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CSCE Nooner – Highway 11/Highway 16 Interchange Functional Plan
January 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CST
It’s time for the fourth Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) Saskatoon Section Nooner this season! Join us at the Park Town Hotel to lunch-and-learn about the functional plan for the Hwy 11/16 interchange!
Also, we now offer free parking for our nooners – see details below
Buffet starts at 12:00 p.m.; presentation ~12:30 p.m.
Highway 11/Highway 16 Interchange Functional Plan
The City of Saskatoon is embarking on an important journey in developing an interchange at the junction of Highway 11 and 16 in the south portion Saskatoon. This project perfectly matches the ideals that Saskatoon is looking for in 21st Century solutions that will create a highly desirable and sustainable city. This project will have a dynamic impact on the quality of life for the community, as this interchange provides an important link to Regina via Highway 11 and an east-west connection to Winnipeg and Edmonton on Highway 16 and Circle Drive in the North. The existing cloverleaf interchange was constructed in the 1960s and requires upgrading to reflect increased traffic numbers unanticipated at that time. This functional planning study, commissioned by the City of Saskatoon, looks at various interchange configurations to resolve the present day problems of weaving length deficiencies, the close proximity of adjacent interchanges at Victor, Boychuk, Taylor and Preston, and an inadequate bridge clearance. A total of ten Interchange configurations that consider the present and future traffic volumes, mobility, noise and long term flexibility were evaluated and the advantages and disadvantages for each were examined. The detailed functional plan for the selected option is now being completed.
Justine Marcoux, P. Eng.
Justine Marcoux is a Transportation Engineer for the City of Saskatoon. She attended the University of Saskatchewan where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2010. She began her career with the City of Saskatoon’s Transportation Division in 2011. She has been involved in a number of projects relating to Neighbourhood Traffic Management, cycling, collision analysis, parking, intersections, and traffic safety. She is presently working with the ISL team with the Highway 11/16 Interchange Functional Planning project.
David LeBoutillier, P. Eng., Ph.D.
David LeBoutillier is a Senior Transportation Engineer for the City of Saskatoon. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at Indiana State University, and completed his doctorate at the University of Florida. He has been involved in a number of functional planning projects with the City of Saskatoon including the Traffic Bridge Needs Assessment study, the North Commuter Parkway Project, and a number of other recent interchanges and arterial road design projects. David’s focus in work is geometric design and data collection. He is presently working with the ISL team on the Highway 11/16 Interchange Functional Planning Project.
Steve Melton, M. Eng., P. Eng., PMP
Steve Melton is the General Manager of Roadway Engineering for ISL Engineering and Land Services. With experience spanning three decades in transportation engineering, he has increasingly been involved in management roles on complex projects and is presently leading the Highway 11/16 Interchange Functional Planning project for the City of Saskatoon, as well as the Warman/Martensville Interchanges project as Owner’s Engineer for the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure. Through his career, Steve has been involved as manager for ISL on Edmonton projects such as the Anthony Henday Drive Owner’s Engineer, the Walterdale Bridge Replacement and on the South and North LRT projects. Steve shows his commitment to advancing transportation engineering in Canada through past director roles with the Consulting Engineers of Alberta and the Project Management Institute (Northern Alberta Chapter) and participation in the standing committees for Road Safety and Sustainable Transportation for the Transportation Association of Canada. Steve has a Masters of Engineering in Transportation Engineering from the University of Alberta.
Looking forward to see you there!
CSCE Executive Team
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is FREE during our event. When you arrive at the Park Town Hotel, you can skip the parking payment machine and go to the front desk to let them know that you are there to attend the CSCE Saskatoon Section Nooner.
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