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          Monday, June 26, 2017
The Regina Bypass includes about 40 km of new, four-lane highway, twinning of about 5 km of Highway 6, several overpasses and service roads. In planning for new infrastructure, the Ministry strives to minimize impacts on landowners and existing land uses. However, with a project of this nature there is no route that does not have adverse impacts.

Direct access to Highway 1 and the Bypass needs to be limited to avoid the congestion issues we see on Victoria Avenue and for safety reasons. There’s been an extensive consultation process including:
  • A number of public open houses
  • Consultations with municipal governments and First Nations
  • Consultations with businesses, utility companies and other stakeholders.
  • Face-to-face meetings with directly impacted landowners.

The various options are evaluated on a number of factors, but the greatest consideration is given to the roadway functionality, safety, access to adjacent development and impact on landowners.

The Regina Bypass project will require the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure (MHI) to purchase some land from property owners.

LAND AGREEMENT INFORMATION BROCHURES


To speak to a land agent, please contact:
(306) 787-4879



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