CALGARY, ALTA. – Alberta has announced funding for 10 bundled highway rehabilitation and improvement projects totalling 96 subcomponent construction projects across the province.
The federal government is providing funding for up to 50 per cent of eligible costs for these projects — nearly $255 million — and the Government of Alberta is investing more than $279 million. The projects have a combined total estimated cost of $535 million.
"These investments in highway infrastructure across Alberta will support economic growth and provide safer and more efficient transportation routes for Canadians," said Amarjeet Sohi, federal minister of infrastructure and communities, in a statement.