Construction on the Regina Bypass will change some patterns in traffic east of the Queen City this summer.
Officials says ongoing work for the Regina Bypass project will see portions of the Trans-Canada reduced from a divided to an undivided highway for major repaving and related work.
Targeted to begin as early as Friday, June 17 and last until early fall, various segments of Highway 1 between Balgonie and the access road to Pilot Butte will be restricted to one-lane of travel for each direction.
Crossover lanes will allow traffic to transition from divided to undivided highway travel.
The intersections of Great Plains Industrial Drive, Highway 48 at White City, Highway 46 at Balgonie and Main Street at Balgonie will have portable traffic signals to safely accommodate traffic during construction.
Motorists should be aware lanes will be reduced in advance of repaving to prepare the Trans-Canada between Balgonie and Pilot Butte for two-way traffic.