Corpus ID: 159940660

Shaping Hamilton with Complete Streets

  title={Shaping Hamilton with Complete Streets},
  author={Mark R. Ferguson and Christopher D. Higgins and Tom Lavery and Elnaz Haj-Abotalebi},
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This project was produced by MITL with support from the Government of Ontario's Places to Grow Implementation Fund
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East Boulevard Resurfacing Project
  • Charlotte Department of Transportation.
  • 2013
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