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Highway 6 and 39 Corridor Improvements

The Highway 6 and 39 Corridor Improvements Project is proposed to include various safety and capacity improvements on the corridor between Regina and the North Portal US border crossing southeast of Estevan.

The project includes:

  • 12 sets of passing lanes
  • Twinning short portions of the highway south of Regina and north of Milestone.
  • Repairing over 70 kilometres of pavement.
  • Improving intersections, highway entrances and exits.

The project is expected to have major benefits, such as:

  • Creating good quality jobs during construction.
  • Helping the flow of highway traffic by reducing travel time.
  • Improving the movement of goods to market.
  • Supporting growth in mining, agriculture, and oil and gas production.

This project includes various intersection improvements, shoulder widening, 35 km of resurfacing, and the addition of 5 sets of passing lanes.

The federal government has committed to funding half of the project, up to $53 million, through the National Trade Corridors Fund.

The contract was awarded to Coco Group o/a Langenburg Redi-Mix in September 2019. The Design Builder will undertake environmental surveys, topographical surveys, hydraulic surveys, utility coordination, and detailed design work prior to construction, which is expected to begin in 2020 and be completed in 2021.

Public Engagement
In early June 2019, our team began reaching out to key stakeholders in the area, ensuring that communication with those impacted occurs early in the project and clear lines of communication are formed. A Public Information Session was held October 29th. The session focused on the section of Highway 39 between Weyburn and Milestone. View the boards.

For more information, contact: feedback@snclavalin.com

Highway 6 and 39 South (North Portal to Weyburn)
Planning – Complete
Design – Throughout 2019 and early 2020
Landowner Discussions – To occur between June 2019 and June 2020 as details are known.
Contractor Procurement – Ongoing – expected to be complete by October 2019
Construction – anticipated to begin during the 2020 construction season and be complete by Fall of 2021

Highway 6 and 39 North (Weyburn to Regina)
Planning – Throughout 2019
Survey – July 2019 to October 2019
Design – Throughout 2019 and 2020
Landowner Discussions – between July 2019 and Fall of 2020
Construction – no timeline established yet

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