East London Link

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About this project

The East London Link is a multi-year project that will revitalize more than 6 km of road from Downtown to Fanshawe College. The project will add transportation and transit improvements above ground, while repairing and replacing aging sewers, watermains and other underground infrastructure.

In spring of 2022, the City of London will began constructing Phase 1 of the East London Link on King Street between Wellington Street and Lyle Street (read the latest construction update). Remaining phases of the East London Link will be built between 2023 and 2025.

This project has received funding commitments from the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario to support 10 transit and transit-supportive projects.

Map of East London Link


View a recording of the Pre-Construction Presentation and Q&A

As the City prepares to construct Phase 1 of the East London Link on King Street between Wellington Street and Lyle Street, we presented an overview of construction and what to expect in the months ahead.


View a recording of the November 2021 Public Information Centre:

Thanks to everyone who joined the Nov. 4, 2021 Public Information Session, where we presented near-final designs for Phase 1 of the East London Link on King Street from Wellington Street up to Lyle Street, which is planned for construction in 2022. This meeting was a chance to:

  • view the near-final designs for the East London Link, Phase 1 (King Street between Wellington and Ontario Streets)
  • view visualizations of the bus stations and streetscapes
  • learn more about the plans for construction

Stay connected

(External link)

If you wish to receive email updates from the City of London about the East London Link project, sign-up by clicking here.




About this project

The East London Link is a multi-year project that will revitalize more than 6 km of road from Downtown to Fanshawe College. The project will add transportation and transit improvements above ground, while repairing and replacing aging sewers, watermains and other underground infrastructure.

In spring of 2022, the City of London will began constructing Phase 1 of the East London Link on King Street between Wellington Street and Lyle Street (read the latest construction update). Remaining phases of the East London Link will be built between 2023 and 2025.

This project has received funding commitments from the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario to support 10 transit and transit-supportive projects.

Map of East London Link


View a recording of the Pre-Construction Presentation and Q&A

As the City prepares to construct Phase 1 of the East London Link on King Street between Wellington Street and Lyle Street, we presented an overview of construction and what to expect in the months ahead.


View a recording of the November 2021 Public Information Centre:

Thanks to everyone who joined the Nov. 4, 2021 Public Information Session, where we presented near-final designs for Phase 1 of the East London Link on King Street from Wellington Street up to Lyle Street, which is planned for construction in 2022. This meeting was a chance to:

  • view the near-final designs for the East London Link, Phase 1 (King Street between Wellington and Ontario Streets)
  • view visualizations of the bus stations and streetscapes
  • learn more about the plans for construction

Stay connected

(External link)

If you wish to receive email updates from the City of London about the East London Link project, sign-up by clicking here.




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    Is the presentation from Nov 4th available in a recorded format?

    MJS asked 9 months ago

    We will be posting the recording as soon as it's available from our Zoom account. It can take up to 24 hours to be ready, so we don't have it just yet. We'll send an email out to our subscriber list to let you know when it is ready. In the meantime, we're posting a PDF of the presentation to the website.  Thanks for your interest in the project!

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