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Regina Bypass Construction Cameras Launched Today

Released on June 15, 2016

Cameras have been installed at three locations along the Regina Bypass.  You can now watch the progress of construction without leaving home.

Initially, views will be available online from three locations on Highway 1 east of Regina.  Ultimately, a series of cameras will show construction progress throughout the route.

Once the Bypass is complete, a series of cameras will be installed that monitor road and traffic conditions.
“The overpasses along Highway 1 east of Regina are the long-term solution to improving traffic safety,” Highways and Infrastructure Minister Nancy Heppner said.  “Now, you can watch the overpasses being built in real time.”

The first three construction cameras are available online at

They will show work at the following locations:
  • Highways 1 and 46 at Balgonie;
  • Highways 1 and 48 at White City; and
  • Tower Road near Regina city limits.


The Regina Bypass is the largest infrastructure project in the province’s history.  Once fully open to motorists, the Bypass will improve traffic safety, reduce vehicle congestion in and around Regina, and support Saskatchewan’s export-based economy.

The Bypass includes:
  • 12 overpasses;
  • 40 kilometres of new four-lane highway;
  • 20 kilometres of resurfaced four-lane highway;
  • 55 kilometres of new service roads; and
  • Twinning of about five kilometres of Highway 6.
The full Regina Bypass will be open to traffic in late 2019.  To view an updated 3D flyover video of the Regina Bypass and other details about the project, visit


For more information, contact:

Paul Spasoff
Highways and Infrastructure
Phone: 306-787-4804

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