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Getting from A to B

Now that we've completed the majority of surface work from Ridout to Talbot, the contractor is moving east of Talbot to lay bricks in the pedestrian walkway area. In order to keep the work flowing, the businesses open, and the pedestrians moving, the contractor is doing their best to keep the site accessible with the severely limited space. You can still pass through, just keep your eyes peeled!

Getting from A to B Sidewalk conditions and access points may change significantly between the morning and the afternoon, which can cause some confusion. Crews will be updating signage and pedestrian navigation maps constantly but if you aren't sure, feel free to ask one of the construction workers - they are all super friendly and more than happy to help you get to your destination.

Equipment crossing

Dundas and Richmond is closed but, on the plus side, pedestrians and cyclists can get through. With that said, there is a lot of large construction equipment going in and out at Richmond, so keep your head up and refrain from using headphones or texting while passing through.

One block down, one more to go

Crews are putting some of the finishing touches on the block from Ridout to Talbot. This includes the wiring and installation of new streetlights and tidying up asphalt work at the intersection of Ridout and Dundas.

The city's most beautiful floor

Watch the video below to find out the secrets behind the design of Dundas Place, how our flex street will function, what makes this paving pattern equipped to hold up against weather and heavy loads for years to come.

Below is a summary of Dundas Place construction for the week of October 22 and next steps for the week ahead.

Work Completed:

  • New asphalt at Ridout intersection

  • Streetlight installation between Ridout/Talbot

  • Continued trench drain and concrete work between Talbot/Richmond

  • Watermain testing at Richmond intersection

  • Hydro work east of Richmond

Work Anticipated Next Week:

  • Streetlight installation between Ridout/Talbot

  • Brick laying east of Talbot

  • Concrete work between Talbot/Richmond

  • Silva Cell installation west of Richmond

  • Hydro work at Richmond and east of Richmond

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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. To learn more, visit: london.ca/coreconstruction

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