Hamilton Transit Alliance

Hamilton Transit Alliance

The Hamilton Transit Alliance (HTA) is a coalition of local organisations within the City of Hamilton who all agree on the importance of reliable and accessible public transit, and push for improvements and expansion of public transit within the city to achieve the social, economic and environmental benefits it brings to Hamilton.

The Hamilton Transit Alliance’s full membership includes: ATU 107, Hamilton ACORN, Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion, Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, Hamilton District Labour Council, Disability Justice Network of Ontario, Environment Hamilton, YWCA Hamilton, McMaster Student Union, Social Planning Research Council, Immigrants Working Centre, and Neighbour 2 Neighbour.

The HTA is facilitated by Environment Hamilton - for media or organisation inquiries email Ian at iborsuk@environmenthamilton.org.

The HTA is supported by a grant from The Atmospheric Fund, a regional climate agency that invests in low-carbon solutions for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.

The Atmospheric Fund


Updates from the Hamilton Transit Alliance:

Public letter on 2020 Budget recommendations and Area Rating for Transit (January 24 2020)

Special statement regarding the cancellation of the Hamilton LRT project (December 20 2019)

 


 

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  • Ian Borsuk
    published this page in Transit 2020-01-03 10:38:49 -0500