The Durand Neighbourhood Association promotes Compete Safe Streets. We continue to work with our Councillor, city staff and the police to make our streets safe for all users, including pedestrians, cyclists and transit. Currently the Association and the community are beginning conversation to update and improve upon our Traffic Plan from 2002.
The DNA is working to improve safety and convenience for pedestrians and enhance the street-scape of our neighbourhood for residents, businesses and visitors.
- Letter to Mayor and Council re-iterating the DNA’s support for LRT (2011-07-08)
- Opposition to proposed Truck Route Master Plan (2010-04-27)
- Letter of Support for Proposed Cycling Master Plan (2009-06-16)
- Letter of Support from Environment Hamilton (2009-04-08)
- Response to City re: Pedestrian Crossings (2009-03-11)
- Comments on review of truck routes master plan (2008-11-27)
- Follow up letter on pedestrian crossing (2008-10-23)
- Letter to Daryl Bender (City cycling and pedestrian coordinator) to initiate a safe pedestrian crossings project in the Durand (2008-10-06)
- Follow letter referencing 2000 Hamilton study showing one-way streets are twice as dangerous for children (2008-08-07)
- Letter to Council in support of the Downtown Transportation Master Plan (2008-07-13)
- Letter to Mayor and Council supporting Hamilton’s LRT project (2008-06-02)