City lays better lane markers on Saskatoon streets
More durable markings could last 10 years.
The city of Saskatoon wants to make driving in this city a little easier, by making sure there are visible lane markings on more of our major roads.
This year, in addition to the city’s regular $800,000 dollar budget for painting markings on the road, there is an additional $500,000 for special durable markings that can last as long as ten years.
Work on the durable markings begins this week at the following locations:
- 1st Avenue South between 20th Street East and 24th Street East
- Central Avenue between 107th Street West and 110th Street
- Circle Drive eastbound between Warman Road and Attridge Drive on ramp
The work will be done overnight to minimize traffic disruptions.