Infrastructure

Voice your support for connecting the Hunter St cycling gap

On Monday, the City’s Public Works Committee voted against receiving an information report from staff about the Hunter St bicycle connection. As reported by CBC Hamilton and The Hamilton Spectator, this vote doesn’t mean that the bicycle lane is cancelled, but it could be cancelled if…

Update on Herkimer & Queen

Blog post by Jamie Stuckless A big thank you to Councillor Wilson and City staff for re-designing the Herkimer & Queen intersection with cycling safety in mind. As part of the two-way conversation on Queen St, a traffic light is being added at Herkimer. To enhance safety for people cycling…

2019 Cycling Budget Featured in CBC Hamilton

Adam Carter of CBC Hamilton has recently published an article discussing the City’s 2019 budget for cycling infrastructure. Cycle Hamilton member Elise Desjardins is also featured in the article. Click here to read the full article on CBC Hamilton‘s website: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/cycling-report-1.4986014…

Cycling Investments in the 2019 City Budget Report

A new report prepared by city staff outlines the proposed investments in Hamilton’s cycling infrastructure for 2019. This document can be found here: https://pub-hamilton.escribemeetings.com/FileStream.ashx?DocumentId=177302 The section entitled “Cycling Infrastructure 2019” can be found on page 690 of the document. You can also hit Ctrl+F and enter “Cycling Infrastructure”…

Event Details Confirmed: Bay St. Bike Lanes Launch

On October 27th, the new Bay Street bike lanes will officially launch. A launch event is planned to take place at City Hall, followed by a group ride on the lanes to the waterfront. Cycle Hamilton will be present at this event and will have an information table at the…

Bay Street Bike Lane Launch Event

Councillor Jason Farr has announced on his Facebook page that there will be a launch event for the Bay Street Bike Lanes on October 27th at 11:00 am. Stay tuned for updates.

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