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The City of Hamilton initiated the Class EA process for improvements to Barton Street and Fifty Road. Barton Street and Fifty Road are truck routes, which form exit and entrance points to the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) and Highway 8, and are classified as major arterial roadways.
The City of Hamilton initiated the Municipal Class EA process for Dickenson Road between Upper James Street and Glancaster Road, within the Airport Employment Growth District. The corridor has been identified for improvements to address long-term transportation requirements and to provide a transportation network consistent with the Airport Employment Growth District Secondary Plan
The City of Hamilton conducted a a review of the erosion processes occurring on the Cherry Beach shoreline. The review identified high erosion rates and a very steep bank with no established vegetation. As a result of the review, the City initiated the Class EA process to further examine the potential effects on property or lands that may be unsafe for development and to identify appropriate erosion mitigation measures, including a preferred conceptual design. The project involved the restoration of approximately 300 m of eroding Lake Ontario shoreline.
The City is initiating the Class EA process for Glancaster Road, between Dickenson and Garner Road, which is located within the Hamilton Airport Employment Growth District (AEGD). This study is required before a road improvement strategy is selected and designed.
The City of Hamilton initiated the Class EA process to identify the preferred sites for a new Elevated Water Storage Facility (ESWF) and a new Pumping Station at Pressure District (PD) 7 within the Southeast Mountain Area. This EA provides water supply for future growth in Elfrida.