Votes Cast for Statements
A successful city is a visionary and well-planned city. Hamilton has the capacity to be just that, and now has a unique opportunity to take a major step in keeping with that goal, by taking advantage of the $1b investment offered by the province for an LRT.
I am a mountain resident, and I look forward to the eventual improvement of east/west public transit on the mountain. I understand that this is some time off but is in the longterm transit development plan that starts with the LRT.
It would be folly to turn down this once-in-a-lifetime offer from the province. PLEASE, Hamilton City Councillors, vote yes to LRT
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back on LRT
Candidates at both levels need to hear loud and clear that you support LRT and you expect the Province and City to keep their promises and finish building this thing.
Continue with Current LRT Procurement Model
Hamilton Light Rail (HLR) urges City Council to continue with the current Light Rail Transit (LRT) procurement model that Council already accepted under the Memorandum of Agreement with Metrolinx on February 10, 2016.
You made this happen!
Dundas Councillor Arlene VanderBeek best captured the spirit of last night's historic Council vote for the LRT project: "If you're not sure, err on the side of progress."