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      Sunday, February 18, 2018


Work is underway on the West Regina Bypass; a new road that will connect Highways 1 and 11 and serve as the primary access to the Global Transportation Hub (GTH).

Construction is currently underway on a new four-lane section of the West Regina Bypass from Highway 1 to Dewdney Avenue.  Work includes building a new overpass at Highway 1 and a bridge over the CP tracks.  The overpass is expected to be open to traffic in late fall 2013 and completion of the new road is anticipated in late fall, 2014.

Construction is managed on behalf of the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure.  If you have questions, comments or concerns about the project, please contact:

Allan Duff, P.Eng.
200 - 2275 Albert Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2V5
Phone: 306-789-9900
Fax: 306-789-7422



The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is conducting a detailed functional planning study for the West Regina Bypass from Dewdney Avenue to Highway 11. 

The  study will provide a greater level of detail regarding items such as the roadway location, potential intersection and overpass configurations, and how traffic gets on and off the Bypass.  The study will also identify potential constraints like existing land use, environmental and wildlife habitat concerns, utilities that need to be moved and local geography.

Public Involvement

Input and feedback from the public and stakeholders is an important part of the planning process.  Members of the public will have the opportunity to participate through open houses planned for 2013.  More information on these open houses will be provided as they are scheduled.

For More Information

The Ministry has engaged consulting engineers to conduct the functional planning study.  If you have questions, comments or concerns please contact:

Harvey Linnen
HJ Linnen Associates
200-2061 Scarth St.
Regina, Sask.  S4P 2H8
Phone: 306-586-9611, ext. 1

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