Saskatoon and Brydges/Wavell Bike Lanes

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About this project

The City is making improvements to traffic and cycling infrastructure on Brydges Street, Wavell Street, and Saskatoon Street.

This project will include bike lanes, upgrades to traffic signals and improved intersection design.


Recorded Public Information Centre

On Thursday, April 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the City hosted a Public Information Center (PIC) for residents, business owners and interested parties to learn more about the Saskatoon and Brydges/Wavell Bike Lanes project.

Thanks to everyone who attended the Saskatoon and Brydges/Wavell Bike Lanes PIC. If you were unable to attend the meeting or if you just want to watch it again, please click here



Proposed work details

  • Construction of bike lanes integrated with transit stops and improved intersections
  • Identification of utility conflicts and coordination of relocations
  • Removal of most on-street parking

The City will be making improvements on Brydges Street and Wavell Street between Highbury Avenue North and Clarke Road. Work will also take place on Saskatoon Street between Wavell Street and Dundas Street. For more information, please contact Trevor Hitchon at thitchon@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 5925


Above: The above map shows the project limits. The City will be making improvements on Brydges Street and Wavell Street between Highbury Avenue North and Clarke Road. Work will also take place on Saskatoon Street between Wavell Street and Dundas Street.


Ongoing Question Period

A question period for residents and commuters to ask any inquires regarding how construction will impact them is currently ongoing and will end on Friday, April 30, 2021.

To make the project team aware of any questions or comments, please use the below tool or you can also connect with the City project manager directly by emailing the contact listed below.

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.

Trevor Hitchon, CET

Technologist II

thitchon@london.ca

519-661-2489 x 5925

Two cyclists on a street

About this project

The City is making improvements to traffic and cycling infrastructure on Brydges Street, Wavell Street, and Saskatoon Street.

This project will include bike lanes, upgrades to traffic signals and improved intersection design.


Recorded Public Information Centre

On Thursday, April 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the City hosted a Public Information Center (PIC) for residents, business owners and interested parties to learn more about the Saskatoon and Brydges/Wavell Bike Lanes project.

Thanks to everyone who attended the Saskatoon and Brydges/Wavell Bike Lanes PIC. If you were unable to attend the meeting or if you just want to watch it again, please click here



Proposed work details

  • Construction of bike lanes integrated with transit stops and improved intersections
  • Identification of utility conflicts and coordination of relocations
  • Removal of most on-street parking

The City will be making improvements on Brydges Street and Wavell Street between Highbury Avenue North and Clarke Road. Work will also take place on Saskatoon Street between Wavell Street and Dundas Street. For more information, please contact Trevor Hitchon at thitchon@london.ca or by calling 519-661-2489 x 5925


Above: The above map shows the project limits. The City will be making improvements on Brydges Street and Wavell Street between Highbury Avenue North and Clarke Road. Work will also take place on Saskatoon Street between Wavell Street and Dundas Street.


Ongoing Question Period

A question period for residents and commuters to ask any inquires regarding how construction will impact them is currently ongoing and will end on Friday, April 30, 2021.

To make the project team aware of any questions or comments, please use the below tool or you can also connect with the City project manager directly by emailing the contact listed below.

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.

Trevor Hitchon, CET

Technologist II

thitchon@london.ca

519-661-2489 x 5925

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