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    Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is undertaking several multi-year construction projects throughout the province designed to improve safety and efficiency on Saskatchewan's highway network. More details can be found by clicking on the project titles below.

Work is progressing on the Regina Bypass, which will run from Highway 11 northwest of Saskatchewan's capital city, then south around it before connecting to Trans-Canada Highway 1 in the east.

The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is working on a general location study for the future twinning of Highway 6 & 39 from Regina to Estevan.

The Estevan Truck Route will improve traffic flow, enhance safety and generate potential development opportunities in the Estevan area.  The selected route runs north of the city from the intersection of Highway 39 and Shand Road to Highway 39 west of the city.  Read more

Under the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth, the Government of Saskatchewan is committed to investments like twinning and passing lanes that increase capacity, enhance traffic flow and improve safety.

This Highway 16 project will include the construction of 19.5 km of new twinned highway; the construction of a bypass north of the Village of Clavet which includes approximately 7 km of new highway for both lanes, and the construction of a CN railway crossing.

There are planned overpasses for Highway 11 at Warman and Highway 12 at Martensville.
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Transportation planning studies evaluate the safety and efficiency of current highway infrastructure, and will usually identify current and future traffic needs.



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