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Hamilton hosts public information meetings
on north - south rapid transit project, July 19, 20

Although some members of the City of Hamilton’s council may be cooling their enthusiasm for light rail transit in their city, the City’s rapid transit office is still working on the project.

Recently, they hosted a series of meetings to help plan development in neighbourhoods near the future east - west “B-Line” along Queenston Road, King and Main Streets between Eastgate Square and McMaster University.

Now they’re hosting public information meetings for the future north - south “A-line” along Upper James and James Streets between John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport and the waterfront.

Metrolinx has identified both rapid transit lines as priorities in “The Big Move”, its regional transportation plan.

The A-Line public information meetings take place Tuesday, July 19 and Wednesday, July 19.

Tuesday, July 19

Mohawk College,
Fennell Campus,
H-Wing Atrium,
135 Fennell Avenue West
From 6 until 8 p.m. The event takes place in front of Starbucks in the corridor connecting the new Learning Exchange building (H-Wing) and C-Wing. Free parking is available in lot P8.

Getting there by public transit

20 A-Line express and 35 College buses to stops on campus.
21 Upper Kenilworth and 33 Sanatorium buses to Fennell Avenue West and West Fifth Street.

Wednesday, July 20

Hamilton Convention Centre,
Webster Room
1 Summers Lane
From 6 until 8 p.m.

Getting there by public transit MacNab Terminal is beside the convention centre. Most buses serving downtown Hamilton either stop in the terminal or on nearby King and Main Streets West.