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Highway 2 Twinning North of Prince Albert

The Ministry of Highways has retained Tetra Tech Canada to complete this study to look into options for safety and capacity improvements on Highway 2 north of Prince Albert to White Star Road.

The planning includes twinning/extending the existing four-lanes of Highway 2 north to White Star Road; as well as public access points to get on and off of the highway.

The proposed twinning is expected to relieve traffic pressures and accommodate future traffic along the corridor.

What we needed from you?

A virtual open house was held December 1-15, 2022, for an opportunity to learn more about a study to twin Highway 2 north of Prince Albert.

Two live sessions were also held in early December (December 6 and 8).

Who was asked take part this survey?

Anyone and everyone who uses this road.

Next Steps

  • Summarize stakeholder and public feedback
  • Incorporate feedback into study plans and report those back publicly
  • No current timeline for construction

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