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.
Votes Cast for Statements
I believe that the best opportunity for an economic transformation for Hamilton as a whole, and especially for downtown Hamilton is via the development of an integrated regional and local transportation network that incorporates regional transit (all day, every day, express GO Transit service), local transit (a comprehensive bus network that feeds TWO major light rail lines, one running east-west, the other north-south), and alternative transit (dedicated and protected bike lanes, pedestrian zones, etc).
It is imperative that the provincial government fund these projects so that Hamilton can more fully contribute to the economic revival of Ontario.
On Monday, Vote #yesLRT
There is only one way to stop the anti-LRT gang from derailing the biggest public infrastructure investment in the city's history.
Support the #yesLRT Campaign
A broad coalition of LRT supporters including Hamilton Light Rail has come together with a new campaign called #yesLRT to make sure this project stays on the rails through the upcoming municipal election.