2015 A Busy Year For Construction

A large number of infrastructure projects are planned for the City of London when construction season kicks off in early April.

London’s 2015 $161.7-million infrastructure program includes plans to reconstruct 97 km of road, 20 km of sanitary and storm sewers, and 9.5 km of watermains. The city also plans to reline around 7 km of watermains and 11 km of sewer.

In April, the second phase of construction will begin on Hyde Park Rd. from South Carriage Rd. to Fanshawe Park Rd. W.  The city says the ongoing first phase work on Hyde Park will continue with bridge rehabilitation until September.

The City of London also has the following projects scheduled for this year:

  • Road widening on Commissioners between Wonderland and Wharncliffe
  • Bridge rehabilitation on Highbury north of Trafalgar
  • Burbrook storm water tunnel to relieve flooding and combined sewers
  • Roadwork and bike paths on Upper Queens/Ridout from Baseline to Southdale
  • Storm water management pond at Dingman Creek

For information about road closures, as well as ongoing and upcoming projects on city streets, click here.