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Help plan neighbourhoods near Hamilton's rapid transit line:
community meetings, June 21, 23, 27, 28, July 5 and 6



The City of Hamilton hopes to improve east-west transit service in the city by developing the B-Line, a rapid transit line along Queenston Road, Main and King Streets between Eastgate Square and McMaster University.

The City is also studying land use along the rapid transit corridor. Residents and local architects will be working together over the next few weeks to create plans for future development along the B-Line. They’ll develop six conceptual designs for buildings and public areas at six locations along the corridor.

During the meetings, you can view the designs, learn about how they relate to the surrounding neighbourhood and comment on the plans. Your comments will help develop new policies on land use, building heights, densities and urban design elements. Feedback from these meetings will help City staff determine what new development along the B-line corridor should look like and how it should it relate to neigbourhoods.

You can attend meetings:

Tuesday, June 21

Longwood Road and Main Street West study area

Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church
1107 Main Street West
7 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:
5B Main West or 52 Dundas (westbound) buses to Main Street West across from the Highway 403 exit. Cross Main Street West at the signal, then walk two blocks west.
5 Delaware (eastbound) buses to Main Street West and Dow Avenue, walk one block west.

Thursday, June 23

Queenston Traffic Circle and Parkdale Avenue study area

St. Columba Presbyterian Church,
1540 Main Street East (at Weir Street South)
7 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:
1 King buses (westbound) to Main Street East and Weir Street North, walk east half block, cross Main Street East at traffic signal, then walk one block west along the south side of Main East.
1 King buses (eastbound) to Main Street East across from Tragina Avenue North, walk one block east.

Monday, June 27

Dundurn Street and King Street West study area

The Scottish Rite,
Round Room
4 Queen Street South (at King Street West)
7 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:
5 Delaware, 7 Locke buses (eastbound) to Main Street West and Queen Street South, walk one block north.
5B Main West, 5C West Hamilton, 52 Dundas buses (westbound) to King and Queen Streets, cross to southwest corner
34 Upper Paradise buses (northbound) to Hess Street South and Main Street West, walk one block west and one block north.
34 Upper Paradise buses (southbound) to Queen Street South and Main Street West, walk one block north.

Tuesday, June 28

Delta and Ottawa Street study area

Delta United Church,
47 Ottawa Street South
7 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:


52 Dundas buses (westbound) to Ottawa Street South and Maple Avenue
5E Delaware - Greenhill buses (eastbound) to Ottawa Street South and Maple Avenue, cross Ottawa South.
41 Mohawk via Ottawa buses (north- and southbound) to Ottawa Street South and Maple Avenue.

Tuesday, July5

Wentworth Street and King Street East study area

Festival Banquet Centre
747 King Street East
7 p.m.

Getting there by public transit
1 King buses (westbound) to King Street East and Sanford Avenue, walk half block east.
1 King buses (eastbound) to Main Street East and Sanford Avenue South, walk two blocks north and a half block east along the north side of King Street East.
3 Cannon buses (westbound) to Wilson Street and Sanford Avenue North, walk one block south and a half block east along the north side of King Street East.

Wednesday, July 6

Queenston Traffic Circle and Parkdale Avenue study area

Red Hill Branch,
Hamilton Public Library,
695 Queenston Road
7 p.m.

Getting there by public transit:
1 King buses (westbound) to Queenston and Nash Roads, walk half block east. (Library is in strip mall on north side of Queenston Road.)
1 King buses (eastbound) to Queenston and Nash Roads, cross Queenston Road at signal and walk half block east.
4 Bayfront buses (north- and southbound) to Nash and Queenston Roads, walk half block east along the north side of Queenston.