The Global Transportation Hub was the focus of NDP questions in the Saskatchewan legislature Tuesday.
Opposition critic Cathy Sproule says the province has spent millions of taxpayer dollars on the Regina bypass to support the under-used Global Transportation Hub.
The opposition raised concerns about cost and subsidies to transport workers to the site.
Highways minister Lori Carr says 87 million dollars has been used to widen Dewdney avenue and improve bypass access around the GTH.
She says the improvements will ensure highway safety and the efficient movement of export goods for Saskatchewan’s growing economy.
Justice minister Don Morgan says the Hub has been an economic engine, responsible for 18 hundred construction jobs and currently has 860 workers on site.
Premier Scott Moe says the province will slowly divest itself of the GTH but there will be no fire sale of the asset of the people of Saskatchewan.