|Highway Improvements Coming for #27 North of Saskatoon|
|Written by Sharon Vanhouwe|
|Friday, 14 September 2012 13:53|
Construction continues to move forward on Highway 27 to rebuild a rutted, gravel surface to a structural pavement capable of carrying primary weight.
That's the highest legal weight allowed on provincial highways.
Construction on Highway 27 this season began in April.
Contractors are currently working on grading a 23 kilometre stretch from the junction of Highway 2 to Vonda.
Paving on this section will begin next year.
When that section is complete, work will begin on the last section from Vonda to the junction of Highway 41.
This will complete the entire Highway 27 corridor, an investment of 28 million dollars.