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  1. Achieving Target Residential Density Around the West Harbour GO Station, by LOL_all_over_again, Posted 2015-07-29 05:21:47: That requirement for an elevator for 5 stories and above is common, not just here but in Europe as w... (20 words)

  2. Bike Trip to Limeridge Mall Highlights Hamilton's Transportation Dysfunction, by LOL_all_over_again, Posted 2015-07-29 05:16:31: Your byline for the article is "The desire for safe, inclusive streets is pretty universal: no one w... (18 words)

  3. Achieving Target Residential Density Around the West Harbour GO Station, by Dylan, Posted 2015-07-28 20:32:25: It's the same for bus and train. http://www.gotransit.com/publicroot/en/fares/farecalculator.as... (9 words)

  4. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-28 20:26:31: >King and Main are excellent routes for cycling Perhaps for the [1% of the population]( http://... (15 words)

  5. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by moylek, Posted 2015-07-28 19:35:50: "On the other foot, Stinson/Delaware is still a rather nice ride if you have a non-pressing timetabl... (17 words)

  6. Achieving Target Residential Density Around the West Harbour GO Station, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 19:21:57: The bus is about half the price of the train, so that's another consideration. I take the train too,... (19 words)

  7. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-28 19:00:08: If the City of Hamilton really wanted to be the best place in Canada to raise a child, then [we know... (21 words)

  8. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by Pxtl, Posted 2015-07-28 17:31:29: > I call McHattie on this one I see what you did there and it's not terribly classy. > Drive ... (20 words)

  9. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by StephenBarath, Posted 2015-07-28 15:13:21: Yep, you're exactly right. If I were out for a walk with my wife and kid, and I suggested we go down... (22 words)

  10. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by roadrash, Posted 2015-07-28 15:07:20: 49 km/h is the SUPPOSED velocity that matches up to the start of each signal cycle. However, in rea... (20 words)

  11. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by roadrash, Posted 2015-07-28 15:01:31: I call McHattie on this one - the lights are synchronized for just under 50 km/h. Drive it and see ... (22 words)

  12. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 14:51:49: Does anyone have a chalk-drawing cart (Athletic Field Marker) -- the type used for drawing lines on ... (18 words)

  13. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 14:45:08: This be true, and I don't own a baby stroller at this time; I'm just illustrating my point about... (19 words)

  14. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by StephenBarath, Posted 2015-07-28 14:24:57: You can buy strollers which are half as wide as the "standard" (read: minimum) width of sidewalk. I ... (19 words)

  15. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by Mark Rejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 14:10:17: Yes. Some sections I can touch a storefront and a parking meter just by outstretching my arms to my... (20 words)

  16. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by StephenBarath, Posted 2015-07-28 14:02:48: Does anyone know what the actual timing of the lights on Main and King are? Are they synchronized fo... (19 words)

  17. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by j.servus, Posted 2015-07-28 13:51:24: I was under the impression that Hamilton's solution to this dilemma was to hear only the traffic eng... (18 words)

  18. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 13:41:12: Yep, I've mentioned that in a different replythread. They are known as Canada's best synchronized... (14 words)

  19. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by Ryan, Posted 2015-07-28 13:37:49: Not to be forgotten: if you're driving at the rear of the platoon in a green wave, you can easily re... (21 words)

  20. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 13:30:41: There are certain sections where the synchronization has a an apparent speedup to 60kph instead of 5... (17 words)

  21. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-28 13:17:06: Your comment that you are riding at almost 50km/h on Hamilton's downtown streets immediately shows t... (16 words)

  22. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 13:11:00: --**LOUD BUZZER SOUND**-- Traffic lights are synchronized for flow at 60 kilometers per hour. ... (17 words)

  23. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by CarolineLC, Posted 2015-07-28 13:06:18: That's WHY they are perfect for cycling, especially commuting ... synchronized lights and no oncomin... (15 words)

  24. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by CarolineLC, Posted 2015-07-28 12:59:46: The bike rider in me also gives a +1 to the synchronized lights! King and Main are still the best c... (22 words)

  25. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 12:57:24: Cannon's bike lanes not nearly as unused as much anymore. Yes, sometimes it is quiet. But so i... (20 words)

  26. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 12:52:10: Yep. When LRT arrives, turn Main into a 2-way street, and we turn a few blocks of King (through Inte... (20 words)

  27. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-28 12:43:47: Cycle on Main/King? With narrow lanes, no cycle margin, and 80kph cars where I am? No thanks. (... (19 words)

  28. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by Ryan, Posted 2015-07-28 12:07:00: > King and Main are excellent routes for cycling I have to call bullshit on this claim. Main and ... (19 words)

  29. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-28 12:04:04: Apart from the fact that it is dangerous and illegal to ride on the sidewalk in Hamilton (but it is ... (21 words)

  30. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by CyclingHamilton, Posted 2015-07-28 11:23:48: Riding on the sidewalk is both illegal (rightfully so) and dangerous. King and Main are excellent r... (18 words)

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