Sunday, March 07, 2010

Dundurn Redux

What: Dundurn Street: from National Historic Site to World Biosphere Reserve (York Blvd to Aberdeen)
Date: Monday, March 22, 2010
Time: 7 to 9 p.m.
Location: Parish Hall, St. Joseph Church, Locke at Herkimer, Hamilton

Dundurn is a street on the cusp of redeveloping and forging a new identity. You are invited to a community meeting to learn about and provide your input into how it could look in the future.


· Councillor McHattie will speak about his vision of Dundurn Street

· Khaldoon Ahmad, City of Hamilton Urban Design and David Cumming, City of Hamilton Heritage and Urban Design will speak about potential streetscapes on Dundurn as well as the concept of Dundurn as a “Complete Street

· Al Fletcher, City of Hamilton Planning will speak about what Dundurn might look like under the new Mixed Use zoning and by-law reform; this could include intensification opportunities

· Daryl Bender, City of Hamilton Alternative Transportation will speak about the Shifting Gears Cycling Master Plan, TDM (Transportation Demand Management), and transit opportunities

· Zach Douglas, CEO of McMaster Innovation Park will provide an update on the current progress and how it ties into the future of Dundurn

The presentations will be followed by a Q&A and discussion.


Complete Streets

New Urbanism

Commercial & Mixed Use Zoning

Shifting Gears – Hamilton’s Cycling Master Plan

TDM - Transportation Demand Management

McMaster Innovation Park

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