Feature Story: North Gateway upgrades moving forward

External Relations, University of Regina
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External Relations, University of Regina

The University is starting work on upgrades to the North Gateway entrance at the corner of Wascana Parkway and University Drive North. This will include a new gateway sign with lighting, new area and walkway lighting, improved landscaping, and additional concrete work in front of the new gateway sign to enhance pedestrian friendliness and usability. “The University is a vibrant and growing institution, so it is important that we are able to move forward on a project that will enhance safety, create a more pedestrian friendly north entrance to the main campus, and reflect the sense of pride we have in our University,” said Dr. Vianne Timmons, President and Vice-Chancellor. “Together, the new gateways at both the north entrance and main entrance at Kramer Boulevard will integrate and enhance the western boundary of the main campus with vastly improved lighting and landscaping, creating safer, more inviting and accessible spaces at the University’s two key access points.”

North Gateway Improvement Project, Main Gateway Improvement Project, Facilities Management, Campus Master Plan, Campus Wayfinding Study