LTC Report – Proposed Service Changes for Routes 9 / 31

The LTC Report regarding proposed changes to service has now been posted at http://www.londontransit.ca/staff-report-2-re-2019-service-plan-conventional-transit/

Here is an extract from the LTC report regarding proposed changes for Routes 9 and 31. The report presents two routing alternatives through the Whitehills neighbourhood.

Regarding service for Orchard Park, the report states, “With the goal of simplifying the system a main objective of the 2019 service plan it was determined that maintaining the current routing [for route 31] through the neighborhood until 6 pm was not a viable option as it would continue to add confusion to the route.”

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LTC, Sherwood Forest Park, Outdoor Movie Nights and Strategic Plan

LTC Meeting Agenda

The agenda for the London Transit Commission meeting next week, Jan 30th at 5 pm at 450 Highbury, regarding possible service changes in the fall will be available at: http://www.londontransit.ca/commission-information/

Meeting to Discuss Amenities for Sherwood Forest Park

The meeting on February 6th will be from 6:30 to 8 pm at Orchard Park Public School. Everyone from the neighbourhood is welcome to attend. If you cannot attend and want to provide input, see the contact information in this notice.

Applications for Neighborhood Outdoor Movie Nights Opening Soon!

The application for Neighbourhood Outdoor Movie Nights will be open between February 1st and March 29th. The online application will be available on February 1st at 9:00 a.m. at: www.neighbourgoodlondon.ca/programs/outdoor-movies

Help Shape the Strategic Plan for the City of London

Council has started the work to deliver their Strategic Plan 2019-2023. This will drive the next four year budget. The first step is to consider the Vision, Mission and Values. Please share your thoughts at https://getinvolved.london.ca/StratPlan

Update on school site development, reminder about LTC meeting and Nature in the City

Sherwoord School Site

The site plan for the development of 15 condo singles was approved at the City’s Planning and Environment Committee this week. The recommendation goes to the full City Council next week where it is expected to pass. The 8 houses (4 along Wychwood and 4 along Finsbury) were not part of the site plan but are shown in the attached. At the meeting it was clarified that there is no road widening required for this development.
Continue reading “Update on school site development, reminder about LTC meeting and Nature in the City”

Update on LTC Proposed Change and Date for Meeting on the Development

LTC

We have some additional information about the LTC proposal to modify bus service in the neighborhood, including materials from the open house held in November, and ridership data for the current Monday to Saturday until 6 pm service (#31). Continue reading “Update on LTC Proposed Change and Date for Meeting on the Development”

Open House for Proposed LTC Service Changes and Cinderella

Open House for Proposed LTC Service Changes

LTC is proposing service changes in our area including running buses along Lawson Road during evenings and weekends. LTC is seeking input on this change.

There will be an open house at the Sherwood Branch library on Tuesday, November 27th between 2 and 4 pm and between 6 and 8 pm. The change in our area would be to the #9 and #31 route. See http://www.londontransit.ca/news-service-updates/north-end-changes-route-9-14-25-31-32-34-and-40/

There is also an on line survey at https://londontransit.formstack.com/forms/2019_draft_service_plan_survey

You can also e-mail comments to ltcserviceplan@gmail.com

The London Transit Commission will be making a final decision on this and other route changes at an open public meeting sometime in January.

Cinderella at Banting

Banting S.S. Presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Production of Cinderella, Enchanted Edition.

This amazing musical for the entire family is taking place at Banting’s Auditorium, December 6th-8th.

Adult tickets are $15 each, student and seniors, $10. Children under 5 are free.
You can order tickets by calling 519-452-2800 or check out the Banting website at: http://banting.tvdsb.ca/en/index.aspx