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$29M allotted for Saskatchewan road surfacing

JOC News Service
$29M allotted for Saskatchewan road surfacing

REGINA — The Government of Saskatchewan is putting $29 million towards more than 100 kilometres of construction roadwork in southeastern Saskatchewan.

The work over the week of June 7 included $7.5 million on surfacing about 37 kilometres of Highway 2 north of Moose Jaw, $10 million on approximately 28 kilometres on Highway 35 and 39 near Weyburn, along with $4.8 million on 30 kilometres of Highway 13 near Weyburn, and $7.1 million of surfacing for 25 kilometres of Highway 36 south of Willow Bunch.

“Our government has made highways and infrastructure a priority for the people of Saskatchewan. We know the construction season is short and we have lots of work to do so, if you are travelling, please be patient, allow for extra time and respect the work zones,” said provincial Highways and Infrastructure Minister David Marit in a statement.

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