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This is a record-breaking year for construction in London, with over $200 million in projects happening across the city.

The projects taking place in 2024 represent the wide range of work the City does to keep London moving – from adding new bike lanes and laying the foundation for rapid transit to fixing sidewalks, repaving roads and beautifying our streets.

We want to thank you for your patience as this work is underway to make it easier, safer and more convenient for Londoners to reach various destinations in the city.

Please use the interactive map on Renew London to find current information about construction projects and other city-wide road work impacting you.

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Current construction projects

Adelaide Street Underpass

The City is planning to reconstruct Adelaide Street from Central Avenue to McMahen Street. This will include an underpass beneath the CP Rail tracks, nearby intersection improvements and active transportation connections with wide multi-use paths added on both sides of the roadway.

Learn more about the Adelaide Street underpass 

Contact us

Please contact Max Kireev at mkireev@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 5560.

Annual Sidewalk Program

Each year, the City identifies high-priority areas and develops a sidewalk plan. Building new sidewalk connections make communities more accessible for everyone, regardless of age or ability.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ANNUAL SIDEWALK PROGRAM

This year, eight areas have been prioritized as part of the City's Annual Sidewalk Program.
 

Contact us

Please contact John Bos at jbos@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 7348.

Ashland Avenue

Location

Ashland Avenue from Wilton Avenue to CN Rail Tracks.

​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Base Line Road

Location

Base Line Road from West Street to Beachwood Avenue .

​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Cleveland Avenue

Location

Cleveland Avenue from Burlington Street to Cairn Street.

​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Eden Avenue

Location

Eden Avenue from Nixon Avenue to Verulam Street .

​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Hillcrest Avenue

Location

Hillcrest Avenue from Regal Drive to Highbury Avenue North.

​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Regent Street 

Location

Regent Street from William Street to Adelaide Street.

​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Royal York Road

Location

Royal York Road from Queen Mary Crescent to Hyde Park Road.

.​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Vesta Road

Location

Vesta Road from Fuller Street to Hillcrest Avenue.

​​​​​​Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately late-summer 2023.

Attawandaron Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Attawandaron Road from Aldersbrook Road (east leg) to Aldersbrook Road (west leg).

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Audrey Avenue Road Reconstruction

The City will be replacing the sidewalk, curb and gutter, and asphalt on Audrey Avenue.

The Work

  • sidewalk replacement
  • curb and gutter replacement
  • asphalt replacement

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2022 and is anticipated to last until approximately summer 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Bainard Street Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Bainard Street from Main Street to Broadway Avenue.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Blakie Road Road Extension

The City will be reconstructing Blakie Road from Meadowbrook Drive to Breck Avenue to install a new sanitary sewer and watermain, and construct a road connecting the existing portions of Blakie Road. 

The Work

  • watermain extension
  • sanitary sewer replacement
  • box culvert installation over creek
  • new concrete curbs 
  • new asphalt road surface

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in winter 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately spring 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Blair Massshelein bmassche@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 4849.

Campbell Street North Strategic Link

The City will be reconstructing Campbell Street on Lambeth Optimist Park from James Street to Winterberry Drive.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Jeremy Simon jesimon@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5952.

Cycling Projects

This year, the City is planning to add more than 15 kilometres of new bike lanes and continue to improve the cycling network.

Bradley Avenue Cycle Track

The City of London is expanding the cycling network by adding a cycle track to Bradley Avenue between Jalna Boulevard and Wellington Road. The project will accommodate all ages and abilities; enhance connections to nearby parks, schools and green spaces, and support different forms of mobility. Construction is currently planned to take place in 2023.

Learn more about this project

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Josh Gardiner at jgardiner@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 7365.

Cheapside Street Cycling Improvements

The City of London plans to install new cycling infrastructure on Cheapside Street this summer to fill an important gap in the cycling network and complete a priority project in the City of London's Cycling Master Plan. The project will provide cycling facilities on Cheapside Street between Richmond Street and Adelaide Street through a combination of in-boulevard, protected, and painted cycling lanes on both sides of the road.

