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      Sunday, February 18, 2018

The Ministry of Highways, in conjunction with the City of Martensville, Town of Warman, and Rural Municipality of Corman Park, have hired a consultant to complete the Highway 11 & 12 Long Term Transportation Plan. The study limits include the corridors of Highway No. 11 and No. 12 from the intersection with the future Perimeter Highway to the intersection of Highway 305. The objectives of the study are to address existing safety concerns and develop a long term strategy for responding to the increasing growth and development in the area.

The study is being completed in two phases. Phase I included the completion of an In-Service Safety Review in Winter 2011 to evaluate the existing conditions of the Highway corridors and the development of improvement alternatives to address existing concerns. 

The first public open house was held on April 27, 2011 in Martensville to increase awareness of the study, obtain feedback from stakeholders, and present the existing conditions, including traffic count data, collision history, and current geometrics. As part of an extensive public consultation plan, a second public open house was held on April 18, 2012 in Warman to present the findings of a consultant’s report, including the alternatives for potential improvements that have been developed. The third and final open house was held on December 13 to share the final recommendations of the study with the public.

Further information regarding the open houses and the study scope can be found below.


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