The Regina Bypass consortium is proud to partner with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure to build the Regina Bypass. This project, the largest transportation infrastructure project in the province’s history, is vital to ensuring the continuing economic prosperity and vitality of Saskatchewan and of the Regina region in particular.
As part of the ongoing construction of the Regina Bypass, access to Tower Road from Highway 33 and Highway 1/Victoria Avenue will NOW be permanently closed to traffic June 3, weather permitting.
Bypass Photo update from the last week
Alisdair Dickinson, project director, proudly announced that the Regina Bypass team has achieved over two million work hours with zero lost-time incidents.
Regina Bypass Traffic Restriction Update as of May 9
Regina Bypass Celebrates Earth Day.
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The Regina Bypass is the largest infrastructure project in the province’s history
12 new overpasses
40 kms of new four-lane highway
55 kms of new service roads