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Renseignements en Français

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Highway Hotline

Get information on highway conditions, road closures, constructions zones, ferries and border crossings. Maps and information are updated 3 times per day or as conditions require.

Highway Cameras

Ten provincial highway cameras show actual road conditions. The images refresh every 30 seconds. (Click your reload button if the image does not appear right away.)

Regina Bypass Cameras

Weight Restrictions

Ferries, Borders, and Out-of-Province Conditions

How to Use Highway Hotline


Use our high-bandwidth map for the most detailed view, or the low bandwidth map for slower connections.

On the high-bandwidth view, you can also display map overlay details for:

  • National/provincial parks
  • Location of highway cameras
  • Location of Canadian border crossings
  • Location of Saskatchewan ferry crossings
  • Location of highway construction sites
  • Weather details for a specific area of the province

Recorded message

Phone 1-888-335-7623 (toll-free in Canada) to hear recorded messages on highway conditions. Other ways to call:

  • Regina area: (306) 787-7623
  • Saskatoon area: (306) 933-8333
  • On the Sasktel cell Network, dial *ROAD (*7623)

Watch our How-To Video

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