Waterloo and Piccadilly Traffic Study

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The Waterloo and Piccadilly Traffic Public Engagement Period has concluded. Please contact Peter Kavcic at pkavcic@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 4581 if you have any questions about this project.

About the project

The City is studying traffic operations and safety in the area of Waterloo and Piccadilly Streets. Residents have expressed concerns about the speed of traffic, parking, and traffic congestion in this area during AM and PM peak times.

The study’s purpose is to collect and review traffic and parking data, assess traffic operations and safety, and develop mitigation measures as needed, potentially changing parking, signage, and traffic control.


Above: A map of the Waterloo Street and Piccadilly Street Traffic Study area


Completed Public Engagement Period


The Public Engagement period has now finished. Thank you to all those who submitted feedback. Your input will now be reviewed and may be incorporated into the study, resulting in changes to study recommendations.

If you have any questions, you can email the project manager Peter Kavcic at pkavcic@london.ca.


About the project

The City is studying traffic operations and safety in the area of Waterloo and Piccadilly Streets. Residents have expressed concerns about the speed of traffic, parking, and traffic congestion in this area during AM and PM peak times.

The study’s purpose is to collect and review traffic and parking data, assess traffic operations and safety, and develop mitigation measures as needed, potentially changing parking, signage, and traffic control.


Above: A map of the Waterloo Street and Piccadilly Street Traffic Study area


Completed Public Engagement Period


The Public Engagement period has now finished. Thank you to all those who submitted feedback. Your input will now be reviewed and may be incorporated into the study, resulting in changes to study recommendations.

If you have any questions, you can email the project manager Peter Kavcic at pkavcic@london.ca.