Feedback from highway twinning consultations posted online

The province has posted the feedback and summary report from the fourteen public highway twinning consultation sessions, and a stakeholder meeting, held earlier this year.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal says nearly 2,000 Nova Scotians took part in the sessions, which ran between January 30th and March 9th.

Feedback was also received from nearly 5,400 others through an online survey, an open online comment box, and written submissions via mail and email.

Among the documents is a 36-page report from the New Glasgow session in regards to the 37.8 km stretch of Highway 104 from Sutherlands River to Antigonish.

Full details are available at novascotia.ca/twinning.