Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation advises motorists of a temporary detour of traffic along PTH 12 at PTH 59, the Grand Beach Access, from April 28 to May 14 to complete the realignment of the intersection.
The Manitoba government is increasing the matching funding available to municipalities outside of Winnipeg to $16 million in 2015 to improve roads, bridges and infrastructure.
Premier Greg Selinger announced that the Manitoba government will raise two bridges and sections of PTH 75 near Morris to help keep this critical commercial route to the U.S. open during major floods.
The PTH 23 bridge over the Red River on the east side of Morris is now open to traffic following a major rebuild that will extend its life and help keep this important route open during major floods.
The governments of Canada and Manitoba have announced that six southeast Manitoba communities will benefit from the New Building Canada Plan’s Small Communities Fund.
Two major bridge rehabilitation projects on the south Perimeter Highway, one at Pembina Highway (PTH 100 at PTH 75) and the other at Fermor Road (PTH 100 at PTH 1), will soon be complete and will improve traffic flow and safety for motorists and commercial vehicles.
The Manitoba government is releasing the list of upcoming core infrastructure projects a month early to give the construction industry a head start as they gear up to build and repair highways, roads and bridges across the province in 2015.
The Manitoba government announced the addition of more than $1.14 million to fund 13 more projects to replace or improve municipal bridges.
Interlake residents, tourist destinations, commuter and commercial traffic will soon have safer roadways and streets as the Manitoba government invests more than $2.5 million in partnership with municipalities to improve or replace local municipal roads and improve flood protection.