How to increase transit riders

HSR has struggled for years with virtually no growth, but could look down the highway to the transit innovations of another older Ontario city that is making giant strides. By utilizing multiple methods Kingston has jumped its bus ridership by 80 percent in just five years.

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We Deserve to Know the Truth About the Buried Red Hill Parkway Report – Raise the Hammer

This was my first time running the race on a rainy day, and I couldn’t help but notice that the pavement on Red Hill seemed a lot more slippery than the surface roads connecting to it. Of course, this observation was purely subjective and anecdotal, but I was not at all surprised to learn that …

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Hamilton – the best place to raise a child, age successfully and… keep on truckin’?!?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Take a walk, cycle or drive along any major downtown Hamilton arterial roadway and, chances are, in a matter of minutes you’ll be sharing that streetscape with a very large, very loud, 18-wheeled industrial truck. Whether they are hauling grain or transporting steel coils –these lumbering hulks are definitely not making deliveries in the downtown …

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New Unprotected Bike Lanes on Gage North of Dunsmure – Raise the Hammer

New bicycle lanes were recently installed on Gage Avenue, north of Dunsmure Road. As we can see from the following photographs, there is a very serious safety issue with the bicycle lane being obstructed by the door zone of adjacent parked cars. Source: New Unprotected Bike Lanes on Gage North of Dunsmure – Raise the …

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