The Regina by-pass came under fire in the Saskatchewan legislature Wednesday.
Opposition critic Ryan Meili says the two billion dollar project shows several significant flaws.
“They say this project was studied to death, but it has cut off Balgonie, it doesn’t work for farm equipment, and first responders are raising safety concerns.”
Meili says the signs are causing traffic jams and confusion.
Highways minister David Marit says the bypass is designed with safety in mind. He says the project features 12 overpasses and traffic is flowing well adding the project will grow the economy.
Last week, the west and east bound on-ramps from highway one on the Pilot Butte overpass opened for regular traffic.
The full opening of the Pilot Butte overpass is set for 2018.
The Regina bypass is now open from Balgonie to Highway 33, or Arcola Avenue.