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      Monday, February 08, 2016

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Dec. 23, 2015 - While many dream of a white Christmas, the Government of Saskatchewan would like to remind drivers to check road conditions before heading home for the holidays.

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Dec. 17, 2015 - Saskatchewan highways will soon be a little more colourful.  Beginning Monday, December 21, blue and amber flashing lights will be activated on all Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure snow removal equipment during regular winter maintenance activities.

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Dec. 9, 2015 - Construction is now underway on the White City overpass, which is a key part of the Regina Bypass.  This vital link will connect Highway 48 to Highway 1 at White City, eliminating the need to make left turns on or off of Highway 1.

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Nov. 25, 2015 - Residents and motorists in east Regina are enjoying new bridges and a wider road thanks to a $9.2 million investment in infrastructure. The Government of Saskatchewan contributed $6.5 million and the City of Regina contributed the remaining $2.7 million to make improvements to one of Regina’s busiest roads.

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Learn more about snow zone safety.

Learn more about the Regina Bypass project.

For seasonal weights, restrictions & allowances.

Images from 2015 wildfires

See maps produced by the Ministry.

Contact an area office.

Roadside development permits (within 90m)

     


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