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Bob Berberick has lived in Hamilton for all of his 65 years. For most of that time he lived on the mountain. Since moving to the core five years ago he has a newfound love of his city. Walking and cycling was re-started and he can only hope that the conditions improve so he can continue to explore the hidden beauty here.
Letter: King and Bay LRT Stop - This stop has the strong support of the local business community, would add less than one minute to the route travel time, and would attract new investment to the adjacent under-developed parking lots. Published February 20, 2017 in Special Report: Light Rail
Pedestrian Nonfrastructure on Fennell at West 5th - It's hard to believe this situation exists so close to Mohawk College, a giant new hospital development, and right in front of the Auchmar property. Published February 08, 2016 in Special Report: Walkable Streets
Councillors, Staff Present Wentworth Two-Way Conversion Plan - The final designs are not yet complete, but the two-way conversion of Wentworth Street should be complete in time for the start of school in September 2016. Published December 11, 2015 in Special Report: Walkable Streets
Transportation Master Plan Public Meeting Results - The results from participants at the most recent Transportation Master Plan review public meeting. Published December 06, 2015 in Special Report: Walkable Streets
Two Lanes Closed on Main, No Gridlock - Surely there must be some low-cost options to 'share' the excess space on Main Street and make it more accessible to everyone. Published July 30, 2014 in Special Report: Walkable Streets
Hamilton Suburbs Already Have Two-Way Streets and Bike Lanes, Published October 03, 2013 in Transportation
Rush-Hour 'Gridlock' on King Between Sanford and Wentworth, Published July 08, 2013 in Transportation
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