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Hamilton has a legacy of multi-lane, one-way arterial streets dating back to the 1950s. Do you support accelerating the conversion of these streets to two-way? Why or why not?

Responses to the question: "Hamilton has a legacy of multi-lane, one-way arterial streets dating back to the 1950s. Do you support accelerating the conversion of these streets to two-way? Why or why not?"

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2 Candidate Responses (top)

Ward 05
CandidateBrief ResponseFull Response
Klazinga, Stewart Yes Absolutely.

Hamilton does not need a pseudo-highway running through the neighbourhoods of the lower city. If over the next hundred years, a single life can be spared, that alone would make the conversion worth the effort. Our most vulnerable populations are paying the sticker-price attached to our "competitive advantage", and they're paying with their lives. A cost far too high.
Maldonado, Juanita Maybe No comment at this time.

Response Summary (top)

Brief ResponseCount% of Total
Yes150.0%
No00.0%
Maybe150.0%

1 Candidates Have Not Responded (top)

Ward 05
Collins, Chad