traffic Distribution and Assignment . 142017 TOTAL FUTURE CONDITIONS . 172022 ULTIMATE CONDITIONS . 193.23.33.43.53.64.04.14.24.34.45.0TRANSPORTATION ASSESSMENT . 212016 EXISTING CONDITIONS . 214.1.1Intersection Operational Analysis . 212017 FUTURE BACKGROUND CONDITIONS . 234.2.1Intersection Operational Analysis . 232017 TOTAL FUTURE CONDITIONS . 264.3.1Intersection Operational Analysis . 264.3.2Site Access Configuration . 262022 ULTIMATE CONDITIONS . 284.4.1Intersection Operational Analysis . 28SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS . 30

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 2016LIST OF TABLESTable 1 2013 Transportation Master Plan Scheduled Upgrades . 10Table 2 Trips Generated by the Proposed Residential Development . 13Table 3 Traffic Distribution to / from the Kanata and Stittsville District . 15Table 4 2016 Existing Signalized Intersection Operations . 22Table 5 2017 Future Background Intersection Operations . 24Table 6 2017 Total Future Intersection Operations . 27Table 7 2022 Ultimate Intersection Operations . 29LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1 Site Location . 2Figure 2 Proposed Site Plan . 3Figure 3 2016 Existing Intersection Control and Lane Configuration . 6Figure 4 Study Area Transit . 7Figure 5 Study Area Cycling Routes and Pathways . 8Figure 6 2016 Existing Traffic Volumes . 9Figure 7 2017 Future Background Traffic Volumes. 12Figure 8 Site Traffic Volumes. 16Figure 9 2017 Total Future Traffic Volumes . 18Figure 10 2022 Ultimate Traffic Volumes . 20Figure 11 2017 Future Background Intersection Control and Lane Configuration . 25LIST OF APPENDICESAppendix AAppendix BTraffic DataIntersection Performance Worksheets

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 20161.0INTRODUCTION1.1STUDY PURPOSEWellings Communities Holding Inc and Extendicare (Canada) Inc. is preparing a site plan controlapplication for a proposed development in the west end of Ottawa, Ontario. As part of theapprovals process a Traffic Impact Study (TIS) is required to support the application.This TIS has been prepared to assess the potential transportation implications of the proposeddevelopment and to determine whether transportation improvements are required to support it.1.2PROPOSED DEVELOPMENTThe proposed development is located in the City of Ottawa’s Stittsville community and includesa long term care building, a retirement home, and office / retail space. The proposed site isbound by Hazeldean Road to the south, Poole Creek to the north, and undeveloped / vacantland parcels to the east and west. The proposed long term care building will include 256 suites,the retirement home will include 185 suites, the office space component will include 17,000 ft2gross floor area (GFA), and the retail space will include 16,000 ft2 GFA. The final total number ofunits and GFA, however, may be subject to minor change as the development approvalsprocess proceeds.The site will be accessed by a proposed new private approach (i.e. a new north leg) at theexisting Hazeldean Road at Fringewood Drive intersection and via internal connections with theabutting commercial property to the west.Figure 1 illustrates the location of the subject development.Figure 2 depicts the site plan for the proposed development.1

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 2016Figure 1 Site LocationSite Location2

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 2016Figure 2 Proposed Site Plan3

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 20161.3SCOPE OF THE ASSESSMENTThis TIS has been carried out in accordance with the City of Ottawa’s 2006 TransportationImpact Assessment (TIA) Guidelines. The scope of the transportation assessment was discussedwith City of Ottawa Development Approvals staff and is outlined as follows: Study area intersections include:oHazeldean Road at Huntmar Drive / Iber Road; andoHazeldean Road at Fringewood Drive / Proposed Site Access.Study horizons include:o2016 existing conditions;o2017 future background conditions;o2017 total future conditions (total site build-out); ando2022 total future conditions (5 years beyond build-out).Analysis time periods include the weekday AM and PM peak hours.The methodology used in the TIS includes: The net increase in site traffic from the proposed development will be estimated; Background traffic growth will be accounted for using an annual growth rate of 2% aswell as explicitly accounting for the nearby future Huntington Properties development at5754 Hazeldean Road and the retail development at 20 Cedarow Court; Future background traffic volumes will be combined with the net increase in site trafficvolumes to determine total future traffic volumes; Intersection analyses will be performed to determine the operating characteristics of thestudy area intersections under each study horizon; and Where operational deficiencies are identified mitigation measures will be examined.4

