Master Plans & Class EAs

Waterdown Community Node Transportation Management Plan

Notice of Study Completion & 30 Day Public Review

The WTMP study was undertaken in accordance with the Municipal Engineer’s Association Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) document, October 2000 (amended in 2007, 2011 and 2015). Two PICs and several public and stakeholder consultations were completed during the EA process. At the conclusion of the study a report documenting the planning process undertaken and the recommendations reached was prepared.

The recommended projects for implementation are:

  • Eighteen streets for implementing traffic calming measures
  • Nine streets for implementing traffic infiltration prevention measures
  • Ten locations for improving pedestrian crossings
  • Multiuse path for Hamilton Street and sections of Dundas St. East

These A and A+ projects are pre-approved under the Municipal Class EA process.
The study also recommended transit coverage to a wider area, increasing service hours and a Transit Node facility close to the intersection of Dundas Street East and Hamilton Street East. In addition, the study also recommended to undertake detailed studies for these four improvements.

  • Pedestrian crossing bridge from Sealey Park over the Canadian Pacific rail line to the west of Grindstone Creek
  • Pedestrian crossing bridge across Grindstone Creek from Church Street to Margaret Street Park.
  • Rerouting a cycling connection through Hamilton Street South, Barton Street and Griffin Road, crossing Mill Street, traversing the rear of existing properties on the east side of Mill Street and connecting back to Dundas Street
  • Extension of Clappison Avenue from Parkside Drive to North Waterdown Drive.

The Study Report was endorsed by Hamilton City Council on March 30, 2022.

Public Review

The Report will be on public record for a minimum of 30 calendar days in accordance with the Municipal Class EA process. The “Review Period” will begin on April 29, 2022 and end on May 31, 2022.

The Report will also be made available for public review at these locations:

Flamborough Municipal Service Centre
163 Dundas St. East
Hamilton, ON, L8N 2Z7
Phone: 905-546-2489

Office of the City Clerk
71 Main Street West
City Hall, 2nd Floor
Hamilton, ON, L8P 4Y5

If you have questions or concerns after reading the report, please contact us. If there are major concerns, it will be resolved through discussion between the City and the concerned party.

Mohan Philip
Project Manager, Transportation Planning
Planning & Economic Development Department
City of Hamilton
100 King St. West, Floor 9, ON, L8P 1A2
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 3438
Email : [email protected]

Information will be collected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.

 

The City of Hamilton has initiated a transportation management study for the Waterdown area.

The purpose of the study is to:

  • address existing issues
  • identify and plan for future transportation needs that support the future developments planned

This study is being completed following the requirements of Phase 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class EA process. The study will consider and review options for the transportation network, to accommodate multiple modes of travel.

This study is being carried out in collaboration with the Waterdown Community Node Secondary Plan study.

Map of the Waterdown Community Node Transportation Management Plan

Virtual Public Information Centre No. 2
Held October 21, 2020
Presented the recommended solutions for the project. 

Online Survey
Held February 2019 to November 2019
Public feedback report (PDF, 491 KB)

Public Information Centre No. 1
Held October 10, 2019
Present the proposed transportation solutions and received your input on the solutions developed to date. Presentation (PDF, 2 MB)
Potential solutions: Network Improvements Map (PDF, 2 MB) | Active Transportation Map (PDF, 2 MB) | Neighbourhood Traffic Infiltration Map (PDF,  20 MB) | Speeding Map (PDF, 23 MB)
Comment sheets: Active Transportation (PDF, 198 KB) | Local Road/Neighbourhood Road Improvement (PDF, 515 KB) | Road Network (PDF, 285 KB)

Public Information Centre No. 1 originally scheduled for February 12, 2019 was cancelled due to inclement weather.

Contact us

We want to hear from you about issues and opportunities for transportation improvements. Send your comments/suggestions to [email protected].

For more information contact:
Mohan Philip, M. Eng., P. Eng.
Project Manager, Transportation Planning
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 3438
Email: [email protected]