SUSSEX, N.B. - New Brunswick has made the completion of the Sussex bypass such a high priority, work on two other highway projects may be put on hold while it's finished.Provincial Transportation Mini...
SUSSEX, N.B. – New Brunswick has made the completion of the Sussex bypass such a high priority, work on two other highway projects may be put on hold while it’s finished.
Provincial Transportation Minister Percy Mockler submitted the request for funding to federal Transport Minister David Collenette on Nov.15, 2001. Mockler warned the province wouldn’t be able to complete two projects: the Route 2 Sussex bypass, and the twinning of Route 1 connecting St. Stephen and Saint John. The interchange is being touted as high priority in order to improve the heavy traffic flow between Moncton and Saint John and because it was also the site of a fatal bus accident.
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