Sunday, November 29, 2020

Tag: highways

Saskatchewan releases $300 million in new highway projects

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The new highway projects released by the provincial government will help boost the Saskatchewan economy while improving safety and capacity. These projects are part...

Ontario invests $30 million in Connecting Links program

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The Government of Ontario is providing $30 million to support 24 municipalities across the province to help them build, repair, or replace municipal roads,...

Manitoba announces increase to infrastructure spending

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The Government of Manitoba is increasing infrastructure investments by an additional $500 million as part of an economic stimulus package to help restart the...

Manitoba releases its infrastructure priorities for 2020-21

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Manitoba Minister of Infrastructure Ron Schuler now has a clear picture of what he is expected to accomplish in the year ahead following the...

Alberta outlines transportation investment priorities

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The Government of Alberta has outlined the transportation investments it committed in Budget 2019. This investment includes $2.9 billion for new road and bridge projects...

Nearly $260 million in Saskatchewan fall tender plan

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The Government of Saskatchewan will tender $259.8 million of highway construction work as part of the fall tender plan. “Construction crews have completed dozens of...

Ontario launches speed limit pilots on provincial highways

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The Ontario government is launching three speed limit pilots on select highways to explore new ways to improve traffic flow on provincial highways. Transportation Minister...

Canada and Saskatchewan announce $75.4 million for highway systems

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Ralph Goodale, Canada’s minister of public safety and emergency preparedness, and Greg Ottenbreit, Saskatchewan’s minister of highways and infrastructure, announced more than $75.4 million...

New Brunswick announces $321.1-million budget for transportation, infrastructure

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The Government of New Brunswick announced that $321.1 million will be set aside in the 2019-20 capital budget for the Department of Transportation and...

Saskatchewan names new Infrastructure Minister

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Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has announced changes to his cabinet including a new Minister of Highways and Infrastructure and a representative responsible for SaskBuilds....
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