Brydges Street, Muir Street, Swinyard Street Reconstruction

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This public engagement opportunity has concluded. If you have any questions around construction, please contact James Ramsay at jramsay@london.ca or by calling 226-448-1050

For more information around construction, please visit london.ca/brydges

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About this project

The City will be reconstructing Brydges Street from Egerton Street to Highbury Avenue North, all of Muir Street, and all of Swinyard Street to replace and improve the quality and reliability of water, sewer and road infrastructure.

Proposed Work Details:

  • Watermain replacement including water services
  • Sanitary sewer replacement
  • New storm sewer installation
  • Partial replacement of existing private drain connections
  • New on-road bike lanes on Brydges Street
  • Elimination of on-street parking on Brydges Street
  • Sidewalk replacement
  • Concrete curb replacement
  • New asphalt road surface

Construction is expected to last two years. Phase One will start in spring 2021 and last until approximately fall 2021. Phase Two will start in spring 2022 and last until approximately fall 2022.

This map shows the project limits during phase one and two of construction. In phase one, crews will be reconstructing Brydges Street, from Egerton Street to Childers Street as well as Swinyard and Muir Streets in their entirety. In phase two, crews will be reconstructing Brydges Street from Childers Street to Highbury Avenue North. For more information, please contact Doug Law at dlaw@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 5896


Above: The above map shows the project limits during Phases One and Two of construction. In Phase One, The City of London will be reconstructing Brydges Street, from Egerton Street to Childers Street as well as Swinyard and Muir Streets in their entirety. In Phase Two, The City will be reconstructing Brydges Street from Childers Street to Highbury Avenue North.

Graphic of construction worker walking down residential street

About this project

The City will be reconstructing Brydges Street from Egerton Street to Highbury Avenue North, all of Muir Street, and all of Swinyard Street to replace and improve the quality and reliability of water, sewer and road infrastructure.

Proposed Work Details:

  • Watermain replacement including water services
  • Sanitary sewer replacement
  • New storm sewer installation
  • Partial replacement of existing private drain connections
  • New on-road bike lanes on Brydges Street
  • Elimination of on-street parking on Brydges Street
  • Sidewalk replacement
  • Concrete curb replacement
  • New asphalt road surface

Construction is expected to last two years. Phase One will start in spring 2021 and last until approximately fall 2021. Phase Two will start in spring 2022 and last until approximately fall 2022.

This map shows the project limits during phase one and two of construction. In phase one, crews will be reconstructing Brydges Street, from Egerton Street to Childers Street as well as Swinyard and Muir Streets in their entirety. In phase two, crews will be reconstructing Brydges Street from Childers Street to Highbury Avenue North. For more information, please contact Doug Law at dlaw@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 5896


Above: The above map shows the project limits during Phases One and Two of construction. In Phase One, The City of London will be reconstructing Brydges Street, from Egerton Street to Childers Street as well as Swinyard and Muir Streets in their entirety. In Phase Two, The City will be reconstructing Brydges Street from Childers Street to Highbury Avenue North.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.