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Starting Tomorrow, Downtown Construction Will Effect More Bus Routes

The construction continues downtown, as southbound curbside lanes on Richmond, will now be reduced on Richmond Street between Carling and King Streets. The northbound lanes are still open.

According to London Transit, effective April 18, and for approximately 2 weeks, Routes 3, 4, 6, 13, 15/21, 26, 90, 104 and 106 will not be able to serve the southbound stops in this area.

The following stops will be closed:

Stop 1461 – Richmond north of Carling – Routes 3, 13, 15/21

Stop 1462 – Richmond south of Carling – Route 26

Stop 1472 – Richmond north of Dundas – Routes 4, 6, 104, 106

Stop 1469 – Richmond south of Dundas – Routes 13, 90

Stop 1471 – Richmond between Dundas and King – Routes 3, 15

Alternate Stops are available at:

Stop 1442 – Queens and Clarence westbound – Routes 3 & 26

Stop 1474 – Richmond and Fullerton southbound – Routes 4, 6, 13, 15/21, 104, 106

Stop 1086 – King and Richmond eastbound – Route 13

stop 1980 – Wellington and York southbound – Routes 13 & 90

Stop 1491 – Richmond south of King southbound – Routes 3, 4, 6, 15, 26, 104

Dundas of course remains closed between Ridout and Wellington.

For all the latest information on bus detours, visit London Transit’s website.

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