London’s Renew Construction program propels city’s infrastructure development forward

Ontario Construction News staff writer

The City of London is on track to inject $270 million into infrastructure projects throughout the city as part of its renowned London’s Renew Construction program. With 2024 spending marking yet another milestone in the city’s construction sector, these projects aim to bolster London’s sustainability efforts and fortify infrastructure for future generations.

roundabout london on“We are very excited to deliver these projects in 2024 that will bring long-term infrastructure improvements to support our rapidly growing city, and London’s vision towards a more sustainable and emissions-free community,” said Jennie Dann, director of construction and infrastructure services.

Projects slated for this year include pivotal transportation initiatives, core sewer separation efforts, multiple phases of rapid transit expansions, enhancements to over 35 intersections, establishment of new bike lanes and sidewalks, and modernization of aging underground infrastructure.

Also, 2024 will see the completion of key projects including the Adelaide Street North Underpass and Victoria Bridge, anticipated to be fully operational by fall.

Every year, London identifies its top ten construction projects based on their substantial benefits, impacts, and scope of work.

This year’s work include construction of all three rapid transit projects, intersection improvements, bridges and underpasses and essential underground infrastructure upgrades, as well as cycling and active transportation improvements.

Adelaide street upgrades
Adelaide street upgrades

Click the links for details about the top 10.

For more information on the 2024 infrastructure projects and to view an interactive story map showcasing this year’s top 10 initiatives, visit


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