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  1. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by ergopepsi, Posted 2015-08-02 21:38:37: All I got was that they hadn't seen the design yet but would in the next few weeks. That was mid-Ju... (22 words)

  2. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by jason, Posted 2015-08-02 19:34:42: Woah, really? would love further details. ... (8 words)

  3. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by jason, Posted 2015-08-02 19:34:25: totally agree. ... (4 words)

  4. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by ergopepsi, Posted 2015-08-02 18:18:04: According to Aiden Johnson's office the Herkimer lanes have been redesigned and will be implemented ... (16 words)

  5. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by jason, Posted 2015-08-02 08:56:35: > Yeah, I'd be cool with paired one-ways up here on thhe mountain. North South alternatating from Ga... (18 words)

  6. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-08-01 22:04:31: And the city needs to count bikes at the center of the route too. Not just at Bay and at Sherma... (22 words)

  7. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by DowntownInHamilton, Posted 2015-08-01 21:12:07: Aww, I'm hurt. I don't get a personalized response but it does contain profanity. Good on ya. T... (19 words)

  8. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by DowntownInHamilton, Posted 2015-08-01 21:09:54: >>So are you trying to build consensus to have the two-way streets where you now live (Rolston, appa... (18 words)

  9. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by jason, Posted 2015-08-01 21:05:19: fantastic stuff. 2 years ago do you know what the odds were of ever seeing more bikes than cars on ... (22 words)

  10. Killman Zoo of Horrors, by Disgusted, Posted 2015-08-01 20:42:56: Do not go here and promote this horrific business. This place is awful. We left feeling depressed, h... (18 words)

  11. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by Capitalist, Posted 2015-08-01 06:01:17: Puppy Chow and her fellow comrades will win in October and drive this country in to a depression. L... (20 words)

  12. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by DonCarlione, Posted 2015-07-31 20:38:31: Hey, watch your language, aizeholeh.... (5 words)

  13. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-31 15:10:58: Go for it!... (3 words)

  14. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-31 15:07:33: There is a legitimate use of one-way streets to help make walking, cycling or public transit the fas... (18 words)

  15. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Ryan, Posted 2015-07-31 13:57:15: Nope. I will defer to [kevlahan's reply to your other comment](#comment-113229) in which he unpacks ... (16 words)

  16. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-31 13:17:47: Yet more 'quantification' of why on-ways are bad (e.g. traffic safety, crime, property values), Loui... (15 words)

  17. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-31 12:53:44: No, of course not. But those who claim it is illegitimate to try to improve living conditions i... (19 words)

  18. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-31 12:45:45: So are you trying to build consensus to have the two-way streets where you now live (Rolston, appare... (18 words)

  19. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by RobF, Posted 2015-07-31 12:37:38: >I don't see Chow as a serial quitter. I just see a politicians whose loyalties are fragmented betwe... (18 words)

  20. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by DowntownInHamilton, Posted 2015-07-31 11:28:18: >>Too many residents who live nowhere near you whole heartedly support the one way street network th... (17 words)

  21. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by DowntownInHamilton, Posted 2015-07-31 11:22:38: I love it. You're a troll if you disagree with you. Thanks for clearing up what most of the people... (22 words)

  22. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 10:55:21: Agreed, but we have to fill it out anyway, as you clearly did too. That's Hamilton -- actually aski... (20 words)

  23. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 10:50:21: Yep. As an observation --bike peak traffic doesn't seem to follow car peak traffic. There's often ... (19 words)

  24. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by shropshire dbate club, Posted 2015-07-31 10:25:39: My wise friend, she asks to remind Ben this isn't the Shropshire Ontario tea & bitters debating club... (18 words)

  25. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 10:00:07: roadrash, Correct: Average may be a hair under 50kph BUT: Eastwards 7:15pm Main St heading Jam... (14 words)

  26. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 09:45:26: Key word 'one' extra city bus. Just one single extra bus in HSR's fleet. That's more than the cos... (22 words)

  27. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Guss, Posted 2015-07-31 09:33:28: Yes, the survey is somewhat poorly designed, esp. the first question concerning what modes of transp... (16 words)

  28. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Not everyone , Posted 2015-07-31 09:32:23: Not everyone who favours one way streets is a troll.... (10 words)

  29. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Pxtl, Posted 2015-07-31 08:53:33: My dream would be for city hall to identify the low-hanging fruit and make a commitment to have them... (19 words)

  30. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-31 08:50:25: Interesting survey. I would be interested in seeing the results. Particularly how many people said... (17 words)

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