Garner Road Municipal Class Environmental Assessment

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The City of Hamilton is completing a Schedule C Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study along Garner Road (Wilson Street to the Highway 403 off-ramp) to improve transportation infrastructure. Falling along the S-Line of the BLAST Rapid Transit Network, the study will ensure that the transit priority corridor supports multi-modal (pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles) safety, capacity, traffic management and consistency with neighbouring road segments on Garner Road. The project will also look at stormwater management, complete streets and servicing improvements needed along the road.

We want to hear from you

Public consultation is important in this study. The design for Garner Road improvements will reflect the long-term needs of the community. There will be two Public Information Centres (PICs) held during the study to gather feedback on the designs and recommendations. Please use the “Subscribe” button to sign up to follow this project and get updates on consultation and opportunities for input.

The City of Hamilton is completing a Schedule C Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study along Garner Road (Wilson Street to the Highway 403 off-ramp) to improve transportation infrastructure. Falling along the S-Line of the BLAST Rapid Transit Network, the study will ensure that the transit priority corridor supports multi-modal (pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles) safety, capacity, traffic management and consistency with neighbouring road segments on Garner Road. The project will also look at stormwater management, complete streets and servicing improvements needed along the road.

We want to hear from you

Public consultation is important in this study. The design for Garner Road improvements will reflect the long-term needs of the community. There will be two Public Information Centres (PICs) held during the study to gather feedback on the designs and recommendations. Please use the “Subscribe” button to sign up to follow this project and get updates on consultation and opportunities for input.

  • Public Information Centre #1

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    Held Monday, December 11, 2023

    Refer to the FAQs (right side panel) for questions asked at the PIC #1


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