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The Ministry of Highways is studying Highways 1 and 56 in Indian Head. The purpose is to determine the configuration of a future interchange and alignment.
The Ministry of Highways is studying Highways 1 and 56 in Indian Head.
The purpose is to determine the configuration of a future interchange at Highways 1 and 56 and the alignment of Highway 56.
This study will identify land to be protected for future highway improvements. This creates development opportunities for land near the highway that is not being preserved.
In March 2023, the preferred option was presented with an opportunity for feedback. The survey has now closed.
In June 2022, four interchange options were presented and a survey was used to collect feedback.
The options were very closely rated with the first and fourth place options separated by less than one point.
The public indicated safety was the most important consideration. This was followed by cost and benefit to area residents.
The public’s feedback was incorporated into the evaluation.
Based on the evaluation, the Diamond Interchange West of Existing Location is recommended for the Highway 1 and Highway 56 intersection.
Some key elements that set this option apart from the others include:
The recommended design is shown below:
Thank you for your participation. The survey is now closed.
For more information, please contact:
Stephanie Gerger, Senior Project Manager, Ministry of Highways
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