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June 30, 2016 - Roughrider fans wearing green should watch for orange as they travel this Canada Day long weekend.  With 300 kilometres of Saskatchewan highways currently under construction, people should drive carefully and watch for work zones.

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June 23, 2016 - With a record $1.15 billion Highways and Infrastructure budget to be invested this year, road crews are busy across the province.  The ministry would like to remind motorists to drive carefully and obey posted speeds in work zones.

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Jun. 17, 2016 - During the week of June 20, the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is teaming up with the RCMP to educate the public on the importance of slowing to 60 km/hr when passing emergency workers.

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Jun. 16, 2016 - The drive to the lake will soon be smoother for people travelling to Rowan’s Ravine.  Work will begin this year to upgrade Highways 322 and 220 in the area.

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Jun. 15, 2016 - Cameras have been installed at three locations along the Regina Bypass.  You can now watch the progress of construction without leaving home.

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Jun. 13, 2016 - The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $700,000 in the Community Airport Partnership (CAP) Program to enhance infrastructure at community and regionally-owned airports.

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Jun. 9, 2016 - Residents of Shellbrook and area will need to slow down in the work zone in the short term as long-term safety improvements are made to Highway 3.  

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Jun. 8, 2016 - The daily commute will become safer for people in the Pilot Butte area earlier than expected.  Today, Highways and Infrastructure Minister Nancy Heppner and Minister responsible for SaskBuilds Gord Wyant announced the Pilot Butte overpass will be completed one year ahead of schedule, opening in fall 2018.

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Jun. 2, 2016 - The Government of Saskatchewan is delivering on its Highways 2020 Plan, delivering a $70 million surge in funding for highways repair and maintenance over the next three years.

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Jun. 1, 2016 - For the first time in Saskatchewan history, the Highways and Infrastructure Budget tops $1 billion.  This marks another record investment in provincial roads and infrastructure.

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Learn more about work zones in Saskatchewan.

Learn more about the Regina Bypass project.

For seasonal weights, restrictions & allowances.

See maps produced by the Ministry.

Contact an area office.

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