As the discussion on Photo Radar continues in Saskatoon in anticipation of a debate at City Council on Monday - here is some more information about how the project came about from SGI. The more I read about the impact on speeding and crashes, the more compelling the evidence is...

On November 26th at TCU Place and there will be some crucial workshops about transit, density, active transportation, and growth planning for Saskatoon as part of the Growing Forward/Shaping Saskatoon process. There will be additional workshops at Cliff Wright Library on Dec. 1st and Cosmo Civic Center on December 4th.

Transit is a critical part of what keeps our city functioning and what enables people to live their daily lives. Everyone I have talked to - drivers, passengers, teachers, and business owners – agree that Transit is not what it needs to be in Saskatoon. It needs to be a...

I am very disappointed that an agreement hasn’t been reached and that Transit Services are shut down as a result of this Lockout. I was very hopeful that something could have been done in the last day or two as the sides were back at the table. I know that...

As Street Sweeping is wrapping up (Grosvenor Park you are rescheduled for July 25th) we are going to have a lot more staff on graders and are going to begin our lane maintenance program - moving through neighbourhoods systematically.

At the past Council meeting, we received a long-awaited award for the tendering of the new parking meter system downtown. 

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