The 2013-14 highway construction season is gearing up to provide for a safer highway network and support the provincial government’s growth agenda for Saskatchewan.Read More
May 7, 2013 - Fifteen airports have been approved for grants through the Community Airport Partnership (CAP) program.
April 30, 2013 - The Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Shortline Railway Association remind the public to be safe and cautious near the province’s railways.Read More
April 24, 2013 - The Government of Saskatchewan is providing a total of 51 rural municipalities (RMs) with funding for 173 kilometres of road improvements and 40 bridge and culvert repairs or replacements.
Apr. 23, 2013 - Drivers speeding in work zones on Saskatchewan highways run the risk of getting ticketed by the Highway Transport Patrol. Read More
Apr. 01, 2013 - Driving down the highway you see the familiar orange sign with a worker on it. Do you slow down immediately? Maintain your speed until you see workers? How fast should you be going and when can you speed back up again?
Mar. 28, 2013 - Preparations are underway for the upcoming highway construction season with the release of 53 new highway and bridge construction projects worth an estimated $131 million. Read More
The 2013-14 Budget will continue to improve Saskatchewan’s highways by providing $576.0 million to build, maintain and operate Saskatchewan’s 26,000 kilometre (km) highway system. This includes a $280.8 million highway construction budget.
Learn more about Work Zones in Saskatchewan.
Seasonal weights, restrictions & allowances
Take a look at maps produced in the Ministry
See the images from around the province during the spring of 2013.
Guidelines, permits and restrictions for transporting farm machinery on provincial highways.