Learn more about this project

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Josh Gardiner at jgardiner@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 7365.

North Extension of Colborne Street Bike Lanes (Oxford Street East to Cheapside Street)

The City of London is adding cycling infrastructure improvements to Colborne Street between Oxford Street East and Cheapside Street, with construction tentatively scheduled for spring of 2023. This work builds on the existing bike lanes on Colborne Street that extend from Horton Street East to Oxford Street East.

The proposed design would add painted bike lanes (one northbound and one southbound) from 75 metres north of Oxford Street East to 20 metres north of Cheapside Street, where cyclists and motorists currently share space in mixed traffic lanes. On-street parking will be restricted from Colborne Street to accommodate the new bike lanes

Learn more about this project

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact John Bos at jbos@london.c or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 7348.

Denlaw Road Road Reconstruction

The City will be replacing the sidewalk, curb and gutter, and asphalt on Denlaw Road.

The Work

  • sidewalk replacement
  • curb and gutter replacement
  • asphalt replacement

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in summer 2022 with minor clean-up work in summer 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Dingman Drive Improvements

The City is planning to widen Dingman Drive from Wellington Road South to Hwy 401 from a 2-lane rural cross-section to a 4-lane urban cross-section. The project will add above ground improvements, including asphalt multi-use pathways, landscaping, traffic signals and streetlighting, while repairing and replacing underground infrastructure.

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in summer 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately until fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Max Kireev mkireev@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 5560. 

Elworthy Avenue Infrastructure Lifecycle Project

The City will be reconstructing Elworthy Avenue from Edward Street to Base Line Road East.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Gage Gonyou at ggonyou@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8411.

Enterprise Drive Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Enterprise Drive from Pond Mills Road to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Kyle Fairhurst at kfairhur@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2496.

Edgehill Road and Edgehill Crescent Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Edgehill Road from Blackacres Boulevard to Edgehill Crescent and Edgehill Crescent from Blackacres Boulevard (south leg) to Edgehill Road.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Fanshawe Park Road and Richmond Street Intersection Improvements

The City is preparing to reconstruct the intersection of Fanshawe Park Road and Richmond Street, starting in spring of 2023. Construction is anticipated to extend along Richmond Street from Jacksway Crescent to the north leg of North Centre Road, and on Fanshawe Park Road East between the east and west legs of North Centre Road.

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately summer 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Larry Davidson at ldaviso@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 2101. 

Gower Street Infrastructure lifecycle Project

The City will be reconstructing Gower Street from Oxford Street West and the north end of Gower Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Gage Gonyou at ggonyou@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8411.

Grangeover Place Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Grangeover Place from Grageover Avenue to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Griffith Street Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Griffith Street from Byron Baseline Road to Boler Road.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Kyle Fairhurst at kfairhur@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2496.

Grosvenor Street Road Reconstruction

The City will be replacing the sidewalk, curb and gutter, and asphalt on Grosvenor Street.

The Work

  • sidewalk replacement
  • curb and gutter replacement
  • asphalt replacement

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Hastings Drive

The City will be repairing sidewalks and replacing concrete curb and gutter and asphalt on Hastings Drive from Fanshawe Park Road East (west leg) to Hastings Gate. 

The Work

  • sidewalk repair
  • curb and gutter replacement
  • asphalt replacement

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in October 2022 and is anticipated to last until approximately summer 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Kyle Fairhurst at kfairhur@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2496.

Imperial Road and Balcarres Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Imperial Road from Grenfell Drive to Balcarres Road and Balcarres Road from Esteven Rd to Milestone Road.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Jeffreybrook Close Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Jeffreybrook Close from ​​​​​​Jeffreybrook Dr to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Jenedere Court Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Jenedere Court from Avenue Road to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Lyle Street and Elizabeth Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be reconstructing Lyle Street from King Street to Dundas Street and Elizabeth Street from Dundas Street to Queens Avenue to replace aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle.

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work and asphalt paving in spring 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Jeremy Simon jesimon@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 5952. 

