Queen Street (Ottawa)
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|Length||1.4 km (0.9 mi)|
|East end||Elgin Street|
|West end||Bronson Avenue|
Queen Street is an east-west arterial road located in Downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The street is two-way with one to two lanes going in each direction. The Confederation Line will run underneath Queen Street when it opens.
The road is only 1.4 kilometres (0.87 mi) long, making a little longer then Sparks Street. The road begins to the east at Elgin Street, at the intersection of Elgin and Lawrence Freiman Lane. From eastbound on Queen Street the northbound section of Elgin appears to be an continuation of Queen. Heading west the road is a two lanes in each direction. The road is surrounded by tall Skyscrapers, many of which are used by the Government of Canada.
From Metcalfe Street to Bay Street, the road is reduced to a one way, one lane street going eastbound because of construction. The City of Ottawa is renewing the street in anticipation of the Confederation's Lines opening as well as to build the tunnels and station's for the Confederation Line. The city is expanding the pedestrian infrastructure on the street, this will be done by adding wide boulevard Sidewalk, adding priority crosswalks and additional landscaping. The construction also includes, adding shared bike lanes, upgrading the Sanitary sewers and storm sewers, the addition of planters and street furniture, the installation of curbs and resurfacing of the street. The construction will be done at the same time as Confederation Line construction as two Confederation Line stations will be located on Queen Street.  Queen Street is planned to become Downtown Ottawa's (Transit) Showcase Street. It will have wide sidewalks, decor, and it will be pedestrian friendly, allowing of a pedestrian economic opportunity. The renewal has been identified as an "priority move", but has proved controversial.
Historic burial site
While the water mains on Queen Street were being replaced in 2013, workers discovered a several human bones and later an historical burial site. The burial site was Ottawa's oldest christian cemetery dating back to around 1828-1845. Archaeologist found the remains of 19 individuals, but it's suspected that are around 500 people buried in the burial site. The burial site was believe to be created for workers creating the Rideau Canal. The burial site was believe to be border by Queen Street to the south, Sparks Street to the north, Elgin Street to the east, Metcalfe Street to the west.
Queen Street is currently served by route 10 from Bay Street to Elgin Street eastbound and Elgin Street to Lyon Street westbound, route 16 from Bay Street to O'Connor Street eastbound and Elgin Street to Lyon Street westbound. The route is also served by routes 7 and 6 from Bank Street to Elgin Street. The Confederation Line will have Lyon and Parliament stations of Queen Street.
|Route||Direction||Eastern limit||Western Limit|
|Confederation||Both||Elgin Street||Bronson Avenue|
|6||Both||Elgin Street||Bank Street|
|7||Both||Elgin Street||Bank Street|
|10||Eastbound||Elgin Street||Bay Street|
|Westbound||Elgin Street||Lyon Street|
|16||Eastbound||O'Connor Street||Bay Street|
|Westbound||Elgin Street||Lyon Street|
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