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City lays better lane markers on Saskatoon streets

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.

More durable markings could last 10 years.

(CBC)

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.