Saskatchewan Trucking Association

Victoria Ave Construction

On June 22, the City of Regina will begin widening Victoria Avenue between Coleman Crescent and Prince of Wales Drive and replacing the bridges over Pilot Butte Creek just east of Coleman Crescent. Two lanes of traffic will be maintained in each direction during construction, and the speed limit through the construction zone will be reduced to 40 km/hr. However, the traffic signals at the intersection of Coleman Crescent and Victoria Avenue will be deactivated to allow free flow traffic on Victoria Avenue. While traffic detours have been designed to accommodate commercial truck traffic, drivers may want to find alternate routes if possible to avoid any potential delays. Construction is anticipated to be completed by October 30, 2015. Click on the images below to see full scale diagrams.

Victoria Ave Construction Map Vic Ave East Construction Map

Western Canada Highway News

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Have you received your most recent edition of WCHN? If you’re an STA Member we will ship it to you for free! Select the image to read the online edition. This is the official publication of the Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) and Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA).

Award Nominations

We are now accepting application for Volvo Driver of the year and the Cervus Equipment Peterbilt Dispatcher of the Year. Think someone in your organization goes above and beyond and deserve recognition? Nominate them today! STA Members only.

Seeking Volunteers

The STA will be hosting the 2015 National Professional Truck Driving Championships and is looking for volunteers for the event. If you are interested in being apart of this great event, please fill out and submit the NPTDC Volunteer Application form here

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