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Start by dialling +1 204 272 7920
You will be asked to enter the Meeting ID.
Enter the Meeting ID: 954 5794 4904, followed by the # button.
You will then be asked to enter a participant ID. Ignore this and simply enter the # button again.
This meeting will be followed by a two-week question period from January 22 to February 5, 2021 for residents and commuters to ask any questions regarding how construction will impact them. The meeting will be recorded and posted to this page following the live event.
About the project
The City is planning to reconstruct the Hyde Park and Sunningdale Road intersection in Spring 2021 by installing a two-lane roundabout which will improve comfort and safety for all road users, help accommodate existing and future travel demand and will be more aesthetically-pleasing due to landscaping in the central island.
As part of this project, the City of London will also install active transportation elements which include:
Sidewalks and street lighting along all four corners of the intersection to improve safety and accessibility for pedestrians
In-boulevard bike lanes to better accommodate cyclists of all ages and abilities
This project will also upgrade underground infrastructure such as installing storm sewers which will help accommodate future growth.
When completed, this roundabout will be a safe and vital link in the City's transportation network.
We recognize that not everyone will be able to access this information online. If you require any special accommodation to access the project information or online material, please contact the City project contact listed below, and we will work together to best share the information with you.