New Brunswick’s Route 114 gets $4 million for resurfacing project

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WATCH: Both the federal and provincial governments have announced that they’ll be splitting funding for the resurfacing of Route 114, and as Andrew Cromwell reports, it's been a long wait for local residents – Jul 29, 2019

Ottawa and the province are splitting the $4-million cost to resurface a stretch of New Brunswick highway that leads to Fundy National Park.

The project includes the surface rehabilitation of about 18.7 kilometres of Route 114 from Route 1 toward Fundy National Park, and the replacement of culverts.

The section of road services communities along Route 114 and is also a primary route to the park.

The resurfacing project is aimed at improving safety along the highway.

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The funding comes through the Rural and Northern Infrastructure Communities Stream of the Investing in Canada infrastructure plan.


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