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Mark Rejhon lives in Hamilton Ward 3. An IT software developer, home-owner, car-owner, bike-owner, SoBi bike-share user, public transit user, and GO user, he is a big-time advocate for improved transit. Mark frequently tweets about #hamont and transportation at @MDRejhon and leads the Hamilton LRT Advocacy run by local residents. Spouse of Alain Bureau, candidate for Ward 3 city councillor in the 2018 Hamilton municipal election, @ABureauWard3.
Petition to Name New Claremont Multi-Use Trail after Jay Keddy - The Province and City have fully funded a new protected Cycle Track on the Claremont Access. This petition seeks to honour the memory of Jay Keddy by naming it after him. Published May 04, 2018 in Special Report: Cycling
Light Rail Transit Station Needed at Gage Park - The distance between Scott Park and Ottawa LRT station is 1.5 kilometres, one of the largest gaps between stations on the proposed route. Published July 04, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail
Photo Tour of Waterloo Region ION Light Rail Construction - A contingent of LRT supporters from Brampton and Hamilton visited Waterloo on Saturday to tour its LRT construction. Published May 16, 2016 in Special Report: Light Rail
Metrolinx 2015 GO Train Survey: Seeking Hamiltonians - Metrolinx and GO Transit are looking for feedback, and Hamiltonians need to make sure our voices are heard. Published November 20, 2015 in Special Report: Transit
Brampton's LRT Loss Could Expand Hamilton LRT - Brampton City Council just voted to reject LRT capital funding. Hamilton could use that money to expand its LRT system instead. Published October 28, 2015 in Special Report: Light Rail
GO Part 2: Weekend All-Day GO Trains Possible In Hamilton 2016 - An existing Niagara GO train passes West Harbour GO without stopping: 16 trains per weekend, eight toward Toronto and eight toward Niagara. Can they stop in Hamilton in 2016? Published October 07, 2015 in Special Report: Transit
Major GO Train Construction for Hamilton - For over two decades, Hamilton has been promised all-day two-way GO train service, with many broken promises. Finally, action is occurring at several Hamilton construction sites. Published August 19, 2015 in Special Report: Transit
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