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Roy J. Adams, McMaster University Emeritus Professor, is Executive Director of the Hamilton Civic Coalition a group of community leaders dedicated to realizing the city's potential.
Hamilton Civic Coalition: A Retrospective - A history of the Hamilton Civic Coalition, an informal gathering of community leaders working together to develop a new direction in city development. Published January 08, 2009 in Commentary
We Need Better than Seat-of-the-Pants Transit Planning - Do city staff have the technology to make accurate assessments of ridership change or is it just guesstimating shaded on the positive side to quell the voices of protest? Published November 27, 2007 in Commentary
Bus-Fare Increase: A Lose-Lose-Lose Proposition - Increasing bus fares goes against Hamilton's efforts to address poverty, reduce pollution, and ameliorate gridlock. Published February 26, 2007 in Commentary
Hamilton's contrary policies regarding public transit - If we are to make progress in our goal of creating the city we want we have to sort out the contradictions in how we pay for transit. Published January 27, 2006 in Opinion