McKenzie Avenue, Baker Street, Windsor Avenue and Belgrave Avenue Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be replacing aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle.  

The Work

  • Watermain replacement
  • Water service replacement to property lines
  • Sanitary sewer replacement
  • Storm sewer replacement
  • Partial replacement of existing private drain connections (PDC)
  • Tree removals 
  • Sidewalk replacement
  • Concrete curb and gutter replacement 
  • New asphalt road surface

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Sam Haynes at shaynes@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 4733.

Melanie Court Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Melanie Court from ​​​​​​Hastings Drive to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Mud Creek Phase 2 

The City will create an improved naturalized and stable channel corridor to enhance the ecological environment for wildlife; along with new recreational pathway connections, and naturalized landscaping to enhance walkability and the public amenity space between the CN Rail embankment northerly to Oxford Street and the construction of a new Oxford Street culvert.

LEARN MORE ABOUT MUD CREEK PHASE 2

Anticipated timeline

This phase is anticipated to be completed in two phases:

  • Phase 2A: Construction is anticipated to start in fall 2023 and last until approximately summer 2024.
  • Phase 2B: Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Paul Titus at ptitus@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 4948.

Orkney Place Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Orkney Place from Orkney Crescent to end of street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Paardeberg Crescent, Rhine Avenue, and Flanders Row Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be reconstructing Paardeberg Crescent, Rhine Avenue and Flanders Row to replace aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle.  

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact James Ramsay jramsay@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 2668 

Platt's Lane Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be reconstructing Platt's Lane from Cherryhill Place to Oxford Street West to replace aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Gage Gonyou ggonyou@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 8411 

Pond Mills Road and Adelaide Street South Road Rehabilitation

The City will be rehabilitating Pond Mills Road from Southdale Road East to Pond View Road and Adelaide Street South from Commissioners Road East to Thompson Road.

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in summer 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Sam Haynes at shaynes@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 4733.

Quebec Street Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be reconstructing Quebec Street from Oxford Street East to the Canadian Pacific rail line to replace aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle. 

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact James Ramsay at jramsay@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 2668

Railton Avenue Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Railton Avenue from Trafalgar Street to Marconi Boulevard.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Kyle Fairhurst at kfairhur@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2496.

Rapid Transit Projects

This year, the City will be undertaking three phases of Rapid Transit on Wellington Street, King Street, Dundas Street and Ontario Street to add new bus-only lanes and other above ground improvements, while repairing and replacing underground infrastructure. 

Downtown Loop Phase 3 (Wellington Street)

The City is constructing the final phase of the Downtown Loop project on Wellington Street from Queens Avenue to York Street. 

learn about the downtown loop project

Contact us

Please contact Trent Laithwaite at tlaithwaite@london.ca or by calling 226-219-7197.​​​​​

East London Link Phase 2 (King Street, Ontario Street and Dundas Street)

The City is constructing Phase 2 of the East London Link on King Street, Ontario Street, Dundas Street and  Egerton Street.

Learn more about the East London Link project

Contact us

Please contact Andrea Gagne at agagne@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 6391.​​​​​

Wellington Gateway Phase 1 (Wellington Street)

The City is adding rapid transit elements and transportation improvements to ease congestion and improve safety and efficiency along Wellington Street between York Street and north of the Thames River (Clarks Bridge).

Learn more about the Wellington Gateway Project

Contact us

Please contact Trent Laithwaite at tlaithwaite@london.ca or by calling 226-219-7197.​​​​​

East London Link Phase 3 (Dundas Street; Highbury Avenue)

The City is planning to begin construction of Phase 3 (3C) of the East London Link in February 2024 on Highbury Avenue between Oxford Street East and the north limit of the Highbury Avenue overpass. Phase 3A on Dundas Street between Egerton Street and McCormick Boulevard is planned for construction in 2024, tentatively starting in the spring.

