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South Regina Bypass Planning Study (Hwy 33 to Hwy 1 West)

You are invited to attend a public open house for the South Regina Bypass Functional Planning Study.  The purpose of this project is to design the bypass alignment, develop an interchange design at Highway 6, review twinning considerations for Highway 6 between the bypass and Highway 1, and identify service road and access needs along the bypass. Through an informal come and go format, this open house will be an opportunity for the public to view the preferred alignment and provide input, ideas and suggestions.

Please join us:
DATE: Thursday November 28, 2013
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Whitmore Park United Church
336 Durham Drive, Regina

Representatives will be on hand from the study consultant – EBA, A Tetra Tech Company and the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure.

In addition, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure will also be in attendance to present preliminary information regarding an environmental review of the larger Regina Bypass Project including the corridor from Highway 1 West at the West Regina Bypass, to Highway 1 East near Tower Road, to the Town of Balgonie.

For more information please contact:
Paul Steel, EBA
Email: psteel@eba.ca
Phone: 1.877.777.4166

Highway 26 Upgrading Through Goodsoil

You are invited to attend a public open house on the future upgrading of Highway 26 from north of Peerless to north of Goodsoil.

The open house will be an opportunity for the public to ask questions and receive information on the proposed highway realignment.

Please join us:
DATE: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Lions Room at the Goodsoil Community Hall

Representatives will be on hand from consultant AECOM and the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure.

For more information, please contact:
Alison Lara, Ministry of Highways
Email: alison.lara@gov.sk.ca
Phone: (306) 953-3536

Related Links

A functional study is underway for the future overpass at Highway 1 and the Pilot Butte Access Road.

The Ministry is conducting a study to determine the service road network from Tower Road to Balgonie.

Transportation planning studies evaluate the safety and efficiency of current highway infrastructure, and will usually identify current and future traffic needs.



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