Council’s LRT Committee will consider a staff report outline the route plan, and King Street road changes, for Hamilton’s LRT.
The report includes new stop locations, how to handle the limited road allowance in the Downtown International Village.
Live video starts at 3 p.m.
Councillor Green’s assertion at 2:46:00 that there is a 1 Billion Dollar Return on Investment is misleading at best. If the initial capital investment of 1 Billion that he’s confusing with a return is spent without the proper due diligence, it will saddle the city with costs well into the future. That would be considered a negative return on investment by most definitions… and that’s what the suburban residents and representatives are trying to understand.
Yes this is a big gamble.it,s to much
the core.take a ride going east. It’s already developed.Ending at queenston traffic circle gives the rider
a few options , get your eye’s checked
buy a car , buy booze, buy a car or sit
At Tim Horton’s waiting for a bus.
Does not look so good going east.
Should have went to eastgate.
A billion dollars is a lot of money but
if it,s wrong it,s wrong .L.R.T.serves only the downtown core. Amalgamation has increased Hamilton’s population from 317000
too over 500000. Transit has not caught up with transit needs in this
Expanded city.We just have to look
At Boffalo N.Y.There water front has
become a place to go.There L.R.T. is a
Failure.No BUFFALO reps.were invited
to a city of Hamilton,s trasit meeting.
The reason it would be negative.
Other puplic meeting on L.R.T.May 10
2016 .Poor turnout ,when asked do you support L.R.T. All ten said NO .
Support at other public meetings
showed the same lack of support for
L.R.T.Simly put THIS IS WHAT Wynne
WANTS ,NOT WHAT HAMILTON