The City of Regina will start twinning the west portion of Dewdney Avenue this summer.
The two-year project will see two lanes of traffic become four between Courtney Street and Pinkie Road.
The project cost is over four million dollars, but the city says it will enhance traffic flow and meet growing demands of commuters in Westerra as well as the Regina Bypass and the Global Transportation Hub.
Drainage work and landscaped medians, dedicated left-turn bays at all intersections will be included in the project.
Crews will start before the end of the month, with a completion date expected in spring of 2021.