Learn more about the East London Link project

Contact us

Please contact Andrea Gagne at agagne@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 6391.​​​​​

Regent Street and Fraser Avenue Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be reconstructing Regent Street from Colborne Street to Maitland Street, and Fraser Avenue from Regent Street to Huron Street, to replace aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle. The infrastructure no longer meet the provincial standards requiring separation between the pipelines to prevent contamination.

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in summer 2023 and last until fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Larry Davidson at ldavidso@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2101.

St Julien Street, Hume Street and Major Street Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City had planned to reconstruct St. Julien Street from Major Street to Trafalgar Street, Major Street from Hyla Street to Hume Street, and Hume Street from Major Street to Trafalgar Street in 2022. However, due to unforeseen circumstances, the City is deferring planned construction of this project to 2023. 

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact James Ramsay at jramsay@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 2668

Southdale Road West and Colonel Talbot Road Improvements

The City of London is preparing to reconstruct the intersection at Southdale Road West and Colonel Talbot Road, beginning in spring of 2023. The project will reconfigure the intersection as a roundabout, and will add active transportation infrastructure improvements, including in-boulevard bike paths and pedestrian sidewalks. The roundabout will also feature plantings and greenery in its central island. The design aims to improve comfort and safety for all road users and help accommodate existing and future travel demand.

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately until late-fall 2023, with minor clean-up work in spring 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Max Kireev mkireev@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 5560. 

Suffolk Place Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Suffolk Rd from Castlegrove Boulevard to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Valleyview Avenue  Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Valleyview Avenue to replace aging infrastructure that has exceeded its expected lifecycle. 

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2022, with minor clean-up work in summer 2023.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Gage Gonyou at ggonyou@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8411.

Wendy Crescent and Wendy Lane Road Reconstruction

The City will be reconstructing Wendy Crescent from Hastings Drive (north leg) to Hastings Drive (south leg) and Wendy Lane.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Deris Dow at ddow@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 8440.

Victoria Bridge Replacement

The City will be replacing Victoria Bridge, located on Ridout Street South, and spans the South Branch of the Thames River, just south of Horton Street.  

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2022 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS PROJECT

Contact us

Please contact James Ramsay at jramsay@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2668.

Whitehall Drive Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be reconstructing Whitehall Drive, from Vancouver Street to Atkinson Boulevard, to replace aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle. 

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023, with minor clean-up work and asphalt paving in 2024.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Jeremy Simon jesimon@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 5952. 

 White Oak Road and Exeter Road Intersection Improvements

The City is preparing to reconstruct White Oak Road from  Exeter Road to 400m south of the intersection,

Anticipated timeline

Construction started in spring 2023 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Colin Reaburn or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 4532. 

Upcoming construction

Bradley Avenue Extension

The City of London is planning to extend Bradley Avenue, from Wharncliffe Road South to Jalna Boulevard (West leg).

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2025.

- Phase 1: Bradley Ave from Wharncliffe Rd to White Oak, planned for construction in spring 2024

- Phase 2: Bradley Ave from White Oak to Jalna Blvd (West leg) planned for construction in 2025

Learn more about the project

Contact us

Please contact Andrew Denomme andenomm@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5037.

Cavendish Crescent East, Riverside Park and Mitchell A. Baran Park Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Cavendish Crescent East the Greenway low level trunk sanitary sewer through Riverside and Mitchell A. Baran Parks in your area to replace aging infrastructure that has exceeded its expected lifecycle. This letter provides some details and important information about the project, what to expect and how to get involved.

Anticipated timeline

Starting in spring 2024 until approximately fall 2024, with some clean-up work in 2025.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law at dlaw@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 5896 

Cavendish Crescent Phase 3 Infrastructure Renewal

The City of London is planning to replace aging underground infrastructure, including sewer and watermain. 

Project limits:

  • Mount Pleasant Avenue between Riverside Drive and Wharncliffe Road North
  • Charles Street from Mount Pleasant Avenue to Wharncliffe Road North
  • West Lions Park
  • Paul Street between Lorraine Avenue and Wharncliffe Road North
  • Lorraine Avenue from Paul Street to end of street

Anticipated timeline

Starting in spring 2024 until approximately fall 2024, with some clean-up work in 2025.

