Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 Interchange
Construction at the site of a new interchange at Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 has been underway since April of 2017. The interchange was made possible by the governments of Canada and Saskatchewan who are each contributing up to $10,960,885 through the Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component – National and Regional Projects. The Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 interchange is scheduled to open in the summer of 2019.
Please remember the speed limit is 60km/h through the construction zone until the new interchange is complete. Drivers may also want to consider alternate routes to access surrounding neighbourhoods.
The new interchange will...
- ease traffic congestion, especially during morning and afternoon rush hour
- reduce accidents
- include a new eastbound left-turn loop to replace the eastbound left turn lane from Highway 16 onto Boychuk Drive
- include accessible pedestrian and cyclist pathways, allowing for safe movement across the roadways
- include the construction and reconstruction of sound walls on the north side of Highway 16, west of Boychuk Drive
- include new street lighting
How to Stay Informed
- keep an eye on Project News Releases and PSAs on our main page, saskatoon.ca/interchanges
- watch the rendering video to see how the new interchange will operate
- News Releases and PSAs
- sign up to receive e-mail updates
- Twitter and Facebook
- Service Alerts
- Watch construction LIVE via PCL Construction HD site cameras
- Watch Quarterly Video Updates
3-D Rendering of the Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 Interchange (see all renderings under 'Related Documents' on this page)
On Thursday, May 26, 2016, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Jim Reiter, Minister of Government Relations for Saskatchewan, were joined by Mayor Don Atchison to announce funding for the new interchange. The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are each contributing up to $10,960,885 to the Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 interchange through the Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component – National and Regional Projects.