Trumpet Interchange at Highway 11
The North Bypass team is building a “Trumpet” style of interchange at Highway 11.
Dave Callander , Project Manager for the North Bypass shares information on the Highway 11 trumpet interchange.
A trumpet interchange is a standard design configuration for a three-leg interchange.
Trumpet interchanges are typically used where a highway begins or terminates, such as the interchange of the new Regina Bypass with Highway 11.
These types of interchanges usually have at least one loop ramp connecting traffic leaving the terminating highway with the far lanes of the existing highway.
Trumpet interchanges are named due to their resemblance to trumpets.