Roads & Paving
Highway twinning projects on schedule except for one
December 5, 2022 By CBC News
Three of the four highway twinning projects in Nova Scotia remain on schedule, but the other faces ongoing delays.
In the case of Highway 103, a 10.8-kilometre section between Tantallon and Ingramport opened last year. The 11.5-kilometre section from Ingramport and Hubbards is on track to be completed next summer, potentially under budget, with the work on Highway 107 is also scheduled to be completed next year.
The 10.2-kilometre stretch, which includes the Burnside connector, was projected to cost $210 million. Final numbers are expected when remaining tenders close.
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