London-Middlesex is in the Red/Control category of the Provincial Keeping Ontario Safe and Open framework. A number of City facilities have reopened to the public for in-person programs and services.
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.
The new street design will enhance the pedestrian and biking environment, improve safety, reduce traffic back-ups due to trains and improve access to transit. It is being designed to improve route reliability, efficiency and safety for everyone crossing the railway.
The City is planning to maintain two lanes of traffic during most of the construction period through a road detour to the east of Adelaide Street.
Advanced storm sewer relocation: The City is installing a new storm sewer in advance of 2021 construction, along the McMahen Park and CP Rail fence line. The work began on December 15, 2020 and is anticipated to take approximately one month, weather permitting. As part of this work, the horseshoe pits have been removed and will be relocated to a new location in spring 2021.
Construction will take place along Adelaide Street from Central Avenue to McMahen Street.
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Construction is planned to take place in 2021/2022
Necessary advance construction work began in mid-June and will continue into fall 2020 to accommodate the main project construction scheduled in 2021.
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