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Manitoba looks for North Perimeter Highway input

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Manitoba looks for North Perimeter Highway input
WIKIMEDIA COMMONS — The Manitoba government is looking for public input on upgrades to the North Perimeter Highway.

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government is asking residents for input on Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 101 also known as the North Perimeter Highway.

The government is working to upgrade the perimeter highway around Winnipeg to meet freeway standards, a Manitoba government release said.

Consultants were engaged to undertake a functional design study of PTH 101 in 2022, the purpose of which was to tun the North Perimeter Highway into a “fully access-controlled, grade-separated freeway that can ultimately accommodate six lanes and improve highway safety,” the release said.

An online survey is asking for Manitobans’ feedback on the proposed options for the PTH 101 functional design study including drawings of the alignments for five separate segments along PTH 101. The survey will be available until Jan. 24. Followed by a What We Heard report summarizing the feedback received on the EngageMB website shortly thereafter, the release said.

The third phase of public engagement will start in fall 2024 to present the recommendations of the functional design study incorporating feedback gathered during the EngageMB round of consultations. Phase three public engagement will include stakeholder meetings, open houses and other engagement activities, the release said.

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