Drivers might want to avoid Ring Road in the city’s east end as two major construction projects begin Monday.
The City of Regina will be replacing the on and off-ramps at Victoria Avenue.
Work is expected to last until October.
The southbound off-ramp to Victoria Avenue will remain open with a reduced speed limit to accommodate a new ramp being built directly beside it.
The northbound on-ramp will be detoured to a temporary one as construction begins on the current ramp.
The north service road between Oxford Street and Rupert Street will be closed during the project.
The City of Regina is spending $5.5 million to replace the ramps. This is the final phase of a three-year project to renew the bridges at Ring Road and Victoria Avenue.
Traffic will also be restricted on Ring Road between Arcola Avenue and the Wascana Parkway.
Crews are paving the southbound lanes just north of Arcola Avenue and traffic will be down to one lane in both directions with reduced speeds.
Ramps at Arcola Avenue, Assiniboine Avenue and the Wascana Parkway could be closed for repaving.