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traditional parking meters. Instead, motorists can use the Honk Mobile App, which means no more waiting at pay stations or scrounging for change. Simply pull into a Honk zone, select the amount of time, and with a tap of a button your session is paid, and a receipt is emailed within seconds.
While phase two (which stretches from Richmond to Wellington) is currently under construction, all
Dundas businesses remain open.
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DUNDAS PLACE
COMMUNITY
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DESIGN
With phase one already complete, Dundas Place keeps on growing. The enterprise has been hailed as a rejuvenation of the heart of London, and the exciting new venture is set to play host to a number of exciting events this season.
Inspired by London’s
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PROJECT EXUDING VIBRANCY,
creativity and entrepreneurialism, Dundas Place is all about innovation — making it
the most exciting street around.
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had the chance to experience the city’s exciting new initiative. The initial idea was to create a space that can be closed to vehicular traffic and activated with events to draw visitors into the city,
ready to explore the community.
It’s called a flexible street —
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ACTIVATION
Once completed, the project will offer a premiere venue option stretching the length of Dundas Street from Ridout to Wellington. So far,
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MAY 4: Free Comic Book Day JUNE 1: Pizza and Wine Project
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MAY 28JUNE 8: Fringe Festival (various venues)
AUGUST 2425: Taco Fest
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discussion about transforming Dundas Street, from Ridout Street to Wellington Street, into the most unique destination in the Forest City.
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