Oxford Street West and Gideon Drive Intersection Improvements Environmental Assessment

Background

The intersection of Oxford Street West and Gideon Drive has seen an increase in traffic volume in recent years, because of development growth, including the recent extension of Kains Road. With further growth anticipated in the area, the intersection no longer has the capacity to accommodate current and future traffic demand. 

This environmental assessment (“EA”) will look at solutions to improve the safety of the intersection, while also considering future growth and demand.

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

  • installing traffic signals at the intersection
  • implementing a roundabout

As part of this study, the project team will also look at upgrading and replacing underground services such as storm and sanitary sewers and watermains.

Current status

You can now sign up for the Public Information Centre planned for Wednesday, November 17 from 5-7pm.

Study area

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The Oxford Street West and Gideon Drive Environmental Assessment will study the intersection and the area will include up to 200 meters in each direction of the intersection. For more information, please contact Paul Yanchuk at pyanchuk@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 Ext.2563

Project Timeline

February 2021: Notice of Commencement

The project team is preparing to mail a Notice of Commencement to residents, nearby business owners, First Nations and interested stakeholders, letting them know the Environmental Assessment has started.

Fall 2021: Public Information Centre #1

You can now sign up for the Public Information Centre happening on Wednesday, November 17 from 5-7pm. During this webinar, the project team will present some of the options that are being explored as solutions for this intersection. This is an opportunity for interested parties to provide feedback and ask questions.

The input provided will be critical to shaping the final recommendations of the  study.

Last modified:Monday, November 15, 2021