Month March 2016

DPAI’s Molly Merriman Featured in TheSpec

Seedworks member Molly Merriman was recently featured in The Hamilton Spectator’s young professional series.

An Intern Architect at DPAI, Merriman shared her passion for Hamilton with TheSpec. Asked “what would make Hamilton a better city”? Merriman stated “A more transparent political sphere. Strong leadership in planning for the sustainable affordable housing that we need. Better and better bike infrastructure. More major two-way streets that are complete and accessible. A more radical commitment to a healthy urban ecosystem. We need to learn from the best precedents in the world while being thoughtfully experimental and actually having some fun.”


Merrimen is one of The Seedworks many young professionals working in a variety of fields.

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Sobi Hamilton Hailed Across Canada as Bike Share Leader

The Secret is Out, Sobi Hamilton is great

Hamilton’s successful bikeshare, with its headquarters in The Seedworks, is garnering national attention with recent mentions in Canadian Cycling Magazine, MetroNews Canada, and CBC.

MetroNews Canada asks “Why is Hamilton’s bike sharing scheme more popular than Toronto’s?” noting that Sobi Hamilton’s 7000 riders is nearly double Toronto’s 4000.

CBC takes “A look inside Hamilton’s surprising bike share success story” by profiling the largest user by distance traveled.

Canadian Cycling Magazine is hailing Sobi Hamilton’s significant success in attracting over 7,000 riders to the system.