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Roadside development permits are required for any work within the 90 metres from the right-of-way of a provincial highway.
Buying land for highway projects requires planning for future highway improvements, land surveys and a negotiated sale price.
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There are several major highway projects throughout Saskatchewan design to improve transportation safety.
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