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The Manitoba government is investing over $28 million in repairs and upgrades along PTH 12 south of the Trans-Canada Highway.

The Manitoba government is investing over $28 million in repairs and upgrades along PTH 12 south of the Trans-Canada Highway.

Work starting this year will include rehabilitating the Seine River Diversion bridge, just south of Ste. Anne, improving the intersection at PR 311 near Blumenort and paving seven km from south of PTH 52 to Park Road in Steinbach.

The north and southbound lanes of the six-kilometre stretch from the Trans-Canada Highway to the Seine River Diversion will also be paved.

Borland Construction has been awarded the contract for that project and paving will occur over the next two years.

“The new projects include bridge replacements and paving and resurfacing of this roadway, which is a direct link to the Trans-Canada Highway, the national highway system, and CentrePort Canada,” said Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger.

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by Journal Of Commerce

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