Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure (MTI) invites Manitobans to provide their thoughts on a functional design study to twin a section of Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 3 to address increased traffic volume.

MTI is in the process of a functional design study for PTH 3, from Road 7E to the Winnipeg city limit. The plan will consider options for two main corridor alignments: the existing alignment connecting to McGillivray Boulevard and a realignment to connect to Bishop Grandin Boulevard (proposed Abinojii Mikanah).

An online survey is now inviting feedback from Manitobans regarding the proposed options for the PTH 3 functional design study which includes multiple roadway and intersection design options for the public to consider. The survey will be available until Feb. 27. The government will post a What We Heard report summarizing the feedback received on the EngageMB website after the survey closes.

Other public engagement opportunities are expected to take place in summer 2024 and will include a presentation of the preferred highway alignment and intersection designs.

The functional design study in its entirety will take approximately 18 months to complete and will be informed by both technical studies and feedback from the public.

To participate in the EngageMB survey, visit