WINNIPEG — A new interchange on the Perimeter Highway, part of the Government of Manitoba’s plan to make the highway a fully-accessible controlled freeway, has entered the planning phase.
The new interchange will be located at Perimeter Highway and St. Anne’s Road, according to a news release.
The project scope includes the design and construction of the new interchange, reconstructing 4.4 kilometres of pavement on the highway, a new railway overpass at the Canadian Pacific Railway crossing over the highway, the installation of a pedestrian crossing under the highway along the Seine River, and acquiring land and relocating utilities.
The project will use a design-build model. A new interchange at Perimeter Highway and St. Mary’s Road is set to open in June 2024 while another interchange at PTH 3 and McGillivray Boulevard is in the planning and detailed design phase.