They have fun, learn and socialize. There is NO differing brain function based upon one race. The academic disparity probably has more to do with family support than what is being taught in school. Article Sidebar ShareShare this Story: BRT downtown loop work expected to start later this year Copy LinkEmailFacebookTwitterRedditPinterestLinkedInTumblrArticle contentThe first phase of construction for London’s rapid transit system is expected to start later this year, with city politicians to consider endorsing an $8.2 million contract to build the first part of the downtown loop.Construction, which includes ripping up and replacing assets like water and storm sewers, will take over King Street this year, the first of three years of construction for the bus rapid transit (BRT) loop in the core.”This is the start of seeing the vision implemented, of pulling for the most part buses out of mixed use traffic so that vehicles have a clear path, and increasing the reliability of service for those using public transit,” Coun. Elizabeth Peloza said.She chairs the civic works committee, which will debate awarding the contract to London based L82 Construction at next week’s meeting.”It’s going to be a very busy year for the downtown loop,” she said.The King Street construction planned for 2021 will be broken up into stages.Article content continuedOnce the loop is complete, buses will travel in curbside lanes exclusive to transit from Ridout to King to Wellington to Queens Avenue.Three rapid transit routes in London are expected to be built between 2021 and 2026, the result of council’s decision to drop the north and west corridors from the controversial BRT network.The east link, travelling from downtown to Fanshawe College, will be built after the downtown loop, with the final leg will be on Wellington Street/Road between downtown and White Oaks Mall.”It’s nice to see this coming to fruition. It’ll be the first shovels in the ground for rapid transit to start,” Coun.
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