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A new Estevan Truck Route will improve traffic flow, enhance safety and generate potential development opportunities in the Estevan area.

The selected route runs north of the city from the intersection of Highway 39 and Shand Road to Highway 39 west of the city. The 12 km route will initially be constructed as a two-lane road.

The plan for the truck route was developed to allow for twinning and interchanges at the west and east ends, and at the junction of Highway 47 as future traffic volumes require.

A functional planning study is now underway to determine the locations of those future interchanges.

The Government of Canada is contributing up to $17 million to the project under the Building Canada Fund for this project.

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Sept. 16, 2011 - The location of the new Estevan truck route has been finalized and was presented at a public open house September 14.



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