The Saskatoon Freeway Functional Planning Study (SFFPS) project team will be hosting two come-and-go public information sessions in late November, giving members of the public an opportunity to discuss design options and offer feedback on the proposed route for the northern section of the Saskatoon Freeway
Phase One of the planning study includes connections with Highway 11, Highway 12 and Highway 16 north of Saskatoon.
Public Information Sessions are scheduled as follows:
November 26, 4 to 8 pm
- Saskatoon Inn (Courtyard Room). 2002 Airport Drive, Saskatoon
November 27, 4 to 8 pm
- Henk Ruys Soccer Centre Lounge. 219 Primrose Drive, Saskatoon
Staff from the SFFPS project team will be present at both sessions.
To help residents focus on Phase One freeway design concepts that matter most to them, specialized areas will be set up to illustrate specific changes being proposed to:
- Highway 11, Wanuskewin Road, and Penner Road
- Highway 12 interchange and north/south travel
- Highway 16 interchange
Each public information session will also have information on the Saskatoon Freeway’s crossing of the South Saskatchewan River on the north side of the city.
SFFPS project team members will be present at both public information sessions to provide updates on environmental assessment, stakeholder consultations, and answer technical questions about freeway interchanges and safety designs.
All public forum attendees will be given an opportunity to complete a survey to provide their input on the Phase 1 concept designs related to improved traffic flow, and freeway access. This input will be used when preparing a final report on Phase 1 in 2020.