Category: Transportation - page 3

Downtown Hamilton transportation issues as they relate to Duranders and all of the downtown area.

A Toronto Perspective on Urban Casinos, Casino at Council (Feb. 6th), Participatory Budget Update

A Toronto Perspective on Urban Casinos Check out this recent Globe and Mail article entitled: “Why Toronto’s Casino Proposals are so Last Century”. This insightful article is a reminder that many of Ontario’s large cities are debating similar issues as Hamilton is with it’s potential casino plans. Casino on the agenda at Hamilton City Council..

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Aerotropolis opponents gear up for OMB hearing – Public Mtg on Jan. 9th

The Hamilton Civic League, Council of Canadians, Environment Hamilton and Hamiltonians for Progressive Development will host a community-wide update meeting on the Aerotropolis Project and the OMB hearing on Wednesday, January 9th at Hamilton City Hall, Council Chambers from 6 to 9 pm.  Spec Article:–aerotropolis-opponents-gear-up-for-omb-hearing Hamilton Civic League Aerotropolis Petition: Ontario Municipal Board..

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Durander Winter Newsletter is Online

The latest issue of the Durander is online: View it here Highligths include: – AGM highlights – Sunrise Lodge capacity increase – St. Mark’s Restoration – Ward 2 Initiatives – 1-way to 2-way street conversions – Casino Discussion – Grand Durand Garden Tour – Complete and Safe Streets – Committee Updates – Durand Park Update..

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1-way to 2-way conversion, Complete Streets, & Aerotropolis Costs

Take a look at three recent posts in Raise the Hammer that all relate to sustainable, liveable communities from different perspectives. 1. One-way to Two Way conversion community session video coverage: 2. Complete Streets and Public Health A Complete Streets Policy for the City of Hamilton would help the city focus on addressing the..

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Transportation and a Healthy Hamilton: A Growing Community Dialogue

When communities attempt to engage with decision-makers on the importance of complete streets, it is crucial to frame the argument within the context of larger policy issues. Hamilton hosted the 2012 national Sustainable Mobility Summit, and the following Raise the Hammer article provides a summary some of the key topics discussed, as they relate to..

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