The second phase of the Regina Bypass project is going well, says a spokesperson.
Crews were out working Monday on several parts of the build, including bridges 14 and 15 near the Highway 6 overpass.
As it regards to work at that specific part of the bypass, Structures Manager Darrell Trapp said they’re currently on track to have work completed by the fall.
“Then subsequently, the roads will be tied into them. Not sure when the roads will be tied into them (the bridges).”
Part of what’s kept operations on schedule has been ideal weather conditions.
“Construction wise, we’re actually at the same time as phase one, or very close,” he acknowledged. “We’ve had our trials along the way, but overall generally speaking, it’s going along quite well.”
One of those trials, said Ministry of Highways spokesperson Brent Miller, has been traffic diversion.
He does note though, they do have meetings with stakeholders and others parties to make sure their proposed plans are condusive to crews’ safety and success.