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Released on August 10, 2017Travelling to White City will soon be safer for area residents – motorists and pedestrians. Within the next day, the new White City overpass will open to traffic less than two years after construction started.
Work is also underway to establish the Trans Canada Trail system from Gregory Avenue, across the overpass and along the North Service Road. The walkways leading to the overpass are currently being designed.
“The new overpass, and the White Butte Trans Canada Trail crossing, will enhance the quality of life for residents in the region by making travel to and from the city safer, while providing a unique crossing of the Trans-Canada Highway by the Trans Canada Trail to be enjoyed for generations to come,” White City Mayor Bruce Evans said.
“We hope the safety and traffic flow improvements this project will bring to our municipality, and the White Butte Region, will allow our communities to continue to grow and leave a legacy of connectivity and safety for generations to come,” RM of Edenwold Reeve Mitchell Huber said.
The first phase of the Regina Bypass construction between Balgonie and Highway 33 will be completed this fall, including overpasses at Balgonie, White City and Tower Road. The Pilot Butte overpass will be partially open to traffic in 2017 and fully operational in 2018. The remainder of the Regina Bypass will be completed in 2019.
The Regina Bypass is the largest transportation infrastructure project in the province’s history. When complete, the Regina Bypass will enhance safety and reduce traffic congestion in and around the City of Regina.
For the latest traffic restrictions related to the Regina Bypass project, please follow Regina Bypass Partners on Twitter @reginabypass and regularly check the Highway Hotline at www.hotline.gov.sk.ca. For additional information or questions, visit www.reginabypasspartners.ca or call 1-844-679-4828.
For more information, contact:
Highways and Infrastructure
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