The City of Hamilton today announced improvements are being made to the pedestrian crossings on North Street and on Dundonald Street.
Chief Operating Officer and Secretary to the City of Hamilton, Edward Benevides stated, “As part of the City’s, and specifically the Development, Infrastructure and Futures Committee’s, ongoing focus of improving pedestrian and motorists safety in Hamilton, the pedestrian crossing on North Street, which is busy throughout the day and in the evenings, is being improved.
“Asphalt work started this morning to raise the height of the crossing. Signs are already in place and the Belisha beacons have been installed and are operational.
“Additionally, the pedestrian crossing at Dundonald and Parliament Streets will also be raised to improve public safety. This work will be completed on Thursday August 16, weather permitting.”
Mr. Benevides concluded, “We encourage pedestrians and motorists to use extreme caution in these areas while the improvements are being implemented.”
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