ION light rail construction is now substantially complete near GRH's KW Campus. King Street West has also re-opened from Victoria to Wellington, providing renewed access to and from the hospital.
Upcoming activity will involve minor completion works, as well as the testing of trains and commission of the line.
We will continue to post updates as they are available.
You can also find updates and traffic alerts at:
ION construction along King Street West: May 8th to 27thMay 5, 2017
For the weeks of May 8th, 15th and 22nd, GrandLinq will conduct quality assurance work on the ION light rail line on King Street West between Wellington and Union.
ION light rail update: Thursday August 11thAugust 11, 2016
Work continues on the ION light rail line near GRH. Here are two upcoming projects that may affect your trip to GRH.
ION light rail construction updates for AugustAugust 5, 2016
GRH has several updates on ION light rail construction near the KW Campus.
Photos: ION construction at GRHJune 16, 2016
Take a look at progress being made through more than a year of ION light rail construction near GRH's KW Campus
ION light rail update: emergency entrance open during construction; main entrance re-openedJune 13, 2016
Crews are now working at the King and Pine intersection, which is the emergency department access to GRH's KW Campus. The emergency entrance and intersection will be open at all times during construction. Crews plan to work on half of the intersection at a time. This will allow traffic to continue flowing at this key access point to the hospital.
Mini trenches and steel plates support traffic access to hospitalJune 3, 2016
GrandLinq is using four mini trenches to maintain access to the busiest hospital in the region at a key intersection through ION light rail construction.
ION Construction underway near GRH KW CampusApril 1, 2015
Grand River Hospital's KW Campus will be a stop on the Region of Waterloo's new ION light rail transit line. Construction is taking place in front of the hospital to build new utility lines and then the rapid transit line itself.