Manitoba’s Infrastructure Minister will discuss a government study on Winnipeg’s Perimeter Highway Monday.
Ron Schuler has scheduled a press conference from the Legislative Building for 11 a.m. Global News will stream the event live in this story.
Last August the province unveiled its overall vision for Winnipeg’s South Perimeter Highway, which include major upgrades over at least the next two decades.
The entire plan for the upgrades has been broken into two phases.
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The first was designed with forecasted 2048 traffic volumes in mind and includes making the highway into a four-lane divided freeway, improving and adding interchanges, as well as widening some sections.
The second stage includes expanding the highway into six lanes, constructing additional interchanges, and building a bypass around St. Norbert.
–With files from Will Reimer