Transforming Dundas

from Street to Place.

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Adaptive and Responsive.

Dundas Place will offer a multitude of experiences along its length exuding innovation, vibrancy, creativity and entrepreneurialism. Inspired by London’s relationship with the Thames River, Dundas Place will uniquely integrate our City’s history with a simple and playful streetscape.

Dundas Place aims to be as flexible as possible for all users, with both fixed (built-in) and flexible (movable) elements as shown in the renderings.

It is the first transformational project in Our Move Forward: London's Downtown Plan.

Click to browse and enlarge seven Dundas Place flexible street design renderings above. 


Fixed to Flexible Framework.

diagram showing Dundas Place flexible street design and underground infrastructure

A flexible street is a space shared by pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. 


London's flexible street is curbless and incorporates mid-block crossovers, allowing pedestrians to navigate from side to side with ease. It has been designed to accommodate vehicles.

In addition to the above-ground transformation, Dundas Street will undergo storm sewer, sanitary sewer and utility (internet, hydro, water) renewal work. 

A diagram above shows the new curbless street design and underground infrastructure for Dundas Place.



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Dundas Place is the first transformational project in Our Move Forward, London's Downtown Plan and a 2019 core construction project.

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Richmond St. to Talbot St.

A rendering showing Dundas Place from Richmond Street to Talbot Street in front of Fanshawe College.