The list of Winnipeg residential streets that will be fixed in 2019

Winnipeg authorities published a list of streets and roads that will be repaired this year. At least 56 streets and 11 back alleys likely won’t be fixed in Winnipeg this year, thanks to funding spat between the City and the Province.

That after city administrators told the infrastructure committee Thursday morning that 34 local roads will be repaired in 2019 and they would be emailing the list of streets to councillors.

Here is a full list:

  • Andrews St ‐ Leila Av/Hartford Av
  • Cork Av ‐ Sly Dr/Salter St
  • Neville St ‐ Margate Rd/Mapleton Dr
  • Stardust Av ‐ Watson St/McPhillips St
  • Kairistine Ln ‐ Kinver Av/Dexter St
  • Palms Bv ‐ Garden Grove Dr/Burrows Av
  • Nora St ‐ Logan Av/Alexander Av
  • Jamison Av ‐ Roch St/Henderson Hw
  • Raleigh St ‐ Munroe Av/Chalmers Av
  • Raleigh St ‐ Donwood Dr/Springfield Rd
  • Talbot Av ‐ Foster St/Grey St
  • Edison Ave ‐ DeGraff Pl/Rothesay St
  • Day St ‐ McMeans Av E/Kildare Av
  • Sanford Fleming Rd ‐ Plessis Rd/Devonshire Dr
  • Maureen St ‐ Barron Dr/Assiniboine Av
  • Whitegates Cr ‐ Barron Dr/Maureen St
  • Dowker Av ‐ Crowson By (E leg)/Pembina Hw
  • Mulvey Av ‐ Arbuthnot St/Lilac St
  • Ness Av ‐ Sturgeon Rd/Pebblewood Ln
  • Ainslie St ‐ Bruce Av/Lodge Av
  • Lodge Av ‐ Davidson St/Moray St
  • Traill Av ‐ Mount Royal Rd/Portage Av
  • Strathcona St ‐ Ellice Av/St Matthews Av
  • Derek St ‐ Windermere Av/Parker Av
  • Hudson St ‐ Clarence Av/Chevrier Bv
  • Caledon Rd ‐ Mapleridge Av/Killarney Av
  • Villeneuve Bv ‐ Ducharms Av/Des Trappistes St
  • Thatcher Dr ‐ University Cr/Pembina Hw
  • Hamel Av ‐ Des Meurons St/Aulneau St
  • Traverse Av ‐ Dollard Bv/Marion St
  • Flynn St ‐ Barrington Av/Moore Av
  • Hazelwood Av ‐ Dakota St/Dells Cr
  • Pulberry St ‐ Parkville Dr/St Michael Rd
  • Traynor By ‐ St Michael Rd/St Michael Rd

Manager of engineering at the Public Works Department Brad Neirinck noted that the timing of the projects depends on many factors like weather conditions and big events in the city, which involve some roads blocking form traffic and only pedestrians allowed on a temporary basis. For a complete list of projects roads involved in reconstruction, please visit the link:

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