March 18, 2014, Edmonton, Alta. - Albertans can expect to see more crews out on the roads as the 2014 provincial budget increases investment in existing roads and bridges.
March 10, 2014, Calgary, Alta. – The Government of Alberta will provide $1.8 billion in initial funding to begin work on the final section of the Calgary ring road.
December 30, 2013, Halifax, N.S. – The Government of Nova Scotia has announced that it plans to spend $240.8 million on roads and bridges as part of its 2014-15 Capital Plan.
December 12, 2013, Winnipeg, Man. - Manitoba will continue to invest in highways, roads and bridges across the province with the announcement of a $110-million series of projects to improve the Trans-Canada Highway east to the Ontario boundary, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.
July 11, 2013, West Kelowna, B.C. – Premier of British Columbia, Christy Clark announced an additional $1 million for paving work on Westside Road. This is in addition to the $5.5 million in work already underway this year on Westside Road.
July 10, 2013, Kamloops, B.C. – Construction will begin soon on the widening of the Trans-Canada Highway east of Kamloops, B.C. The project will see a total of 10.5 kilometres of the TCH widened to four lanes and cost more than $28 million.
May 16, 2013, Toronto, Ont. – Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced the government's commitment to extend Highway 427 to Major Mackenzie Drive, connecting communities and supporting thousands of jobs throughout York Region.
April 26, 2013, Ont. – The new Ontario government plans to create a fund of $100 million for 2013 to 2014, to help small, rural and Northern municipalities build roads, bridges and other critical infrastructure. This would also help support the local economy and construction jobs across Ontario.
April 17, 2013, Winnipeg, Man. - The new Manitoba Building and Renewal Plan announced in Budget 2013 will make record investments in provincial highways and bridges, and will provide the City of Winnipeg and municipalities across the province with new revenue to improve municipal streets and roads, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.
April 15, 2013, Simcoe County, Ont. – Motorists travelling on Highway 400 will soon benefit from major road and bridge improvements, announced today by the Honourable Peter Van Loan, Government House Leader and Member of Parliament for York-Simcoe, and the Honourable Glen Murray, Ontario Minister of Infrastructure and Minister of Transportation.
March 28, 2013, Ottawa, ON – The Government of Canada has announced preliminary details of the new Building Canada plan. Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty announced the new plan alongside details of the annual federal budget.
March 1, 2013, Marmora, Ont. – Motorists in Eastern Ontario will soon enjoy smoother and safer travels on the Crowe River Bridge, thanks to a joint initiative of up to $3.9 million announced today by the governments of Canada and Ontario.
ank Sinatra once sang that if you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere. Advanced milling and grading technology recently was tested according to that old adage at John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport and passed the test impressively.
Significant reconstruction of a major highway interchange near Augusta, Ga., recently promised to impact the lives of thousands of drivers over a period of about three years—so it was in the best interest of the Georgia Department of Transportation (GaDOT) and the public, for the project to be completed ahead of schedule.
        July 23, 2010, St. George, N.B. – Construction has begun on the Route 1 gateway project – the largest financial highway undertaking in New Brunswick history.

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