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Monday, June 27, 2016

Burlington Street East Name Change to Nikola Tesla Boulevard

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Burlington Street East Name Change to Nikola Tesla Boulevard and Sign Replacement

HAMILTON, ON – June 27, 2016 – Please note that a portion of Burlington Street East, from the QEW to 165 metres east of Ottawa Street North, in both directions, will be renamed to Nikola Tesla Boulevard.

Starting on June 29 to July 8, work crews will be replacing a number of signs on Burlington Street East and side roads. It is expected that work will be completed during the evening hours and some lane closures will take place.

On October 6, 2015 the City of Hamilton Planning Committee endorsed the idea of renaming Burlington Street to the Nikola Tesla Expressway. City Council approved the idea later that month.

For more information on the story behind Nikola Tesla Boulevard: https://www.teslaeducational.ca/city-of-hamilton-2/ and https://www.teslaeducational.ca/our-story-2/

3 comments:

  1. AnonymousJune 27, 2016

    we should have a referendum on this.

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  2. AnonymousJune 27, 2016

    "Nikola Tesla Boulevard is voted Hamilton's worst road again"

    Robert Angier

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  3. AnonymousJune 28, 2016

    I'm glad we've taken care of all of our infrastructure defecit and can toss a couple of hundred grand at renaming a street. Let the good times roll!

    Ryan

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