Saskatchewan Drive Corridor Project

The City of Regina is working to revitalize the City Centre to contribute to a vibrant community, economic prosperity and community safety and wellbeing.

Saskatchewan Drive is a key gateway into Regina’s City Centre. It is an important link to Downtown, core neighbourhoods like Cathedral and Heritage and destinations like Mosaic Stadium and the REAL District. The section of road we are focusing on stretches from McTavish Street to Winnipeg Street. The Project team is currently developing the Draft Corridor Plan.

Saskatchewan Drive Corridor Project Map The Saskatchewan Drive Corridor Project is a priority due to aging and deteriorating infrastructure, increasing traffic volumes and lack of safe pedestrian travel areas. The aim is to also improve the function, safety, connectivity, land use and overall beautification of Saskatchewan Drive. The Project will create a better experience for all users and support investment and redevelopment to create more vibrancy along the corridor.

This Project looks to transform Saskatchewan Drive into a Grand Avenue and multi-modal corridor. A Grand Avenue is a gateway in and out of a key area of our city, which may feature robust landscaping, street furniture and enhanced design and public realm.


Join us for a Public Information Session

When: February 8, 2023, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Where: The Studio at Cornwall Centre (located on the main floor, across from The SaskTel Store and next to the Security Office)
The presentation will be posted in the Documents section on this page on February 8.
If you have questions about the Draft Corridor Plan, email saskdrive@regina.ca


Once approved by City Council, the Project will move forward in three design and construction phases:

  • Phase I: Heritage neighbourhood section of Saskatchewan Drive Corridor
  • Phase II: Downtown section of Saskatchewan Drive Corridor
  • Phase III: Cathedral neighbourhood section of Saskatchewan Drive Corridor

The City will continue to provide updates and engagement opportunities as the project progresses.

The City of Regina is working to revitalize the City Centre to contribute to a vibrant community, economic prosperity and community safety and wellbeing.

Saskatchewan Drive is a key gateway into Regina’s City Centre. It is an important link to Downtown, core neighbourhoods like Cathedral and Heritage and destinations like Mosaic Stadium and the REAL District. The section of road we are focusing on stretches from McTavish Street to Winnipeg Street. The Project team is currently developing the Draft Corridor Plan.

Saskatchewan Drive Corridor Project Map The Saskatchewan Drive Corridor Project is a priority due to aging and deteriorating infrastructure, increasing traffic volumes and lack of safe pedestrian travel areas. The aim is to also improve the function, safety, connectivity, land use and overall beautification of Saskatchewan Drive. The Project will create a better experience for all users and support investment and redevelopment to create more vibrancy along the corridor.

This Project looks to transform Saskatchewan Drive into a Grand Avenue and multi-modal corridor. A Grand Avenue is a gateway in and out of a key area of our city, which may feature robust landscaping, street furniture and enhanced design and public realm.


Join us for a Public Information Session

When: February 8, 2023, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Where: The Studio at Cornwall Centre (located on the main floor, across from The SaskTel Store and next to the Security Office)
The presentation will be posted in the Documents section on this page on February 8.
If you have questions about the Draft Corridor Plan, email saskdrive@regina.ca


Once approved by City Council, the Project will move forward in three design and construction phases:

  • Phase I: Heritage neighbourhood section of Saskatchewan Drive Corridor
  • Phase II: Downtown section of Saskatchewan Drive Corridor
  • Phase III: Cathedral neighbourhood section of Saskatchewan Drive Corridor

The City will continue to provide updates and engagement opportunities as the project progresses.

Page last updated: 26 Jan 2023, 01:03 PM