Update: Two down-bound lanes open for Claremont Access. Sherman Access is reduced to one lane.
In January 2016, City Council directed staff to investigate:
- design options for a cycling facility on the Claremont Access
- pedestrian accommodations
The study area (PDF, 202 KB) is about 2.5 km long, from the base of the Claremont Access near Wellington Street to Upper James Street and continuing along the Brow to West 5th Street.
The study also includes possible linkages along this route to parks, trails, and intersecting streets.
Hamilton's Cycling Master Plan proposes various forms of infrastructure along this corridor, including bike lanes and multi-use trails, to provide a safer, efficient, and comfortable network to encourage cycling.
Information presented at the open house on August 16, 2016:
- Information panels (PDF, 760 KB)
- Drawings and cross-section describing concept plans (PDF, 13 MB)
We want to hear from you!
Submit your comments on the project by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before August 25, 2016.
A report will be presented to City Council in October, describing concept design details, costs, and proposed project timing.
Project Manager of Alternative Transportation
Phone: 905-546-2424 Ext. 2066
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