Work to replace Hamilton bus shelters begins this month

Work to replace Hamilton bus shelters begins this month
HSR says notices advising customers of the disruptions will be posted in advance at the existing shelter locations as well as on social media.

Temporary stops will also be identified for the duration of each shelter’s removal and installation.

The transit agency is asking customers to please prepare for inclement weather conditions while the new shelters are being installed.

As part of HSR’s 2019 Shelter Renewal Program, this month we will begin to replace approximately 500 transit shelters throughout #HamOnt , with the first 45 replacements scheduled to start January 15, 2019. For more information:
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