Do you support converting more of Hamilton's one-way thoroughfares into complete, two-way streets that support walking, cycling and transit?
Responses to the question: "Do you support converting more of Hamilton's one-way thoroughfares into complete, two-way streets that support walking, cycling and transit?"
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2 Candidate Responses (top)
|Candidate||Brief Response||Full Response|
|Brown, David||Yes||I support the conversion of the one-way thoroughfares into complete two-way streets.|
|Storm, Larry||No||I have walked downtown and I've biked downtown and I see no issue with the one way streets. Hamilton is famous for the, "Green wave!" It's something that's uniquely Hamilton. I can drive from my old job near Macmaster to home using the green wave as it did to take the 403/QEW. Not many places can say that for city streets. The speedy commute would help transit, would it not? I am currently of the opinion that there may be more benefits to one way streets than disadvantages.|
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