QUEBEC CITY, Que. — Transportation was among the top issues being discussed by a team of Quebec and New Brunswick delegates when they met in Quebec City on Tuesday.
Among those present were the premier’s and transportation ministers from both provinces, who were interested in discussing ways the two provinces can build on the level of cooperation that already exists between them.
One of the key points being discussed was the importance of the Trans-Canada Highway linking Rivier-du-Loup and Fredericton. Both governments agree it should be upgraded to a four-lane highway.
Transportation ministers Percy Mockler and Guy Chevrette also agreed that harmonization of truck weight and dimension regulations should be considered to help improve trade between the provinces.
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