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by:YEROO     2019-11-12
Glass-
The crushing vandals scared off contractors who cleaned and maintained the Hamilton bus station.
Since 2002, the city has signed a contract with a private company to be responsible for the cleaning, maintenance and handling of advertisements for the HSR bus shelters.
Advertising revenue in the city has fallen, usually between $160,000 and $180,000 a year.
Last fall, the city issued a request for a new six proposal
Year of advertising and maintenance contract but no company is willing to bid
Including the city\'s current contractors, outdoor media.
Interested vendors tell the city a six
The contract for one year is too short to be worth it.
But they also \"want to get rid of the business of home maintenance \"--
Tanya Detmar, traffic planning and infrastructure manager at HSR, said part of the reason was the increased cost of vandalism.
Three days after the release of truck, a truck did not help
Driving vandal has destroyed 19 shelters throughout the city, triggering an ongoing investigation by Hamilton police.
It takes about $500 to replace each broken piece of glass, and a typical HSR sanctuary has four or five pieces of glass.
\"This is a particularly bad time,\" detema said . \"
\"But in general, these suppliers are changing their business model to get out of this situation (maintenance)responsibility.
They are very interested in advertising.
\"Viewers were unable to access the media ahead on Tuesday.
But the latest city contract report states that Hamilton \"has experienced a lot of housing damage, which has frustrated suppliers.
\"High-speed rail passengers also complain more about the damage to dangerous shelters --
Sometimes it is caused by vandalism, but it may also be caused by speeding or going out --of-
Control the vehicle.
There\'s no year for detema-over-
There were years, but in 2017 206 pieces of glass were broken in 670 temporary shelters.
As early as 2013, Don Hull, the former head of the HSR, talked about the challenge of \"extreme destruction\" of the bus shelter, and it is estimated that 500 waiting booths will need to be repaired for damage or graffiti this year. The shelter-
It is not for Hamilton to break the predicament, though.
Edmonton media recently reported that last year, a vandal managed to damage 70 bus shelters, while 17 shelters were smashed in Halifax on a night in last March. (
Outdoor media also took part in the clean-up. )
The outdoor media temporarily agreed to extend the existing contract until the city is ready to release a new RFP-
But now the city will have to deal with broken glass.
Previously, the city was responsible for graffiti and \"etching\" damage on the walls of the shelter, but the advertising company handled the broken glass.
High-speed rail will also have to figure out how to provide a longer period of advertising contracts, although after 2023 there is still uncertainty about who owns what is in the planned light rail transit corridor.
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The crushing vandals scared off contractors who cleaned and maintained the Hamilton bus station.
Since 2002, the city has signed a contract with a private company to be responsible for the cleaning, maintenance and handling of advertisements for the HSR bus shelters.
Advertising revenue in the city has fallen, usually between $160,000 and $180,000 a year.
Last fall, the city issued a request for a new six proposal
Year of advertising and maintenance contract but no company is willing to bid
Including the city\'s current contractors, outdoor media.
Interested vendors tell the city a six
The contract for one year is too short to be worth it.
But they also \"want to get rid of the business of home maintenance \"--
Tanya Detmar, traffic planning and infrastructure manager at HSR, said part of the reason was the increased cost of vandalism.
Three days after the release of truck, a truck did not help
Driving vandal has destroyed 19 shelters throughout the city, triggering an ongoing investigation by Hamilton police.
It takes about $500 to replace each broken piece of glass, and a typical HSR sanctuary has four or five pieces of glass.
\"This is a particularly bad time,\" detema said . \"
\"But in general, these suppliers are changing their business model to get out of this situation (maintenance)responsibility.
They are very interested in advertising.
\"Viewers were unable to access the media ahead on Tuesday.
But the latest city contract report states that Hamilton \"has experienced a lot of housing damage, which has frustrated suppliers.
\"High-speed rail passengers also complain more about the damage to dangerous shelters --
Sometimes it is caused by vandalism, but it may also be caused by speeding or going out --of-
Control the vehicle.
There\'s no year for detema-over-
There were years, but in 2017 206 pieces of glass were broken in 670 temporary shelters.
As early as 2013, Don Hull, the former head of the HSR, talked about the challenge of \"extreme destruction\" of the bus shelter, and it is estimated that 500 waiting booths will need to be repaired for damage or graffiti this year. The shelter-
It is not for Hamilton to break the predicament, though.
Edmonton media recently reported that last year, a vandal managed to damage 70 bus shelters, while 17 shelters were smashed in Halifax on a night in last March. (
Outdoor media also took part in the clean-up. )
The outdoor media temporarily agreed to extend the existing contract until the city is ready to release a new RFP-
But now the city will have to deal with broken glass.
Previously, the city was responsible for graffiti and \"etching\" damage on the walls of the shelter, but the advertising company handled the broken glass.
High-speed rail will also have to figure out how to provide a longer period of advertising contracts, although after 2023 there is still uncertainty about who owns what is in the planned light rail transit corridor.
@ Thespec. com905-526-
3241 | @ MattatthespecGlass-
The crushing vandals scared off contractors who cleaned and maintained the Hamilton bus station.
Since 2002, the city has signed a contract with a private company to be responsible for the cleaning, maintenance and handling of advertisements for the HSR bus shelters.
Advertising revenue in the city has fallen, usually between $160,000 and $180,000 a year.
Last fall, the city issued a request for a new six proposal
Year of advertising and maintenance contract but no company is willing to bid
Including the city\'s current contractors, outdoor media.
Interested vendors tell the city a six
The contract for one year is too short to be worth it.
But they also \"want to get rid of the business of home maintenance \"--
Tanya Detmar, traffic planning and infrastructure manager at HSR, said part of the reason was the increased cost of vandalism.
Three days after the release of truck, a truck did not help
Driving vandal has destroyed 19 shelters throughout the city, triggering an ongoing investigation by Hamilton police.
It takes about $500 to replace each broken piece of glass, and a typical HSR sanctuary has four or five pieces of glass.
\"This is a particularly bad time,\" detema said . \"
\"But in general, these suppliers are changing their business model to get out of this situation (maintenance)responsibility.
They are very interested in advertising.
\"Viewers were unable to access the media ahead on Tuesday.
But the latest city contract report states that Hamilton \"has experienced a lot of housing damage, which has frustrated suppliers.
\"High-speed rail passengers also complain more about the damage to dangerous shelters --
Sometimes it is caused by vandalism, but it may also be caused by speeding or going out --of-
Control the vehicle.
There\'s no year for detema-over-
There were years, but in 2017 206 pieces of glass were broken in 670 temporary shelters.
As early as 2013, Don Hull, the former head of the HSR, talked about the challenge of \"extreme destruction\" of the bus shelter, and it is estimated that 500 waiting booths will need to be repaired for damage or graffiti this year. The shelter-
It is not for Hamilton to break the predicament, though.
Edmonton media recently reported that last year, a vandal managed to damage 70 bus shelters, while 17 shelters were smashed in Halifax on a night in last March. (
Outdoor media also took part in the clean-up. )
The outdoor media temporarily agreed to extend the existing contract until the city is ready to release a new RFP-
But now the city will have to deal with broken glass.
Previously, the city was responsible for graffiti and \"etching\" damage on the walls of the shelter, but the advertising company handled the broken glass.
High-speed rail will also have to figure out how to provide a longer period of advertising contracts, although after 2023 there is still uncertainty about who owns what is in the planned light rail transit corridor.
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