Winnipeg Receiving $65M from Province for Infrastructure

Winnipeg Receiving $65M from Province for Infrastructure

By Sarah Klein

Pembina Highway and Bishop Grandin Boulevard
Pembina Highway and Bishop Grandin Boulevard (GOOGLE STREET VIEW)

The Manitoba government is funding nearly $65 million in infrastructure projects in Winnipeg this year.

Premier Greg Selinger and Mayor Brian Bowman jointly announced the funding agreement Monday at the corner of Ness Avenue and St. James Street.

“The city’s 2015 budget dedicated $103 million — a record level investment — into Winnipeg’s roads this year,” Bowman said. “I’m pleased that the provincial government continues to contribute to Winnipeg’s infrastructure, which is a top priority for citizens and visitors alike.”

More than 160 Winnipeg street projects are on the list for repair, including bridges, overpasses and back lanes.

Road repair projects identified and scheduled by the City of Winnipeg for 2015 include:

  • Portage Avenue
  • Ness Avenue
  • Pembina Highway
  • Henderson Highway
  • Main Street
  • St. James Street


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