Highway Road Sign Opportunities
The Ministry may install on a cost recovery basis, Inland Terminal guide signs for inland terminals that are located outside the incorporated limits of an urban community. The terminal must have a minimum storage capacity of 8 000 tones and can load a minimum of 50 hopper cars in a 24 hour period. Inland Terminal signs are installed on the provincial highway that is adjacent to the facility.
Resource Based Industry
Larger renewable (e.g. forest) and non-renewable (e.g. potash) resource industries may generate a significant amount of traffic of which the majority is truck traffic from beyond the immediate area. The Ministry may install Resource Based Industry guide signs to assist in identifying the location or access to such industries. Resource Based Industry signs will be installed on the provincial highway that is adjacent to the facility.
Private Educational Institutions
The Ministry recognizes that Private Educational Institutions throughout the province may generate traffic that originates beyond their immediate area, which may require the istallation of Private Educational Institution signs in identifying the location or access to them. A Private Educational Institution is a school or college that provides educational instruction to its pupils, and is located outside the incorporated limits of a city.
Institutional camp/centre signs may be installed to assist motorists in locating institutional camp or centre access roads on a request basis. An institution is defined as a non-profit organization which offers facilities and/or services to its members or the member of another non-profit organization i.e. church, YMCA.
The shrine will be of general interest and open at no charge to the public, be operated by a non-profit charitable organization and have received permission from the rural municipality to direct traffic along the municipal road. Upon request, the department may install at the access of the highway and the intersecting road leading to the shrine.