Western Road and Sarnia Road / Philip Aziz Avenue

The City of London is studying the best road and intersection improvements for the Western Road and Sarnia Road / Philip Aziz Avenue intersection. The intent of the study is to identify improvements in the study area that will accommodate the increased traffic, address pedestrian/cyclist/vehicular safety and improve road width constraints along Philip Aziz Avenue.

A virtual Public Information Centre (PIC) is scheduled for Wednesday December 1, 2021 at 6 pm. The PIC will be presented using the Zoom Webinar Platform. You must register for the PIC on the City of London Website at: https://london.ca/westernsarnia where you will see some additional information about the project. PIC No. 1 will present the updated problem/opportunity statement, a review of the study progress, the evaluation of the alternative planning solutions including the preliminary recommended planning solution and project timeline.

The City of London is studying the best road and intersection improvements for the Western Road and Sarnia Road / Philip Aziz Avenue intersection. The intent of the study is to identify improvements in the study area that will accommodate the increased traffic, address pedestrian/cyclist/vehicular safety and improve road width constraints along Philip Aziz Avenue.

To submit a comment, request information or to be added to the study mailing list you can contact:

Karl Grabowski, P.Eng

Program Manager

City of London

300 Dufferin Avenue

London ON, N6A 4L9

Tel:519-661-2489 x5071

Email: kgrabows@london.ca

John Pucchio, P.Eng

Project Manager

AECOM Canada Ltd.

250 York Street, Suite 410

London ON, N6A 6K2

Tel: 519-963-5880

Email: John.Pucchio@aecom.com

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