The Advisory Committee for Persons with Disabilities met Tuesday to discuss policing matters with Hamilton Police Service Chief of Police Eric Girt and discussed the streetscape designed planned for the LRT project, with staff presenting specific plans for the International Village.
Hamilton’s Advisory Committee for Persons with Disabilities will receive an update on the City’s elevator by-law – specifically how the City will require signage explaining the bylaw in devices with frequent breakdowns and these will be in braille – and a presentation from the Light Rail Transit on streetscaping high-level planning along the Hamilton LRT corridor.
Hamilton’s Advisory Committee for Persons with Disabilities will discuss Hamilton’s Light Rail Transit Project during their July meeting with a presentation from the LRT office.
The meeting beings at 4 p.m. on Tuesday July 12. The Public Record will broadcast.
Accessible taxis and the lack of accessible washrooms on the Hamilton Beach Front Trail are two high-profile items on the ACPD agenda for January.
Director of Licensing Ken Leendertse will attend the committee for a question and answer forum on taxis.
The City’s Advisory Committee for Persons with Disabilities (ACPD) held their December meeting with two primary topics of discussion: sidewalk quality and accessibility, and ongoing attempts to correct issues with the Hamilton Street Railway.