The Regina Bypass team and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure completed the Regina Bypass on October 29. 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.
The Regina Bypass Project not only consists of the design and build of the Bypass, but also 30 years of regular maintenance, reconstruction and snow removal. At the end of the 30-year period, the entire Bypass will be handed over to the province in “like-new” condition.
On November 1, 2019 the Regina Bypass Operations and Maintenance (O&M) assumed the contract for the operation and maintenance for the entire Regina Bypass route.
Maintenance work will ensure the safety of the traveling public, early identification and removal of public hazards including:
• Winter maintenance
• Summer maintenance
• Road surface maintenance
• Roadside maintenance
Photo Gallery May 26
Regina Bypass upcoming road works for the Week of May 25
Bypass Photo Gallery
Regina Bypass will begin it’s seeding and herbicide spraying program in early May, weather permitting.
National Day of Mourning - Take a moment to remember workers injured or killed on the job.
An inside look at our Operational and Maintenance Facility
Kevin Faul, operations manager, provides our local media with a Bypass Operations and Maintenance update.
Regina Bypass had a busy first month.
The Largest Transportation Infrastructure Project In Saskatchewan History Opens Tuesday, October 29 at 6 pm.
Pilot Butte Overpass Now Open. Wanda Campbell talks about new interchange.
NEW Regina Bypass videos
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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