A conversion to make Queen Street between King Street West and Aberdeen Avenue a two-way thoroughfare has been completed, according to the City of Hamilton.
The final stage of the conversion was completed Tuesday, making a stretch of roadway between Main Street West and Aberdeen Avenue into alternating lanes.
Changes also included traffic light modifications at five intersections as well as new traffic signals at three others.
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Bike lane safety improvements and the reconstruction of curbs and sidewalks at eight intersections were also made.
The alterations were a part of the city’s strengthening of its Vision Zero road safety campaign to end traffic fatalities and serious collisions.