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Dundas Place is Ready for the Holidays!

And it has reopened! Not only can one drive down Richmond Street utilizing all four lanes, but now you can drive down Dundas Place from Ridout Street to Richmond Street in both directions. What's Changed? The pedestrian zone (sidewalk) is twice the size it was before: Traditional parking meters were replaced with the Honk App: A total of 14 new bike corrals were installed from Ridout to Richmond: New Pedestrian Crossover located mid-block at Fanshawe College: What's Next? Come January, there will be intermittent work throughout Dundas Street from Ridout to Wellington. The work will be isolated, not requiring any full closures, so you'll still be able to drive, walk and cycle through the area

Signs that the season's end is near

One week has made a huge difference on Dundas Place. All of the hard surface for Phase 1 is complete! We have also reopened sidewalks at the Richmond intersection. Sidewalks and Signs This week, the crew finished all of the concrete and brick laying work on the sidewalks, also known as the "pedestrian zone", and began street sign installation throughout the site. East of Richmond Dundas Street east of Richmond still looks like a normal street. Asphalt was placed as a temporary measure and will be replaced with bricks next year. This was always the plan in order to reduce the amount of disruption on Richmond Street in 2019. Volunteer in the New Year In the words of our Dundas Place Manager, "

Now Open: Richmond at Dundas

After a 7-week closure at Richmond and Dundas, Richmond Street has been reopened to north and southbound vehicle traffic. One lane in each direction. The contractor still has some concrete work to do on the edge of the roadway, but the intersection will remain open. We're almost done! All of the brick work on the roadway is done. You may have noticed the contractor painting lines for vehicle traffic. We're in the final stretch, so you'll see more and more of these final touches going in next week, as weather permits. What to Expect Next week, there will be a lot more construction activity going on throughout the site as our crews prepare for the reopening of Dundas, from Ridout to just east

Taking Cover & Cookies for the Community

With a wet week behind us, the crew had to be creative to continue work. What might have looked like a festival tent, was actually a structure being used by the crew to do brick work in the freezing rain! If you look down Dundas from Talbot, disregarding the construction fence, you could image what Dundas Place is capable of with such a sizable tent on the flex street for events! With the impending winter weather, crews will be working through almost any conditions to get everything finished. This week, while some worked under the tent, the remainder of the crew was finishing the underground work at the Richmond intersection (finally!). New traffic lights have also been installed. Next week

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