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When fully developed, the Saskatoon Freeway will provide a high-speed, bypass route around Saskatoon for provincial commuter and commuter traffic. The general location is one of the first steps in setting a future route.
The recommended alignments will have the ability to provide a continuous uninterrupted route.
This study utilized a method to rank the different route options in a series of weighted evaluation criteria in three areas: environmental, social, and economic.
Planning for the future Saskatoon Freeway will take many more years as part of the long-range planning process. Setting the general location is one of the first steps in helping us plan for the future.
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