Transportation Network Review launched in Hamilton to gauge transit needs

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Published January 11, 2024 at 5:32 pm

Hamilton has launched a “Strategic Transportation Network Review” to learn about the city’s needs and form a service plan until 2051.

City Hall announced the review on Jan. 9 to “determine the short and long-term transportation needs to support servicing requirements to the year 2041 with consideration for 2041-2051.” According to Hamilton, the project will ”

  • Align with the 2018 Transportation Master Plan Vision and Desired Outcomes.
  • Identify projects that update the road, transit, and active transportation networks (along with supporting infrastructure) in the 2018 Transportation Master Plan.
  • Include the anticipated timing and updated costs of each project.
  • Provide recommended transportation projects to be included in the upcoming 2024 City of Hamilton Development Charges Background Study and By-Law.

Previously the town held a public engagement session to present its findings back in May. They’ve set a follow-up meeting to discuss adjustments made since the May meeting. It’s scheduled for Jan. 18 between 6 and 8 p.m. at the Turner Park Library.

“You are also invited to attend the second and final public information centre to learn more about the STNR draft recommendations for Hamilton’s road, transit, and active transportation networks. A recorded presentation, questionnaire, and interactive map will be available,” the town road.

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