Information on current highway projects, improvements, plans, and current maintenance programs.
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.
Join the Government of Saskatchewan as a Highway Traffic Officer. You will protect provincial infrastructure, while ensuring the safety of all highway users.
The hay salvage and mowing program offer free hay to farmers, while providing a neat appearance improving visibility. It also provides better control of brush and noxious weed growth and ensures adequate snow storage in ditches during the winter months.
Find out the latest road conditions and/or construction to help you plan your travel route
Learn why you must slow down in a work zone, what the proper speed is, and how to report a work zone sign problem.
Learn how to apply to post road signage, whether for directions or safety reminders. All signs must follow provincial standards and guidelines for safety placement.
The Government of Saskatchewan allows grieving individuals or family members to commemorate the loss of a loved one by placing a memorial marker in the highway right-of-way.
Learn how to make a claim for damage done to your vehicle while travelling on a provincially maintained highway.
Learn the steps involved and how to file an auto claim after a vehicle collision.
Road construction can create frustrating travel delays. Unfortunately, most of the highway work can only be done during periods of good weather.
The Urban Highway Connector Program promotes safe and efficient movement of people and goods through Saskatchewan cities. It also provides an open and consistent framework to support the municipal management of urban highway connectors.
Learn about snow and ice control, safe driving practices around snowplows, and winter road maintenance.