(AGENPARL) – ven 23 luglio 2021 [Manitoba Media Bulletin]
July 23, 2021
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT TO CLOSE INTERSECTIONS PERMANENTLY
ON NORTH PERIMETER
Manitoba Infrastructure officials advise construction will begin on the north perimeter starting Monday, July 26.
This project will involve intersection improvements including:
• construction of turning lanes, concrete pavement repairs and gravelling of existing service roads; and
• removing intersections and median openings.
Work will begin on the west perimeter working toward the east and the project is scheduled to be completed by October 2021. Traffic control will be in place, and will include temporary lane closures and reduced speed zones.
The project will permanently close the following intersections on the perimeter highway:
• Road 64 North,
• Inkster Boulevard,
• Prairie Dog Trail,
• Summit Road,
• Klimpke Road, and
• King Edward Street.
The annual road repair season is underway and motorists are reminded to slow down and drive safely when they see construction signs and flaggers at the roadside. Drivers are required to reduce speeds to specific limits in construction zones under the Highway Traffic Act.
For more information on the project, visit https://engagemb.ca/north-perimeter-safety-review/.