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Ministry of Highways

Road crew paving on Highway 5The Ministry works with our partners in transportation to ensure travel is safe and efficient. Connecting Saskatchewan to the rest of the world is vital to our export-based economy.

1. Information you might be looking for

Check Highway Road Conditions

The Highway Hotline provides motorists with the most current information about highway conditions.

Highway Work Zones

Learn why you must slow down in a work zone, what the proper speed is, and how to report a work zone sign problem.

Winter Road Safety

Find information on which highways we clear first and why; snow and ice control; safe driving practices around snowplows; how we use the latest technology for improved service; and how to access the latest winter road conditions before heading out.

Information for Truckers and Trucking Companies

Learn about maximum weights, high clearance corridors, road restrictions, weigh scale locations, increased moving over-width dimension goods, buildings and permits for commercial vehicles.

Contracting with the Ministry of Highways

Find information for contractors, consultants and others about doing business with the Ministry of Highways.

Working with Highways

Are you looking for a rewarding career? Join us to support highway and citizen safety in Saskatchewan.


2. Plans and Annual Reports

Plan for 2024-25

The plan for 2024-25 reflects the government's goals of sustaining growth and opportunities for Saskatchewan people, meeting the challenges of growth, securing a better quality of life for all Saskatchewan people and delivering responsive and responsible government.

For previous ministry plans, please visit Prior Year Plans, Reports and Guiding Documents.

Annual Reports

The Ministry of Highways' 2022-23 Annual Report presents the ministry's activities and results for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023. It reports to the public and elected officials on public commitments made and other key accomplishments of the ministry.

Previous fiscal year annual reports can be found by visiting Prior Year Plans, Reports and Guiding Documents.


3. Programs and services

Adopt a Highway

The Adopt-A-Highway Program is a way for groups or participants to help beautify Saskatchewan by picking up litter and trash along the highway.

Hay Salvage and Ditch Mowing

The hay salvage and ditch mowing program offers free hay to farmers, while providing a neat appearance in ditches and improving visibility.

Putting Up Road Signs

Whether it's a business, tourist attraction, special event or a safety issue, road signs can help inform drivers of what lies ahead.

Snow Zone and Winter Maintenance

Learn more about how we approach severe weather during the winter including different levels of service and how they may affect you.

Spring and Summer Maintenance - Why some roads have more potholes than others

Potholes are formed by the expansion and contraction of water that has entered into the subgrade of the road through cracks in the pavement. When water freezes it expands. This causes the pavement to expand, bend or crack weakening the road. If water freezes and thaws over time, the road can weaken


4. Ministers and managers

Hon. Lori Carr
Hon. Lori Carr, Minister

Minister's Office

Phone 306-787-6447
Fax 306-787-1736
Mailing Address Room 322, 2405 Legislative Drive, Regina, SK, S4S 0B3
Kyle Toffan, Deputy Minister

Deputy Minister's Office

Phone 306-787-9311
Fax 306-787-9777
Mailing Address 1200, 1855 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3T2
Tom Lees, Assistant Deputy Minister for the Operation and Maintenance Division

Deputy Minister's Office

Phone 306-787-4859
Fax 306-787-9777
Mailing Address 1200, 1855 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3T2
Wayne Gienow, Assistant Deputy Minister for the Design and Construction Division

Design and Construction

Phone 306-787-1355
Fax 306-787-9777
Mailing Address 1200, 1855 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3T2
Ryan Cossitt, Assistant Deputy Minister for the Policy, Planning and Corporate Services Division

Deputy Minister's Office

Phone 306-527-8334
Fax 306-787-9777
Mailing Address 1200, 1855 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3T2
Shannon Lindholm, Executive Director

Communications and Customer Service Branch

Phone 306-787-6815
Fax 306-787-9777
Mailing Address 1200, 1855 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3T2
Lori Janz, Executive Director

Safety and Environment Resource Branch

Phone 306-933-5190
Mailing Address Unit #18, 3603 Millar Avenue, Saskatoon, SK, S7P 0B2

5. Forms and publications

Truckers' Guide

You can find all publications for this ministry in the Publications Centre.


6. Legislation

The following acts and regulations are administered by the Ministry of Highways and are available in PDF format. The links below are provided with the consent of Office of the King's Printer pursuant to Government of Saskatchewan copyright policies. Printed copies of the legislation are also available through the Freelaw® website.

To order or subscribe, please visit the Freelaw® website. If you don't have Adobe Reader on your system, you can download it for free.

The Highways and Transportation Act, 1997

View complete list of Ministry of Highways documents


7. News releases

Read the ministry's most recent news releases

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