Q. Where can I get information on work zones and what do when driving through the work zone?
A. Information pertaining to the work zone can be found by clicking here.
Q. Where can I get road information on closures, construction detours and winter road conditions?
A. The Ministry's Highway Hotline provides this type of information. You can also follow the Highway Hotline on Twitter and on Facebook.
Q. I am interested in working for Saskatchewan Highways and Infrastructure. How do I apply for a job?
A. Most positions are posted and hired through the Public Service Commission. You can look for weekly job postings and apply right on line.
Q. How many snow plows are in the province?
We have 300 snow plows operating throughout the province to clear snow and ice for safer winter driving. They operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week and work on a priority system.
Q. How do I license my car, trailer or R.V?
A. In Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is responsible for vehicle registration. Contact SGI for more information.
Q. How many roads are there in Saskatchewan?
A. There are 26,000 km of provincial highways. Including municipal roads, Saskatchewan's total road surface is 160,000 km - enough roads and highways to circle the equator four times.
Q. How many ferries and airports does the province operate?
A. The Ministry operates 12 ferries, one barge and 17 northern airports.
Q. Where do I get a trucking permit?
A. The Ministry does not issue permits. Permits are the responsibility of SGI. You can contact them at 775-6969.
Q. How can I get information about the process the Ministry uses when purchasing land to construct a highway?
A. From time to time, some highway projects require the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure (MHI) to buy more land. There is a process that is followed which can be found here.