The Government of Saskatchewan is hoping to ensure that the intersection which the Humboldt Broncos bus crash occurred on will be as safe as possible.
The Government of Saskatchewan recently outlined improvements which they say they will introduce at the intersection of Highway 35 and Highway 335 outside of the town of Armley.
Thirteen outlined improvements are said to be implemented which includes better signage, rumble strips on Highway 335, a new access road leading to a relocated memorial, and a tree removal along the highways.
Reasons for the improvements range from increased visibility for the intersection, as well as getting rid of a possible tunnel-effect that the treeline may create.
The improvements are estimated to cost around $1 million.
Improvements slated to be completed come as a result of a safety review carried out by McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd, ordered for the road after the crash which resulted in the deaths of 16 and the injury of 13.
The Government of Saskatchewan says that they will not comment further on the issue due to it being before the courts.