Waterloo and Piccadilly Traffic Study

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About the project

The City has been 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 morning and afternoon peak times.

The study’s purpose was 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

The draft traffic and parking study was posted on this webpage on April 9, 2021 and will be available for 30 calendar days for residents to review and provide comments on staff’s preliminary recommendations for the area. Once the public comment period has ended, staff will review all of the comments and concerns from residents to see if any updates to the study are necessary.

To submit input around the draft traffic and parking study, please use the open tool below. You can also submit any feedback by connecting with the project lead, Peter Kavcic directly by emailing pkavcic@london.ca

We recognize that not everyone will be able to access this information online. If you require any special accommodation or assistance, please contact the project manager and we will work together to best share the information with you.

About the project

The City has been 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 morning and afternoon peak times.

The study’s purpose was 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

The draft traffic and parking study was posted on this webpage on April 9, 2021 and will be available for 30 calendar days for residents to review and provide comments on staff’s preliminary recommendations for the area. Once the public comment period has ended, staff will review all of the comments and concerns from residents to see if any updates to the study are necessary.

To submit input around the draft traffic and parking study, please use the open tool below. You can also submit any feedback by connecting with the project lead, Peter Kavcic directly by emailing pkavcic@london.ca

We recognize that not everyone will be able to access this information online. If you require any special accommodation or assistance, please contact the project manager and we will work together to best share the information with you.

Questions or comments about the draft traffic and parking study

Please share any comments or questions about the draft traffic and parking study by entering them below. Include your email and the team will be able to connect with you to respond.

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