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 20162.0EXISTING TRANSPORTATION ENVIRONMENT2.1ROADS AND TRAFFIC CONTROLThe roadways under consideration in the study area are described below:Hazeldean RoadIn the vicinity of the study area, Hazeldean Road is a fourlane urban arterial road with a 60 km/h posted speed limit.Sidewalks are provided along both side of HazeldeanRoad.Huntmar Drive / Iber RoadHuntmar Drive / Iber Road is a major collector road withinthe study area. South of Hazeldean Road, Iber Road has atwo-lane cross-section and a posted speed limit of 60km/h. North of Hazeldean Road, Huntmar Drive has a fourlane cross-section and a posted speed limit of 50 km/h. Theintersection with Hazeldean Road is signalized andexclusive dual left turn lanes are provided in the eastboundand westbound directions.Fringewood DriveFringewood Drive is a two-lane local road with a rural crosssection and a posted speed limit of 40 km/h. Theintersection with Hazeldean Road is signalized anddedicated turning lanes are provided in the eastboundand westbound directions. The eastbound left andwestbound right turn lanes are already in place in order toaccommodate the future developments on the north sideof Hazeldean Road (the subject development as well asthe proposed development at 20 Cedarow Court).The road classifications noted above are referenced from Map 6 of the City of Ottawa’s 2013Transportation Master Plan.Figure 3 illustrates the 2016 existing intersection control and lane configuration for the study areaintersections.5

Site AccessHuntmar DriveHazeldean RoadFringewood DriveIber RoadLegend:ExistingConstructed (Unopened)Wellings Communities Holding IncFigure 3and Extendicare (Canada) Inc.2016 Existing Intersection Control5731 Hazeldean Roadand Lane Configuration

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 20162.2TRANSITTransit service is provided throughout the study area via routes 92, 96, 201, 203, and 263. Route92 and 96 are regular routes that run from Stittsville to St. Laurent station. Route 201 is a Mondayonly route that runs from Carlingwood Shopping Centre to the Village of Richmond. Route 203 isa Wednesday only route that runs from Carlingwood Shopping Centre to Dunrobin. Route 261 isa peak hour route that runs from Mackenzie King Station to Stittsville. Route 263 is also a peakhour route that runs from Mackenzie King Station to Stittsville.Figure 4 illustrates the study area transit routes.Figure 4 Study Area TransitSite Location(Source: OC Transpo System Map, accessed January 25th, 2016)2.3WALKING AND CYCLINGWithin the surrounding community sidewalks are provided along the majority of the roads.Hazeldean Road and Huntmar Drive north of Hazeldean Road both currently have sidewalksalong both sides of the road.In terms of cycling facilities, Hazeldean Road and Huntmar Drive north of Hazeldean Road bothcurrently have a bicycle lane while Iber Road south of Hazeldean Road has paved shoulders. As7

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 2016outlined in the City’s Existing Cycling Network, Fringewood Drive is considered a suggestedcycling route.Figure 5 illustrates the study area cycling routes and pathways.Figure 5 Study Area Cycling Routes and PathwaysSite Location(Source: City of Ottawa geoOttawa, accessed January 25th, 2016)2.4TRAFFIC VOLUMESTraffic counts were provided by the City of Ottawa at the Hazeldean Road at Huntmar Drive /Iber Road intersection. As these traffic counts were collected in 2015, an annual rate of growthof 2% was applied to bring them to 2016 conditions. This background growth rate is consistentwith previously completed Transportation Impact Assessments in the area. Traffic counts at theHazeldean Road at Fringewood Drive intersection were undertaken by Stantec on Tuesday,January 26th, 2016.Figure 6 illustrates 2016 existing AM and PM peak hour traffic volumes at the study areaintersections.Appendix A contains the traffic data and is provided for reference.8

AM Peak Hour 153 46435 5696655127290125 117 107 35986150061594800948 18569073Fringewood DriveHazeldean Road 14Huntmar Drive 850 Site AccessIber RoadPM Peak Hour 1077 350 12812497169260237 131 134 4466141100141186100861 18363642Fringewood DriveHazeldean Road 461283Huntmar Drive 795 Site AccessIber RoadWellings Communities Holding IncFigure 6and Extendicare (Canada) Inc.2016 Existing Traffic Volumes5731 Hazeldean Road

