The Government of Saskatchewan says its Highways 2020 Plan is nearly underway in the province – which means a promised 70-million dollars will be invested into Saskatchewan highway system over the next three years.
30-million of the total will be invested this year, to repair more than 460 kilometres of highways.
Work includes gravel improvements, dust treatments, repaving, rut filling, and pothole fixes will take place in these areas:
- Highway 924 from Highway 55 to Dore Lake
- Highway 26 South of Turtleford
- Highways 376, 16 and 340 near Hafford, Radisson and Asquith
- Highway 11 north of Davidson
- Highways 220 and 322 in the Silton area
- Highway 1 near Bell Plaine and east of Gull Lake
- Highway 45 south of Outlook
- Highway 58 south of Chaplin to Shamrock
- Highway 43 east of Vanguard
- Highway 13 east of Assiniboia
- Highway 15 east of Goodeve to east of Ituna
- Highway 16 near Maymont
- Highway 19 north of Hodgeville
- Highway 21 south of Highway 3
- Highway 22 west of Highway 35
- Highway 48 from Highway 8 to east of Wawota
According to the government, successful tendering of the work, contractor availability and weather will determine the start of each project.