The City of Steinbach has announced that Park Road West will remain closed to east and westbound traffic between the EG Penner Building Centre entrance and Industrial Road until summer of 2023. Initially, the road was going to re-open December 1st, however additional time through the winter and spring is needed to complete the project.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure recently announced its advertising schedule for the 2022-23 construction season at the Manitoba Heavy Construction Association’s awards breakfast and annual general meeting.
The Manitoba government is continuing to improve the functionality and reliability of provincial highways, with more than $60 million being invested to upgrade Provincial Road (PR) 201 from PR 200 to PR 302.
The City of Steinbach is advising the public that Loewen Boulevard from Walnut Street to Old Tom Road and Hespeler Street from Lyndhurst Gate to Loewen Boulevard will be closed on Saturday, October 15, 2022.
The Manitoba government has announced that it is investing $26.9 million for a reconstruction project on a segment of Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 12.
The Manitoba government is inviting the public to provide feedback on functional design options for proposed upgrades along Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 8, from Provincial Road (PR) 220 to PR 230.
Construction on the replacement bridge on Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 59 over the Red River Floodway will be completed ahead of schedule and under budget.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure reports construction will close a portion of the South Perimeter Highway (PTH 100) between St. Anne’s Road and Lagimodiere Boulevard starting Friday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. and ending Sunday, Sept. 25 at 6 p.m.
As part of ongoing strategic infrastructure investments to the provincial highway network, the Manitoba government is committing almost $70 million for upgrades to Provincial Road (PR) 227.
The Manitoba government is investing more than $61 million to restore a segment of Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 75 from Morris to Ste. Agathe, as part of its $1.5 billion three-year commitment to improving Manitoba’s highway network.