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  1. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-31 15:10:58: Go for it!... (3 words)

  2. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-31 15:07:33: There is a legitimate use of one-way streets to help make walking, cycling or public transit the fas... (18 words)

  3. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Ryan, Posted 2015-07-31 13:57:15: Nope. I will defer to [kevlahan's reply to your other comment](#comment-113229) in which he unpacks ... (16 words)

  4. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-31 13:17:47: Yet more 'quantification' of why on-ways are bad (e.g. traffic safety, crime, property values), Loui... (15 words)

  5. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-31 12:53:44: No, of course not. But those who claim it is illegitimate to try to improve living conditions i... (19 words)

  6. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by kevlahan, Posted 2015-07-31 12:45:45: So are you trying to build consensus to have the two-way streets where you now live (Rolston, appare... (18 words)

  7. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by RobF, Posted 2015-07-31 12:37:38: >I don't see Chow as a serial quitter. I just see a politicians whose loyalties are fragmented betwe... (18 words)

  8. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by DowntownInHamilton, Posted 2015-07-31 11:28:18: >>Too many residents who live nowhere near you whole heartedly support the one way street network th... (17 words)

  9. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by DowntownInHamilton, Posted 2015-07-31 11:22:38: I love it. You're a troll if you disagree with you. Thanks for clearing up what most of the people... (22 words)

  10. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 10:55:21: Agreed, but we have to fill it out anyway, as you clearly did too. That's Hamilton -- actually aski... (20 words)

  11. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 10:50:21: Yep. As an observation --bike peak traffic doesn't seem to follow car peak traffic. There's often ... (19 words)

  12. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by shropshire dbate club, Posted 2015-07-31 10:25:39: My wise friend, she asks to remind Ben this isn't the Shropshire Ontario tea & bitters debating club... (18 words)

  13. A Narrow Focus Leads to Wide Streets, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 10:00:07: roadrash, Correct: Average may be a hair under 50kph BUT: Eastwards 7:15pm Main St heading Jam... (14 words)

  14. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 09:45:26: Key word 'one' extra city bus. Just one single extra bus in HSR's fleet. That's more than the cos... (22 words)

  15. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Guss, Posted 2015-07-31 09:33:28: Yes, the survey is somewhat poorly designed, esp. the first question concerning what modes of transp... (16 words)

  16. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Not everyone , Posted 2015-07-31 09:32:23: Not everyone who favours one way streets is a troll.... (10 words)

  17. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Pxtl, Posted 2015-07-31 08:53:33: My dream would be for city hall to identify the low-hanging fruit and make a commitment to have them... (19 words)

  18. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-31 08:50:25: Interesting survey. I would be interested in seeing the results. Particularly how many people said... (17 words)

  19. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by Anon, Posted 2015-07-31 08:42:43: The point is the "community" needs to be the entire city. Too many residents who live nowhere nea... (17 words)

  20. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 04:14:38: Whether this politican is red, blue, or orange -- the flipping between federal seat and municipal se... (17 words)

  21. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 04:10:04: Hmm. Some of my comments need to become an article. (Memo to self)... (15 words)

  22. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 03:43:13: P.S. People think I am a paid SoBi shill -- but shut up -- I am not -- I am an ONTARIO TAXPAYER -- P... (25 words)

  23. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 03:13:27: Sign me up. But. Even as carowner here in Lower City, I certainly wouldn't stand in the way if we ... (23 words)

  24. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-31 02:51:42: Pretend? Please. The community I live in is real. I only live two blocks away from this location ... (18 words)

  25. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by Fred Street, Posted 2015-07-30 21:41:13: I found that the author was not so much critical of a variety of experience, but rather vacillating ... (19 words)

  26. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-30 20:24:49: It occurs to me that this line of argument would disqualify myself from standing for election. I've... (18 words)

  27. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by mdrejhon, Posted 2015-07-30 17:56:01: For those paying attention -- City of Hamilton is now asking residents to fill a survey about HSR im... (19 words)

  28. Olivia Chow Wants My Support, by DowntownInHamilton, Posted 2015-07-30 17:43:15: >>RTH's submission guidelines (you can read them on the site) allow for non-Hamilton focused article... (15 words)

  29. Achieving Target Residential Density Around the West Harbour GO Station, by Dylan, Posted 2015-07-30 17:41:43: You've got to tap off and it will deduct the appropriate amount. Buses don't take the preset it see... (20 words)

  30. Taking Hamilton's Cycling Network to the Next Level, by KevinLove, Posted 2015-07-30 16:43:37: Absolutely! The best way to change things is all at once. Which, alas, is how Hamilton's one-way s... (20 words)

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