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Planning continues for traffic safety improvements on Highway 5. The project is expected to include a combination of twinning and passing lanes, access roads, shoulder widening and intersection improvements.
The Government of Saskatchewan is planning for future improvements to Highways 6 and 39 from Regina to Estevan, which may include twinning and passing lanes.
The Government of Saskatchewan will be constructing passing lanes on Highway 9 and Highway 10 near Yorkton. The six sets of passing lanes will improve travel time, traffic flow and safety.
Learn more about the Regina Bypass project, the largest transportation project in the province’s history.
This is a snapshot of various provincial highway construction projects throughout Saskatchewan.
Transportation planning provides an evaluation of the safety and efficiency of the highway network and will help identify future traffic requirements.
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