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US 8 (15th St.-Hay River) Corridor Preservation
Tier II, Turtle Lake/Almena segment - Schedule

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Current (this year)

  • Nothing at this time

Future (next year and beyond)

  • 2015 - Tier II scheduled to be completed
  • To be determined (TBD) - Tier III is the final design and construction. In order to advance to this tier, the legislature needs to approve funding


Past (anything prior to today)

2012

  • Winter 2012/2013 - Tier II Environmental Assessment
  • Winter 2012 - PIM to discuss design of preferred alternative for Turtle Lake/Almena segment (15th St.-Hay River)
  • Fall - Winter 2012 - Preliminary design for County KK to Hay River including grade separation at County P intersection.
  • June 2012 - Official mapping of preferred alternative for Turtle Lake/Almena segment (15th St.-Hay River)

2011

  • Fall-Winter 2011 - Preliminary design for Turtle Lake/Almena segment (15th St.-Hay River)
  • Fall 2011 - Selection of preferred alternative for Turtle Lake/Almena segment (15th St.-Hay River)
  • Oct. 14, 2011 - Comment period ended.
  • Sept. 28, 2011 - PIM to discuss the study underway for Tier II Turtle Lake/Almena segment (15th St.-Hay River)
  • April 19, 2011 - PIM for Turtle Lake/Almena segment (15th St.-Hay River)

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Last modified: July 18, 2013

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