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Residents of the Queen Elizabeth/Exhibition neighbourhood are invited to attend a public meeting to review and discuss a draft neighbourhood-wide traffic plan for their area. The meeting will be hosted by the City of Saskatoon, Transportation Division.

On April 27, 2017 Queen Elizabeth/Exhibition residents participated in discussions and identified ideas and solutions to address traffic concerns in their neighbourhood. Based on feedback and information received during this meeting, other sources, traffic counts and existing traffic studies, the Transportation Division has prepared a draft neighbourhood-wide traffic plan. The meeting on October 5th will provide Queen Elizabeth/Exhibition residents, business owners, property owners, local groups and other stakeholders an opportunity to comment on specific traffic adjustments being proposed for this neighbourhood.

Please join us as we discuss the traffic issues that affect you and your neighbourhood.

Can't make the meeting? Join the discussion below by clicking the blue 'View Topic' box.

For more information, please contact:
Justine Marcoux, P.Eng., Transportation Engineer
306.975.7846
justine.marcoux@saskatoon.ca

Share your comments on the recommendations outlined in the draft traffic plan. Click the blue 'View Topic' box to join the discussion.

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Karla Maile 24 days ago

Now that the lights are operational at Ruth and Lorne, I've been experiencing people traveling in the right lane on Ruth traveling West between Lorne and Herman like it's now a two Lane Street... There is one sign saying the lane ends but with the new traffic signals there is now signs saying a vehicle can go west bound in the right and left lanes... Does that make sense? I think it might be confusing drivers... It is pretty new...I hope it's not a trend!

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Justine Marcoux admin 23 days ago

Hi Karla, Thank-you for your comments. I'm passing them along to our Traffic Operations Engineer for further consideration. Regards, Justine Marcoux, Transportation Engineer, City of Saskatoon

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