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Proposed Highway 39 Twinning and Highway 39 & 13 Intersection Improvements

The Ministry of Highways continues to work on safety and capacity improvements to Highway 39. Some improvements, such as passing lanes and highway widening are under construction.

Further improvements, including sections of highway twinning and improvements to the Highway 13 and 39 intersection were in the planning phase and we wanted to hear from you!

What did we need from you?

The public was asked to review the proposed information for the improvements between March 15 and 28, 2021.

Once the information was reviewed, the public was asked to fill out a survey.

Who was asked to take this survey?

Anyone and everyone who uses this road was encouraged to participate. Whether you lived in the area, travelled on this highway regularly or just occasionally passed through – we wanted to hear from you!

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