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)
|Candidate||Brief Response||Full Response|
|Marley, Kevin||No||While I am frustrated with the one-way street design there are other areas I think we as a city need to focus on and come together to resolve before we take on this task. At this time I would not be in support of accelerating this project. However, if it is something that can be done in tandem with other projects then I would reconsider my opinion.|
|Scime, John||Yes||As stated above, the continuation of one-way conversions are a must, but we need to design these two ways with purpose. It must meet the needs of the neigbourhood. We continue to be viewed as one of the most confusing driving cities and I was told when I learned how to drive, “You can’t make a quick left, but you can make 3 lefts”. This creates hesitation and heightens the risks of drivers, riders, and pedestrians because of the lack of experience driving in this city.|
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