Highway 93/95 Intersection Improvement Project - Radium Hot Springs Roundabout

We will be replacing the four-way stop at the junction of Highways 93 and 95 in Radium Hot Springs with a roundabout to improve safety and traffic flow.

The intersection experiences heavy congestion with long back-ups, causing lengthy delays during peak travel periods. Replacing the intersection with a roundabout will keep traffic moving efficiently and safely through the community.

The current four-way stop at the junction of Highway 93 and Highway 95 (looking north) will be replaced with a roundabout to move traffic more efficiently and safely.

Figure 1.    Looking North to the existing four way stop intersection at the junction of Hwy 93 & 95


 

The current four-way stop at the junction of Highway 93 and Highway 95 (looking northeast) will be replaced with a roundabout to move traffic more efficiently and safely.

Figure 2.    Looking Northeast to the existing four way stop intersection at the Junction of Hwy 93 & 95



Budget: 

This $11.9-million project is cost-shared with the federal government through the New Building Canada Fund, Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component—National and Regional Projects. The Province is contributing $7.1 million.

Status:

The project is in the design stage and will be tendered early in 2020. Construction is expected to begin in spring 2020 and finish in late fall 2020.

Public Engagement

A drop-in open house was held in Radium Hot Springs on Sept. 4, 2019. The following materials were displayed at the last public event and are available for viewing at the following link: 

We are still accepting public input. Should you wish to submit feedback, please do through the following link:

 

Radium Roundabout 3D Rendering