The Manitoba government has initiated a study to develop a functional design for PTH 100 (the South Perimeter Highway) and identify an alignment and associated right-of-way for the future St. Norbert Bypass.
The goal of the study is to develop a preferred functional design for reconstructing PTH 100 to a freeway standard, and conceptual and preliminary designs of its associated structures. These may include proposed interchanges, rail grade separations and waterways crossings.
The St. Norbert Bypass study component will result in a functional design for a new multi-lane divided expressway between PTH 100/Kenaston Boulevard and PTH 75 south of the community of St. Norbert.
Open houses are being held on August 16th, 20th and 21st, and project pop-up information booths on August 10th, 15th and 18th. Learn more about the studies and speak with members of the project team at these events.
For more information 17m-02424-00 PTH 100 Newsletter EN
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