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 20163.0FUTURE TRANSPORTATION ENVIRONMENT3.1FUTURE NETWORK UPGRADES3.1.1Road Network ImprovementsNumerous transportation roadway improvements in the vicinity of the study area have beenidentified in the City of Ottawa’s 2013 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and are outlined in Table1 below.Table 1 2013 Transportation Master Plan Scheduled UpgradesProjectDescriptionTMP PhaseNew two-lane road between Fernbank Roadand Abbott Street EPhase 1 (2014 – 2019)New two-lane road between Palladium Driveand Abbott Street EPhase 2 (2020 – 2025)Transit signal priority and queue jump lanesat select intersections2031 Affordable NetworkWiden from two to four lanes betweenCampeau Drive extension to Cyclone TaylorBoulevard.Phase 3 (2026 – 2031)Widen from two to four lanes betweenPalladium Drive to Maple Grove RoadPhase 3 (2026 – 2031)Stittsville Main Street ExtensionNew two-lane road between Palladium Driveand Maple Grove RoadPhase 3 (2026 – 2031)Hazeldean RoadTransit signal priority and queue jump lanesbetween Stittsville Main Street and EaglesonRoad2031 Affordable NetworkFernbank RoadWiden from two to four lanes betweenStittsville Main Street and Terry Fox DriveBeyond 2031Maple Grove RoadWiden from two to four lanes between TerryFox Drive and Huntmar DriveBeyond 2031Widen from two to four lanes betweenWinchester Drive and Eagleson RoadBeyond 2031Widen from four to six lanes betweenCampeau Drive and Palladium DriveBeyond 2031Stittsville North-South ArterialHuntmar DriveTerry Fox Drive10

WELLINGS COMMUNITIES HOLDING INC AND EXTENDICARE (CANADA) INC.5731 HAZELDEAN ROADTRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDYMARCH 2016None of the improvements outlined above have a direct impact on the study area intersectionsassessed as part of this study.3.2FUTURE BACKGROUND DEVELOPMENTSHuntington Properties - 5754 Hazeldean RoadLocated on the south eastern quadrant of the Hazeldean Road at Fringewood Driveintersection, this proposed development consists of approximately 76,000 ft2 of retail space,59,200 ft2 of office space, 11,500 ft2 of pharmacy space, and 5,000 ft2 of medical uses. The TrafficImpact Study (Delcan 2013) that was completed for this development estimated that it willgenerate approximately 269 auto trips during the AM peak hour and 447 auto trips during thePM peak hour. As this development is not currently constructed, these trips were added to theroadway network as background trips according to the distribution set forth in theaforementioned 2013 TIS.20 Cedarow RoadLocated on the north western quadrant of the Hazeldean Road at Fringewood Driveintersection, this proposed development consists of approximately 61,000 ft2 of retail space. TheTraffic Impact Study (Novatech 2009) that was completed for this development estimated that itwill generate 327 auto trips during the PM peak hour and 373 auto trips during the Saturday peakhour. Through discussions with City of Ottawa staff, it is noted that this development is expectedto be built by 2017, and as such, these trips were added to the roadway network as backgroundtrips according to the distribution set forth in the aforementioned 2009 TIS. The 20 Cedarow Roaddevelopment will share the proposed new north leg of the Hazeldean Road at Fringewood Driveintersection with the subject development.3.32017 FUTURE BACKGROUND CONDITIONSFuture background conditions are assessed to determine transportation improvements that maybe required to address traffic growth exclusive from improvements that may be required toaccommodate traffic generated by the subject development. Any improvements identified toaddress future background conditions are not attributed to the subject development.To account for future background growth an annual growth rate of 2% was applied to allmovements at the study area intersections. This growth rate is consistent with previouslycompleted traffic studies in the area. In addition to the growth rate, the traffic generated by thetwo future developments were added to the roadway network, as outlined in Section 3.2.Figure 7 illustrates 2017 future background traffic volumes at the study area intersections.An assessment of 2017 future background traffic conditions is outlined in Section 4.2.11

AM Peak Hour 80 58011065800658991001001 185200 7275915330374Fringewood DriveHazeldean Road 28464135 202 109 881 578 0 0 067 0 Huntmar Drive Site AccessIber RoadPM Peak Hour 189 97688711581001581985001042 373223 75313726228566Fringewood DriveHazeldean Road 8131182262 179 136 64 1322 84 5 19126 70 Huntmar Drive Site AccessIber RoadWellings Communities Holding IncFigure 7and Extendicare (Canada) Inc.2017 Future Background

Hazeldean Road In the vicinity of the study area, Hazeldean Road is a four-lane urban arterial road with a 60 km/h posted speed limit. Sidewalks are provided along both side of Hazeldean Road. Huntmar Drive / Iber Road Huntmar Drive / Iber Road is a major collector road within the study area. South of Hazeldean Road, Iber Road has a

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