Highway Planning and Design

Highway planning is the overall process of establishing policies, goals, investment strategies, and design standards to guide future needs related to the safe and efficient movement of people and goods to destinations. It is a collaborative process that incorporates the input of many stakeholders including various government agencies, the public and private businesses.

Transportation planners apply a multi-modal comprehensive approach to analyzing the wide range of alternatives and impacts on the transportation system to influence beneficial outcomes.

Learn about the Highway Planning and Design Branch

What are you looking for?

Land Development Permits

Looking to build an access or structure adjacent to a provincial highway? You may require a permit.  Learn more

Private Advertising Sign Permits

Looking to erect a private advertising sign or billboard adjacent to a provincial highway?  You may require a permit. Learn more

Environmental Licencing

Looking for information on environmental impact assessments or environmental screenings of projects undertaken by Manitoba Infrastructure? Learn more

Functional Designs

Looking for technical advice and guidance on future highway plans? Learn more

Utilities Permissions

Looking for information and guidelines for installing utilities in provincial highway rights-of-way? Learn more

Maps and Resources

Looking for resources including maps.  Learn more