London’s Kiwanis Park Pathway connection project nears completion


London’s Kiwanis Park Pathway connection project nears completion
  1. London’s Kiwanis Park Pathway connection project nears completion
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    City politicians broke ground Wednesday as work on the final leg of the Kiwanis Park recreational pathway system south of Trafalgar Street is…
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City politicians came together Wednesday for a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the start of the last leg of construction on the Kiwanis Park Pathway system near the future Pottersburg Creek Bridge in east London.

The recreational pathway system south of Trafalgar Street and over the Canadian National Railway Lands will connect neighbourhoods surrounding Kiwanis Park to the Thames Valley Parkway and the Thames River.

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“This project when completed will allow people in east London, in particular, the Argyle area, to bike all the way from Argyle to the downtown, and all along the Thames River,” said city councillor Bill Armstrong.

“Besides the recreational component, this will be when completed a very safe corridor now for people to travel from east London to work in the downtown.”

The 1.3 kilometres being added will extend the recreational path for a total of 166 kilometres.

Chair of the Argyle community association Shawn Lewis told AM980 the community has been pushing this request for several years.

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