Waterloo and Piccadilly Traffic Study

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About the project

The City is studying traffic operations and safety in the area of Waterloo and Piccadilly Streets, and is seeking public feedback. 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


Upcoming Public Engagement Period


Starting on Wednesday December 2 and ending January 7, 2021, the City will be hosting an online public engagement period for Londoners where materials and information on the study will be made available on this page.

We want your input

As the City finalizes this traffic study, we want your input.

An online questionnaire for the public to provide feedback on the study’s findings and recommendations will be posted to this website soon.

Please leave any comments below or alternatively you can email the project manager Peter Kavcic at pkavcic@london.ca.

Feedback will be reviewed and may be incorporated into the study, resulting in changes to study recommendations.

About the project

The City is studying traffic operations and safety in the area of Waterloo and Piccadilly Streets, and is seeking public feedback. 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


Upcoming Public Engagement Period


Starting on Wednesday December 2 and ending January 7, 2021, the City will be hosting an online public engagement period for Londoners where materials and information on the study will be made available on this page.

We want your input

As the City finalizes this traffic study, we want your input.

An online questionnaire for the public to provide feedback on the study’s findings and recommendations will be posted to this website soon.

Please leave any comments below or alternatively you can email the project manager Peter Kavcic at pkavcic@london.ca.

Feedback will be reviewed and may be incorporated into the study, resulting in changes to study recommendations.

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