At this January 21st meeting the HSR director will be presenting on the HSR budget for 2021. Tune in to learn about the hardships the HSR has been through in the pandemic, and how Council plans to respond – tune in via YouTube live starting at 9:30am at: https://www.youtube.com/user/InsideCityofHamilton
In preparation for Public Delegation Day, January 27th and 30th, for the 2021 Hamilton budget a coalition of allied organizations under the banner of a Just Recovery for Hamilton will be hosting delegation workshops. Learn how to register to talk to Council, or submit a prerecorded video, and demand HSR funding be maintained! Registration is free but required: (link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1071238556709008)
February 8th: Public Delegation Day! This is the one day residents of Hamilton are able to delegate to City Council to comment on the municipal budget and to convey their priorities. To register, go to: https://www.hamilton.ca/council-committee/council-committee-meetings/request-speak-committee-council To learn more about delegating and for advice, attend one of the workshops on the 27th and 30th, or email Ian from Environment Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org
The inaugural AGM of the Hamilton Transit Riders’ Union will be held on:
Saturday, June 2nd
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Hamilton Public Library
Details to follow.
Even the bus drivers won’t drive some stretches of Hamilton road, so pockmarked are they, especially one of the city’s busiest streets, Main West, by the McMaster hospital.
“We are considering public transport free of charge in order to reduce the number of private cars,” three ministers including the environment minister, Barbara Hendricks, wrote to EU environment commissioner Karmenu Vella in the letter seen by AFP Tuesday.
There are 212,230 commuters in the Hamilton Census Subdivision (CSD) which encompasses the city of Hamilton. Of that total, nearly 70 percent work in the City of Hamilton (Table 1).
… congestion on GTA highways — a problem that is costing the average household $125 a year, according to a report from the Toronto Region Board of Trade …
About 35 residents of the Durand neighbourhood gathered at the crosswalk at Queen and Herkimer streets Monday morning holding signs appealing to drivers on Queen to slow down.