Gore Road and Hamilton Road Intersection Improvements Environmental Assessment


Hamilton Road and Gore Road is a busy intersection. Due to London's growth, there is a need to accommodate the increasing amount of traffic by improving this intersection and addressing the mobility concerns of pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists. The City is undertaking an environmental assessment to determine possible alternatives that will make this intersection safer.

During this study, the project team will evaluate alternatives, select the preferred alternative, and assess the environmental impacts and potential mitigation measures.

Options that are being explored include, but are not limited to:

  • installing traffic signals at the existing intersection
  • realigning Hamilton and Gore roads and implementing traffic signals
  • realigning the aforementioned roads and implementing a roundabout

Current status

A drop-in style Public Information Centre (PIC) is scheduled to take place on Monday October 2, 2023 from 4:00pm – 6:00 pm at the Bob Hayward YMCA – 1050 Hamilton Road, London.

Attendees will:

  • Get an update on the Environmental Assessment
  • Learn about the alternative solutions and the preferred recommended alternative.
  • Participate in a Q&A session with the project team

Get Involved

Study area

This figure illustrates the limits of the study area at the intersection of Hamilton Road and Gore Road, with Highbury Avenue identified to the west and Clarke Road identified to the east to reference the location. For more information, please contact Paul Yanchuk at pyanchuk@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 Ext.2563

Project Timeline

December 2020: Notice of Commencement

The City sent out a notice of commencement to residents, business owners, interested stakeholders and First Nations to notify them of the Environmental Assessment's start.

June 2021: Public Information Centre #1

The City hosted a Public Information Center on June 24 from 5 p.m. till 7 p.m. for residents and businesses to learn more about this project. This project information would typically be presented at an in-person public meeting, but adjustments are being made to ensure public safety and to follow COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings.

Fall 2023: Public Information Centre #2

The City is currently collecting feedback from the public and First Nations communities. Once collected, the City will confirm or revise the study recommendation and will host a second Public Information Centre.

Last modified:Tuesday, April 09, 2024