Starting Sunday, October 15, all temporary bus stops on Victoria Avenue and Lorne Street will move back to their original location on 11th Avenue. This will provide convenient access to the heated bus shelters during the winter months.
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- Rebuild roads, install new sidewalks and pedestrian ramps
- Replace or upgrade aging underground infrastructure
- Replace traffic signals and streetlighting
- New landscaping to beautify the streetscape
- Replace the transit shelters with new, fully enclosed shelters with heating and lighting
11th Ave is now open to traffic and all restrictions have been removed.
11th Avenue has been temporarily restored for the winter months. The temporary reinstatement is cost efficient and ensures that roads and sidewalks are safe to use until work resumes again in spring 2024.
This is a four-year construction project, scheduled to begin in the spring 2023.
- Phase 1 – May to October, 2023 – Broad Street to alley west of Hamilton Street
- Phase 2 – May to October, 2024 – Broad Street to alley west of Lorne Street
- Phase 3 – May to October, 2025 – alley west of Hamilton Street to Albert Street
- Phase 4 – May to October, 2026 – alley west of Lorne Street to Albert Street
The City is working to revitalize the City Centre to contribute to community vibrancy, economic prosperity and safety and wellbeing. Regina’s five-year capital budget outlines investments to renew street and underground infrastructure in the City Centre, including Dewdney Avenue, 11th Avenue, Saskatchewan Drive and Scarth Street. These projects will beautify streetscapes, transform transportation networks and improve pedestrian safety to accommodate future growth in the downtown. The goal is to attract more people and businesses to live, work, visit and invest in the City Centre!