South Perimeter Highway Projects

The South Perimeter Highway is one of the most important economic corridors in Manitoba. As a part of the Trans Canada Highway, the South Perimeter Highway has a strategic role in connecting the provincial economy to world markets. The Perimeter Highway also provides communities with access to employment, education, services, and amenities.

PTH 100 Reconstruction Functional/Preliminary Design Study and the Proposed St. Norbert Bypass Functional Design Study

This study is to develop a preferred roadway functional design for reconstructing PTH 100 to a freeway standard, and conceptual and preliminary designs of the associated structures. The goal also includes the development of a preferred functional design for a proposed bypass of St. Norbert to expressway standards and conceptual designs of the associated structures. This study is to be completed by the end of 2019. Click here for more information on this Study.

Improving Safety on the South Perimeter Highway

The South Perimeter Highway has 26 stop-sign controlled access points and median openings resulting in unprotected left-turn movements. As traffic increases, safety and operational concerns become more acute at these locations. In support of safety, a South Perimeter Highway safety plan has been developed. Two Public Meetings were scheduled for May 28 from 3-8 p.m. at Canad Inns 1824 Pembina Highway and for May 29 from 4-8 p.m. at the Oak Bank Community Centre 101 Macdonald Road for the public to review the safety plan with department staff.

The information shared at the public meetings can be viewed here: English (PDF, 2 MB) / Français (PDF, 3 MB)