HAMILTON, ON – Today, the City of Hamilton is launching a month-long campaign aimed at educating drivers about the rules of the roundabout. The “Roundabout Safety” campaign is part of the world-wide Vision Zero initiative.
In collaboration with Hamilton Police Services, the City of Hamilton is reminding drivers to yield to pedestrians, cyclists and any traffic already travelling through the roundabout. Motorists are reminded to always slow down, proceed with caution and signal when exiting the roundabout.
HAMILTON, ON – The City of Hamilton and the Hamilton Police Service are reminding motorists that it is illegal and dangerous to drive while impaired, whether by alcohol, illicit drugs, prescription medication or cannabis.
Even a small amount of drugs or alcohol can affect a driver’s balance, coordination, motor skills, attention, judgment, reaction time, and decision-making skills.
HAMILTON, ON April 27, 2016 –As this is a formal complaint, and as I am both mayor and a member of the Police Services Board, it would not be proper to comment while the matter is being investigated.
My position on carding in general is well-known: it is indiscriminate, targeted, street checks, without the suspicion of a crime. As far as I’m concerned this must not be practiced and it is proper that it be banned.