February 7, 2019 3:31 pm

Where are the most dangerous intersections in Hamilton?

The City of Hamilton is analysing collision trends as a means to identify priority roadway safety issues.

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King and Dundurn is the intersection with the highest number of collisions in Hamilton, the city says.

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That’s according to a report by Hamilton public works.

City Of Hamilton

The 2017 Annual Collision Report released on Wednesday, found that between 2013 and 2017, there was an average of 8,202 collisions on city streets and the total number of collisions has been increasing each year.

The study also found you’re at a higher risk of getting into a crash if you’re between the ages of 21-30 and are driving on a Friday between 2-3 p.m. from October to December.

According to the report, the intersection of Main and Kenilworth streets has had the most pedestrian collisions, while Cannon and Wellington streets had the highest number of cyclist collisions.

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The city says the statistics and analysis will provide the Hamilton Strategic Road Safety Committee with the information to identify priority roadway safety issues.

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