Two wheels good, four wheels bad: Pathways for scooters and bikes ‘urgently’ needed in Hamilton
Wider, smoother pathways that can be shared by pedestrians, cyclists and scooter riders are likely to become a priority of Hamilton’s infrastructure planning, with city-dwellers embracing the two-wheeled options for commuting with gusto.
It was an apparent epiphany shared by Hamilton City Councillors attending an infrastructure operations committee meeting on Thursday, during a report about public feedback on a six-month trial of Lime scooters in the city.
As of Wednesday, more than 1800 people had responded to a council survey on the scooters, the vast majority declaring them a boon for Hamilton.
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