Regina City Council approved the Transportation Master Plan at last night’s City Council meeting.
All residents of Regina are invited to write a letter to future Regina residents to help celebrate the grand opening of new Mosaic Stadium and the renewal of Confederation Park.
Starting Tuesday, May 30 drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will upgrade the water system on Sunset Drive between Montague Street and Garnet Street.
Starting Monday, May 29, drivers and pedestrians will want to consider alternate routes as crews will be improving sidewalks, curbs and gutters on 3rd Avenue between Elphinstone Street and Albert Street.
Starting Saturday, May 27, drivers will need to consider alternate routes as crews will be repairing a water and sewer connection on College Avenue between McDonald Street and McAra Street.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Saturday, May 27 as construction work at Capital Pointe hotel/condominium building will require traffic restrictions at the corner of Albert Street and Victoria Avenue.
Starting Saturday, May 27, drivers and pedestrians should consider alternate routes on 11th Avenue between Hamilton Street and Cornwall Street so crews can complete construction/repair work at the Cornwall Centre.
Starting Sunday, May 28, drivers should consider alternate routes on Pasqua Street between 9th Avenue North and Rochdale Boulevard. Crews will be completing pavement renewal activities which is the final phase of work which had started in 2016.
The City wants to encourage residents to leave their cars at home and take advantage of the free, fun and safe ways to get to and from the new Mosaic Stadium, starting with this Saturday’s “Regina Rocks” concert.
Reminder to residents that starting tonight through Friday, June 2, Ring Road under Wascana Parkway will be closed nightly between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. as crews begin demolition of the overpass.
Starting Friday, May 26, drivers should consider alternate routes as crews will be doing sewer rehabilitation at the intersection of Albert Street and 7th Avenue.
Drivers will need to consider an alternate route on Friday, May 26 as crews will repair a water leak on Cannon Street between the north and south entrances to Scrivener Crescent.
Drivers should consider alternate routes on Thursday, May 25 as crews will repair a water main leak on Dalgliesh Drive between Kyle Street and Wells Street.
Because of the City’s strong financial management, solid budget performance and relatively low debt levels, Standard & Poor’s confirmed the City of Regina’s long-standing AA+ credit rating with a stable outlook.
Starting today, crews will begin replacing water connections along Rink Avenue between McCarthy Boulevard and the train tracks. The work will be completed one block at a time to reduce impact on residents and motorists.