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Interactive map: Winnipeg street renewal, 2014

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Monday morning, the city and provincial government unveiled a list of over 100 city streets and back lanes that will see reconstruction and rehabilitation projects get started this summer.

A record $48.9 million, shared by the city and province, is committed to local Winnipeg streets this summer, with a portion of that money going to city sidewalks, bridges, curbs, walkways and bike paths. On top of that, another $35-million is slated to go to regional streets, Mayor Sam Katz indicated today.

Legend:

Red markers: Reconstruction
Orange: Rehabilitation
Yellow: Alley renewal
Green: Thin bituminous overlay
Purple: Gravel road reconstruction

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