Regina Bypass will Improve Safety and Save $380 Million
The Government of Saskatchewan announced it is investing $1.88 billion to build the Regina Bypass,
the largest infrastructure project in Saskatchewan’s history. This includes the cost of design,
construction, finance, operations, and maintenance over the life of the contract in today’s dollars. By
using a public-private partnership (P3) model the government will save $380 million, or 16.8 per cent.
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