Contact us

Please contact Crystal McQuinn at cmcquinn@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 4472. 

Central Avenue Cycling and Resurfacing Improvements

The City of London plans to install new cycling infrastructure on Central Avenue this summer. The Central Avenue Cycling and Resurfacing Improvements project, which is part of the City of London's Cycling Master Plan, will add new cycling facilities on Central Avenue between Richmond Street and William Street, and resurface Central Avenue from Maitland Street to William Street.

Learn more about this project

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2023 and last until approximately fall 2023.

Contact us

Please contact Josh Gardiner at jgardiner@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 7365.

Chiddington Place Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Chiddington Place from Chiddington Avenue to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Colonel Talbot Road Upgrades

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Colonel Talbot Road from 300m south of Southdale Road to James Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2025.

Contact us

Please contact John Bos jbos@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 7348.

Fairchild Place Road Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Fairchild Place from Fairchild Crescent to end of street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Fairchild Court Road Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Fairchild Court from Fairchild Crescent to end of street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Farnham Court Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Farnham Court from Farnham Road to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Farnham Grove Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Farnham Grove from Farnham Road to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Farnham Place Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Farnham Place from Farnham Road to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Foster Avenue Infrastructure Renewal Project

The City will be reconstructing Foster Avenue, from Edinburgh Street to Oxford Street West, to replace aging infrastructure that has met its expected lifecycle.

Anticipated timeline

Due to unforeseen circumstances, construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and is anticipated to last until approximately fall 2024, with minor clean-up work and surface asphalt paving in spring 2025.

Learn more about this project

Contact us

Please contact Josh Robinson at jrobinso@london.ca or by phone at (519) 661-2489 x 0122 

McTavish Crescent Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct McTavish Crescent from Glendarry Avenue to Clermount Avenue.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Oxford Street West and Gideon Drive Intersection Improvements

The City of London is planning to reconstruct the intersection of Oxford Street West and Gideon Drive to add a new roundabout.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2024, pending approvals and agreements.

Contact us

Please contact Paul Yanchuk pyanchuk@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2563.

Rockingham Court Reconstruction 

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Rockingham Court from Chiddington Avenue to end of Street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Salvia Court Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Salvia Court from Salvia Street to end of street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Salvia Street Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Salvia Street from Banbury Road to Deveron Crescent. 

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

St. Croix Avenue Reconstruction

The City of London is planning to reconstruct St. Croix Avenue between both east and west legs of Guillwood Boulevard.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Sunningdale Road and Richmond Street Intersection Improvements

The City of London is planning to widen the Sunningdale Road and Richmond Street intersection to enhance comfort and safety from Villagewalk Boulevard to Redford Road. This project is still subject to land acquisition, agreements and approvals. 

Learn more about this project

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in summer 2024 until approximately December 2024, with some finishing work in 2025. 

Contact us

Please contact Matthew Fabiilli mfabiill@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5806.

Traverse Street Reconstruction 

The City of London is planning to reconstruct Traverse Street from Gammage street to Linwood street.

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2024 and last until approximately fall 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Doug Law dlaw@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 5896.

Wellington Gateway (Clark's Bridge)

The City is planning to widen Clark's Bridge (Wellington Bridge) in 2024/2025 from just north of the Thames River to Watson Street as part of the Wellington Gateway (Rapid Transit) project.

Learn more about the Wellington Gateway Project

Contact us

Please contact Trent Laithwaite at tlaithwaite@london.ca or by calling 226-219-7197.​​​​​

Wellington Gateway Phase 3

The City is planning to reconstruct Wellington Road from Wilkins Street to Harlech Gate to install new centre-running bus-only lane for future rapid trapid transit operations.

Learn more about the Wellington Gateway Project

The project is tentatively planned for construction in 2024, with some planned carry-over work in 2025.

