Brad Clark calls for “flexible BRT” and a rebrand of the HSR

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Mayoral hopeful Brad Clark has laid out an ambitious plan to improve transit in Hamilton over the next eight years – a plan that will cost up to $24 million to operate overall. Clark announced several initiatives he plans to implement if elected: Create a “flexible BRT” system on several corridors across the city, including […]

Transit talk on the campaign trail

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After the Thanksgiving break, Mayoral candidate Brad Clark has come out swinging on transit. Andrew Dreschel writes: With less than two weeks to Election Day, Brad Clark has dramatically reframed the LRT debate. The Stoney Creek councillor and former Ontario transportation minister initially trumpeted bus rapid transit as a cheaper alternative to light rail, which […]

MacKay’s take on McHattie, Clark

Mayoral candidates Brian McHattie and Brad Clark both had meetings with the Spectator’s Editorial Board today. Continuing our series of Graeme McKay’s sketches of mayoral candidates, here’s his take on Brian McHattie and Brad Clark.       What do you think? Watch for a roundup of Eisenberger, Clark, and McHattie’s editorial board meetings in […]

EXCLUSIVE: Eisenberger leads in mayoral poll

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By Matthew Van Dongen / Hamilton Spectator A new poll that gives Fred Eisenberger the early lead in Hamilton’s mayoral race also shows more than a third of voters remain undecided. The random poll of 839 city residents, conducted for the Spectator by Forum Research, shows the former mayor leading with 26 per cent support, […]

Dreschel: Mayoral candidates spar over LRT

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By Andrew Dreschel SEE MORE by this author Councillor Brad Clark was authoritative in a know-it-all kind of way. Councillor Brian McHattie spoke more strongly than usual. And Fred Eisenberger subtly got in the most digs, nearly all directed at Clark. But when the Hamilton Business Leaders mayoral forum was over Thursday, there was no […]

Russ Powers backs Brad Clark for mayor

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Retiring Dundas councillor Russ Powers is endorsing Brad Clark for mayor. At a news conference Sept. 16 in Dundas, Powers said he believes Clark understands how government works and will help Hamilton get the support it needs from senior governments. Read the rest of the story by Elections Editor Nicole MacIntyre at thespec.com

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