South Regina Bypass – Bypass Location Study

South Regina Bypass

Bypass Location Study

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is doing a study to determine the location for the South Regina Bypass and to establish the required right-of-way for the Bypass. The section being studied extends from Highway 33 (near Tower Road), travels south of Regina and then connects into Highway 1 (at the West Regina Bypass adjacent to Pinkie Road). Various options are being considered that are 2.5 – 8 kilometres (1.5 – 5 miles) south of the Regina City Limits.

As part of the study, the Ministry held a public open house on Tuesday, February 12 to collect input on the options under consideration. If you were unable to attend the open house, you can see the information and options that were presented in the documents below. If you have any comments you’d like to make, feedback or questions please contact:

Bruce Belmore
Regional Manager, Transportation
MMM Group Limited

The study’s findings will be presented at an open house this spring. The time, date and location will be posted here once the open house is scheduled.

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