REGINA, Sask. — A well-travelled highway north of Regina is set to be upgraded in the spring, with preliminary work taking place as early as next week.
Hwy. 6 will get a $2.3 million resurfacing for 12 kilometres just north of Regina. Transportation Minister, Mark Wartman says, “Hwy. 6 has seen an increase in truck traffic leading to deterioration.”
The project will get underway in earnest in May and should be wrapped up by late June, says Wartman. Gravel haulers will begin trucking products to an ASL Paving industrial site in Regina next week.
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