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A few dozen lucky Winnipeg homeowners will soon have their streets fixed.

The City of Winnipeg plans to spend $37 million this construction season repairing residential streets, back lanes and gravel roads. The city also plans to spend $1.4 million adding to its active-transportation network.

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Here are the projects in question, as announced on Friday in a pair of reports written for city council's public works committee:

Residential street projects

Argate Drive: Jefferson Avenue to Leahcrest Crescent

Brazier Street: Jamison to Donalda Avenue

Burrows Avenue: McPhillips to Sgt. Tommy Prince Street

Bryn Mawr Road: Dalhousie Drive to Baylor Avenue

Crestview Park Drive: Voyageur to Hamilton Avenue

Darwin Street: Glenthorne Crescent to River Road

Rue Des Meurons: Bertrand Street to Avenue De La Cathedrale

Diplomat Drive: Leila to Templeton Avenue

Dominion Street: Wellington to Sargent Avenue

Fairlane Avenue: Buchanan Boulevard to Goswell Road

Furby Street: Portage Avenue to Furby Place

Garton Avenue: : King Edward Street to Inkster Garden Drive

Garwood Avenue: Near Stafford Street

Grandview Street: Irving Place to Henderson Highway

Irving Place: Henderson Highway to Grandview Street

Laidlaw Boulevard: Corydon to Cuthbertson Avenue, Cuthbertson to Mountbatten Avenue

Laval Drive: Pasadena Avenue to McMasters Road

Leahcrest Crescent: Anglia Avenue to Argate Drive

Leila Avenue: Marymound Way to Main Street

Lodgepine Bay: At Meadowood Drive

Magnus Avenue: McKenzie to Parr Street

McMeans Avenue East: Fairview Drive to Redonda Street

Moorgate Street: Portage to Lodge Avenue

Mulvey Avenue: Hugo to Cockburn Street North

Red Robin Place: At Athlone Drive

Royse Avenue: Pembina Highway to Hudson Street

Sutherland Avenue: Higgins Avenue to Stephens Street

Walden Crescent: Blue Heron Crescent to Victoria Avenue East

Wales Avenue: Dakota to St. Anne's Road

Watt Street: Sydney to Bronx Avenue

Wavell Avenue: Casey Street to Osborne Service Road

Woodhaven Boulevard: Emo to Assiniboine Avenue

Gravel roads

Murray Road: $1.7-million reconstruction, from McPhillips Street to CPR Mainline.

Bike and pedestrian paths

Omand Park: $200,000 for bicycle gate and light at railway crossing.

Red River (west side, below Fort Garry Bridge): $350,000 for bike path from Plaza to D'Arcy Drive.

St. Anne's Road (east side): $120,000 for sidewalk from Aldgate to Creek Bend Road.

Waverley Street: $130,000 for sidewalk from Scurfield Road to Bishop Grandin Boulevard.

Yellow Ribbon Greenway: $200,000 for lighting.

Alley reconstructions

Eleven back lanes: Seven in Daniel McIntyre ward, two in River Heights-Fort Garry and one each in Mynarski and Fort Rouge-East Fort Garry.

-- compiled by Bartley Kives

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 27, 2013 A4

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