Articles in Eyes On The Street

New Pedestrian Crossover on Queen at Herkimer
The City is installing a new pedestrian crossover (PXO) at the dangerous intersection of Queen and Herkimer.
by Kevin Love
Published October 05, 2017 in Eyes on the Street (3 comments)

Beg Buttons Removed at Young and James
The pedestrian 'beg buttons' have been removed from the intersection of James Street South and Young Street.
by Kevin Love
Published July 20, 2017 in Eyes on the Street (6 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Wear-and-Tear on Hamilton Bike Share Bike 037
It is truly amazing that the SoBi system has been such a fantastic success that the bikes are starting to wear out.
by Kevin Love
Published May 02, 2017 in Eyes on the Street (6 comments)

Pedestrian Plazas Returned to Pedestrians at Hunter Street GO Station
The pedestrian plazas in front of Hunter GO Station were being used for transit security parking but have now been restored for use by people on foot and bikes.
by Kevin Love
Published April 28, 2017 in Eyes on the Street (18 comments)

Snow Clearing Good Enough for the Likes of You
A nice big wall of snow was left blocking the bike lane on Herkimer four days after the last snowfall.
by Kevin Love
Published December 24, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (4 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Bike Lane Stopping Zones
Given the limited number of bike lanes in Hamilton, every one of them is effectively an arterial route for cyclists. Why is this unsafe practice allowed?
by Oliver Veit
Published November 18, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (5 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Permanent Bumpout Completed at Locke and Herkimer
This is the successful end of a long and hard fight for a safer intersection.
by Kevin Love
Published October 18, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (4 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Permanent Bumpout Coming to Locke and Herkimer
Good news: the knockdown sticks at the northest corner of Locke and Herkimer will be replaced by a permanent bumpout.
by Kevin Love
Published October 07, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (11 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Inception Train at Main and Gage
From time to time, a CP train engine passes diagonally right through the intersection of Main and Gage.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 26, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (4 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Car-Free McMaster Campus
Before McMaster freed its campus from cars, skeptics and naysayers predicted a host of negative outcomes that never happened.
by Kevin Love
Published June 16, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (7 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Fixed Pavement in Cannon Street Cycle Track
The City has fixed the pavement tracks on Cannon Cycle Track near Adam Street.
by Kevin Love
Published June 10, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (4 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Pavement Cracks in Cannon Street Cycle Track
The Cannon Street Cycle Track has several cracks parallel to the direction of bike traffic that are large enough to grab a tire and cause a crash.
by Kevin Love
Published June 08, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (20 comments)

Eyes on the Street: New Ward 2 Dog Park
City staff have been working on creating a new dog park in the annex east of Corktown Park.
by Ryan McGreal
Published June 02, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (7 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Camouflaged Bollard in Woodlands Park
Camouflage is bad for bollards, as many people have been hurt by crashing into them.
by Kevin Love
Published May 30, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (12 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Traffic Calming at Locke and Stanley
The foundation of good urbanism is a willingness to carefully observe city life in order to understand how we can make it better.
by Ryan McGreal
Published May 27, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (7 comments)

Eyes on the Street: Herkimer Bike Lanes and Cannon Planter Boxes
Kevin Love observes a notice about upcoming bike lanes on Herkimer Street and the return of the Cannon Cycle Track planter boxes.
by Kevin Love
Published May 27, 2016 in Eyes on the Street (0 comments)

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