Mobility Master Plan

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About this project

Community consultation is underway for the Mobility Master Plan - a plan that will determine how London prioritizes transportation and mobility infrastructure, programs and policies for the next 25 years. We want to learn about what it's like for you to move around the City - what are your choices, your challenges, your priorities and what would make your trips better.

There are a few ways you can begin to engage with the plan:

  1. Comment on what the plan's mode share goals should be
  2. Share your comments with us about how future projects should be evaluated
  3. Complete a feedback form telling us more about your priorities


Contact us

Email mmp@london.ca to share comments, ask questions, or request a pop up event at your community's or organization's meeting where the project team can share information and collect feedback.



About this project

Community consultation is underway for the Mobility Master Plan - a plan that will determine how London prioritizes transportation and mobility infrastructure, programs and policies for the next 25 years. We want to learn about what it's like for you to move around the City - what are your choices, your challenges, your priorities and what would make your trips better.

There are a few ways you can begin to engage with the plan:

  1. Comment on what the plan's mode share goals should be
  2. Share your comments with us about how future projects should be evaluated
  3. Complete a feedback form telling us more about your priorities


Contact us

Email mmp@london.ca to share comments, ask questions, or request a pop up event at your community's or organization's meeting where the project team can share information and collect feedback.


  • An update about developing the plan’s mode share target

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    In July 2023, three mode share target options for the year 2050 were developed by the City for the consideration of Council. The options identified mode share targets of 25%, 30% and 35% combining walking, cycling and transit trips. On July 26, 2023, Council provided direction to remove Option 1 (25% walk, cycle, transit) from consideration.

    The City then proceeded to engage Londoners about the two mode share target options and collect feedback.

    On Tuesday, October 24, 2023, City of London staff brought an update about the Mobility Master Plan to the Civic Works Committee.

    This report recommended Option 3 (35% walking, cycling, and transit) as the 2050 mode share target of the Mobility Master Plan, and provided an overview of the feedback we’ve received from the community.

    The Civic Works Committee referred the mode share target to a future meeting of the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee to be aligned with a discussion related to the City's land use study and intensification. Comments from Londoners will continue to be collected.

    Londoners can view the report from October 24, or watch the Civic Works Committee Meeting online.

    Feedback continues to be collected. Please learn more about mode share and complete a feedback form here.

  • Update to Civic Works Committee - Strategies, mode share target options and project evaluation frameworks

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    On Tuesday, July 18, 2023, City of London staff are bringing an update about the Mobility Master Plan to Civic Works Committee.

    The purpose of this update is to provide Municipal Council with information currently under consideration for the development of the Mobility Master Plan. The intent is to solicit initial Council feedback, consult externally, and return to the Civic Works Committee with recommendations at a future date.

    Three main items discussed in this new report are strategies in development, mode share target options, draft project evaluation frameworks.

    Londoners are encouraged to view the report or watch the Civic Works Committee Meeting online.

    Please continue to visit the project's webpage for new and future engagement opportunities this summer and fall.


  • Read the Phase 1 engagement summary

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    A summary of the Mobility Master Plan's first phase of engagement is now available to review on the project's webpage.

    Public engagement during the first phase began in April 2022 and focused on building awareness of the study and inviting people to share their experiences with mobility in London.

    This report summarizes Phase 1 engagement and the feedback collected between April 13, 2022 and October 23, 2022. Phase 1 engagement continued into 2023 and is also being considered as part of this study.

    Thank you to everyone who has participated so far. Public consultation and engagement will continue throughout the plan’s development.

    Read the Phase 1 engagement summary here.

  • Mobility Master Plan update to Civic Works Committee

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    On Tuesday, November 29, 2022 City of London staff are bringing an update about the Mobility Master Plan to Civic Works Committee.

    Over the past year, Londoners have shared feedback about a wide variety of issues that influence how they move around the city and reach their destinations. The update to Civic Works Committee highlights the community engagement completed to date, an overview of key themes heard from the community, how the feedback confirms the draft Vision and Guiding Principles, and a summary of next steps for the Mobility Master Plan’s development.

    Londoners are encouraged to view the report or watch the Civic Works Committee Meeting online.

  • Council approves report initiating Mobility Master Plan Development

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    On Tuesday, November 2, 2021 City of London staff will bring information about the Mobility Master Plan to Civic Works Committee. Londoners are encouraged to view the report or watch the Civic Works Committee Meeting to learn about how the Master Mobility Plan can contribute to creating a better quality of life for all.

    Update: On Tuesday, November 16, London City Council approved initiation of the Mobility Master Plan.

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