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Project will ease congestion and improve safety in Saskatoon

Media Release from the Government of Canada

The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Jim Reiter, Minister of Government Relations for Saskatchewan, announced funding for a new interchange at Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 in Saskatoon on May 26. His Worship Donald J. Atchison, Mayor of Saskatoon, also participated in the announcement.

New distributor Lecol Inc. set to expand available products West of Ontario

Media Release from Lecol Inc.

We are pleased to announce that effective June 1, 2016 all products manufactred by Trinity highway Products will be distributed exclusively by Lecol Inc. This change will expand the Lecol representation area to cover Ontario and all provincess and territories West of Ontario.

Automated Safety

Potzus Paving & Road Maintenanca Ltd.'s innovative sustem puts flag person safety at the forefront

By Pat Rediger

When you're driving and approach a traffic light, a green light means you can go and a red light means you must stop. With that spirit in mind, one Saskatchewan company has adopted an innovative idea that will help the province's flag people go about their jobs in a safe manner and help put a stop to tragic accidents. ...


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Ditch cuts and rough grading at the intersection of McOrmond Drive and Central Ave.

Graham Commuter Partners make progress on North Commuter Parkway and Traffic Bridge

Media release from the City of Saskatoon/Photos courtesy of StudioD (

Once complete in 2018, the North Commuter Parkway will support the transportation needs citizens who live in Saskatoon's northeast and work in the Marquis and North Industrial Areas, reducing traffic on the city's existing bridges. The new Traffic Bridge, also slated for completion in 2018, will support the growing city centre by allowing motorist, pedestrians and cyclist to cross the river between the downtown and residential areas in the south sector of the city. The new bridge will look similar to the old bridge, but will be wider to accomodate emergency vehicles.

This construction season will see more that 460 kilometres of roads repaired

Media Release from the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure

The Govenrment of Saskatchewan is delivering on its Highways 2020 Plan, providing a $70 million surge in funding for highways repair and maintenance over the next three years.


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