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Matthew Sweet is a graduate of Mohawk's Transportation Engineering Technology program and is also a McMaster alumnus. He currently works in Cambridge and lives in Hamilton. If you run into him in public at various transportation related events, please don't bring up his ramblings on RTH comment threads, everyone knows such things don't count in real life.
100in1Day a Chance to Demonstrate Community Leadership - 100in1Day is a day meant to inspire, to envision positive change and to in some small way implement that change, even if only for a day. Published May 31, 2015 in Events
Double Standard at Play in Transportation Outrage - The convenience of middle-class car commuters on King is being prioritized above the mobility of an equal number of bus commuters. Published January 12, 2015 in Special Report: Bus Lane
Love Your Streets: Hamilton's Changing Transportation Network - The demand for this session has been overwhelming. As a result, the event is now taking place at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. Published November 14, 2014 in Events
The Transportation Revolution is Coming - The car culture is a juggernaut, but we should all take comfort in the fact that in the background, several forces are working to our advantage. Published November 18, 2013 in Special Report: Walkable Streets
Change Doesn't Happen Overnight - The car culture which so many of us are railing against happened gradually, incrementally, over many years, thanks to many big and small decisions, piece by piece. Changing it will take time. Published October 23, 2013 in Special Report: Cycling
Bike to Work Day on May 28 - Come to Gore Park on May 28 and cast your vote for cycling in Hamilton. Published May 17, 2012 in Special Report: Cycling
Scientists Discover 'Hamilton Effect', Published January 17, 2011 in Humour
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