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Next Steps

Our plan moving forward.

  • Finalize the South Saskatoon Freeway General Location Study (Summer 2017).
  • Release non-impacted study zones immediately, with the final study report to be prepared and approved by the end of summer.
  • Planning for the future Saskatoon Freeway will take many more years as part of the long-range planning process.
  • Once the planning is complete, additional time is required to determine a construction strategy, costs and timeline.
  • While construction will not take place for many years and possibly decades, this initial phase will allow the necessary land to be protected, enabling municipalities, businesses and individuals to make informed decisions about land use as they plan for the future.

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