Upgrades to Highway 75 south of Winnipeg have been completed, paving the way for a smoother, more enjoyable ride through the Town of Morris.
The provincial and federal government funded intersection improvements, new lighting and sidewalks as well as enhanced drainage.
“Manitoba families, businesses and agricultural producers count on our roads and highways to get around and to do business,” Premier Selinger said. “The upgrades to Highway 75 will keep traffic flowing smoothly and safely along one of our busiest routes. Infrastructure renewal is a priority for Manitobans and this project is part of our commitment to keep improving roads across the province.”
Highway 75 improvements began in 2011 on the southbound lanes, and followed this year with work on the northbound lanes.