East London Link
The East London Link will revitalize more than 6 km of road from Downtown to Fanshawe College. The project will add rapid transit and transportation improvements including transit links to the City’s eastern industrial employment areas. At the same time, the City will repair and replace aging sewers and watermains.
In 2022, the City of London constructed Phase 1 of the East London Link on King Street between Wellington Street and Lyle Street. In March 2023 construction began on Phase 2 of the East London Link.
In 2024, construction will progress to Phase 3, on Dundas Street between Egerton and Highbury Avenue and on Highbury Avenue between Dundas and Oxford Streets, extending approximately 200 metres north, west and east of the Highbury Avenue and Oxford Street intersection.
The project will:
Construction will result in:
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Construction of Phase 1 of the East London Link was completed in 2022 on King Street between Wellington Street and Lyle Street.
In March 2023 construction begins on Phase 2 of the East London Link. The project limits for 2023 construction will begin at King and Lyle Streets, and continue to Ontario, up Ontario to Dundas Street, and from Dundas Street and Ontario Street to Dundas and Egerton Streets. Remaining phases of the East London Link will be built in 2024 and 2025.