FREDERICTON, N.B. - The New Brunswick Government isn't ready to follow suit and pour as much money into their highway construction as their neighbors are.Quebec recently announced it would spend $100 ...
FREDERICTON, N.B. – The New Brunswick Government isn’t ready to follow suit and pour as much money into their highway construction as their neighbors are.
Quebec recently announced it would spend $100 million to improve Route 185, the part of the Trans-Canada Highway that links New Brunswick with central Canada.
Full twinning and improving the highway is expected to cost a total of $430-million.
Although pleased to see the $100 million being spent in nearby Quebec, New Brunswick’s government has different plans. As Quebec moves toward twinning 108 kilometres of highway, New Brunswick will be working on a stretch of road less than eight kilometers long. n
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