Contact us

Please contact Trent Laithwaite at tlaithwaite@london.ca or by calling 226-219-7197.​​​​​

Wellington Gateway Phase 4

The City is planning to reconstruct Wellington Road from Harlech Gate to Holiday Avenue to install new centre-running bus-only lane for future rapid trapid transit operations.

Learn more about the Wellington Gateway Project

The project is tentatively planned for construction in 2024, with some planned carry-over work in 2025.

Contact us

Please contact Trent Laithwaite at tlaithwaite@london.ca or by calling 226-219-7197.​​​​​

Wharncliffe Road South Improvements

The City of London is planning improvements for Wharncliffe Road South from north of the Thames River to Springbank Drive.

Learn more about the Wharncliffe Road south improvements 

Windermere  Road Reconstruction

The City will be replacing and repairing aging layers of asphalt, installing new sidewalk and repairing the storm sewer on Windermere Road between Corley Drive and Ryersie Road. 

The Work

  • asphalt replacement
  • install new sidewalk 

Anticipated timeline

Construction is anticipated to start in fall 2023 and last until approximately spring 2024.

Contact us

Please contact Kyle Fairhurst at kfairhur@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 2496.

Frequently asked questions

Learn more about construction projects
How can I be informed about ongoing construction/ traffic interruptions?

The City provides an interactive map (Renew London) which is updated with information on any transportation impacts. Information is provided on each transportation impact and a City employee that can be contacted for more information.

Renew London

What guidelines does the City use when designing these road projects?

The City follows the Complete Streets Design model.

A complete street is an environment that is safe and accessible for all road users. The City wants roads to meet everyone’s needs. Streets will feature high-quality pedestrian spaces and integrate seamlessly with transit, cycling networks, and motorists. 

The engineering team will design roads that connect everyone and support active and green transportation.

For more information, please consult our Complete Streets Design manual.

Will I be able to cycle through the construction area?

This depends on the project. All road traffic detours will take bicycles into account, and in some cases crews will set up cycling-specific signage to help cyclists navigate the construction. If possible, bike lanes will remain open in the project area.

How is accessibility addressed in the construction zone?

The City is being proactive with our pedestrian accessibility measures and actively collecting feedback related to the construction zone. While the AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) does not lay out specific requirements for construction zones, the City does make every effort to maintain a safe and passable route for all users.

Why Doesn’t the City Work 24/7?

The City has to balance the desire to complete work quickly with the interests of people living nearby who would be impacted by construction taking place late into the evening or overnight.

Even when neighbouring residents would not be affected by construction after 7:00 p.m., the City must also consider the additional cost.  There can be a significant cost premium to work extra hours meaning that fewer projects might be completed for the same amount of money.

Are Projects Typically Completed on Time and Under Budget?

Most work is completed on time and on (or even under) budget. In recent years, a large percentage of the construction projects managed by the City were completed on time and on budget. 

But sometimes there are good reasons why they might take longer than expected to complete. Schedules are set before the work begins, and once construction starts, crews might discover issues at the site that were unknown and unexpected.  The schedule has to be adjusted to allow time to do work that wasn’t originally anticipated.

It’s also important to remember that the City isn’t the only organization that is doing work in the roadway. In fact, the City encourages utilities and other agencies to plan their work immediately preceding or following the City’s work. While that type of planning and coordination can produce cost-savings, and reduce the disruption caused by construction, there are times when the work that is being done ahead of the City isn’t finished on time. In that case, the City must adjust its construction schedule to recognize that sometimes delays are beyond its control.

Is the City Responsible for all Work Completed on City Property?

While a significant amount of work is completed by the City such as underground construction on watermains and sewers, work on the surface involving construction of roads and sidewalks, and above-ground work on traffic signals, a large amount of work is non-City work and is completed by utilities and telecom companies.  Because those organizations share the roadway with the City, their work can often lead to the temporary closure of lanes of traffic.

The City makes every effort to manage the timing of non-City construction, but it cannot prevent that work from taking place. Therefore, the City works closely with those organizations to encourage them to stage or bundle their work with other construction that is planned in the same location.