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Highway 4 Proposed Twinning Study (North Battleford)

The Government of Saskatchewan wanted to hear from you on proposed safety and capacity improvements on Highway 4, north of North Battleford. As a first step in the planning process, the Ministry of Highways commissioned Stantec Consulting Ltd. to help conduct a General Location Study looking at proposed twinning for 5.4 km north of the city.

The study will identify possible challenges along the highway that would impact future planning and design, including the location and extent of new twinned lanes. The study looks into existing and future projected traffic along the highway, construction length, potential impacts (including safety, land, economic, environment, and heritage) and construction costs.

This study will also look at how to work around existing development by the highway between 30th Avenue and Forest Hall Road and may include exploring a more urban cross section similar to what currently exists south of 30th Avenue.

Your input will be used to consider opportunities and challenges for future planning and design. Information you provide will only be used to inform this study and future planning for this project.

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