Bradley Avenue Extension - Environmental Assessment (EA) Addendum

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An image of Bradley Ave in London Ontario.


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

As part of this planning, the City is completing an addendum to the project's 2005 Environmental Study Report. The Environmental Assessment addendum will evaluate improvements to Bradley Avenue, between White Oak Road and Jalna Boulevard (West leg). The EA Addendum will evaluate providing continuous cycling, pedestrian, and vehicle infrastructure along the Bradley Avenue corridor.


A map of Bradley Avenue and the project area of the extension. For more information or to request the map in an alternate format, please contact Jiten Patel at jpatel@london.ca or call 519-661-2489 x 5013 This map shows the study area of the Environmental Assessment (EA) Addendum. The overall project limits are from Wharncliffe Road South to Jalna Boulevard (West leg) and extend mostly through green space and through some residential and commercial areas, approximately 2 km in length.


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

As part of this planning, the City is completing an addendum to the project's 2005 Environmental Study Report. The Environmental Assessment addendum will evaluate improvements to Bradley Avenue, between White Oak Road and Jalna Boulevard (West leg). The EA Addendum will evaluate providing continuous cycling, pedestrian, and vehicle infrastructure along the Bradley Avenue corridor.


A map of Bradley Avenue and the project area of the extension. For more information or to request the map in an alternate format, please contact Jiten Patel at jpatel@london.ca or call 519-661-2489 x 5013 This map shows the study area of the Environmental Assessment (EA) Addendum. The overall project limits are from Wharncliffe Road South to Jalna Boulevard (West leg) and extend mostly through green space and through some residential and commercial areas, approximately 2 km in length.

  • Current Status of the Project

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    31 Jul 2020

    EA Addendum

    The Environmental Assessment addendum will evaluate improvements to Bradley Avenue, between White Oak Road and Jalna Boulevard (West leg). The EA Addendum will evaluate providing continuous cycling, pedestrian, and vehicle infrastructure along the Bradley Avenue corridor. One of the goals of the EA Addendum is to evaluate providing continuity between the existing four lane Bradley Avenue to the east and the four lane extension to the west. The design recommendations will aim to balance the requirements of all current and potential road users of all ages and abilities within the community, including pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.

    The addendum will consider existing and future conditions, assess alternate designs, potential impacts, and mitigation. The addendum will only provide recommendations for the section of Bradley Avenue from White Oak Road to Jalna Boulevard (West Leg). The previously approved recommendations for Bradley Avenue from White Oak Road to Wharncliffe Road South will not be reconsidered.

  • Background

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    31 Jul 2020

    The Bradley Avenue Extension Environmental Study Report (ESR) was completed in 2005 and was considered finalized in 2007. The ESR recommended a preferred alignment of the Bradley Avenue extension between White Oak Road to Bostwick Road, but did not include the associated improvements to Bradley Avenue between White Oak Road and Jalna Boulevard (West leg). An EA Addendum is currently being completed to include this section of Bradley Avenue, between White Oak Road and Jalna Boulevard (West leg).

    Bradley Avenue currently extends from outside the City’s eastern boundary to White Oak Road, and Phase 1 of the extension was constructed from Wonderland Road South to Wharncliffe Road South in 2017.

    The next phase of the Bradley Avenue extension, from Wharncliffe Road South to Jalna Boulevard (West leg) was identified as a priority in the 2030 Smart Moves Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and as part of the reprioritization of Growth Management Implementation Strategy (GMIS) for transportation projects. The 2021 Development Charge Background Study Update recommends this segment of Bradley Avenue be constructed in 2023 to accommodate future growth demands and improve traffic operations in the area.