More than 17-million dollars of road construction is underway in Saskatchewan this week.
According to the minstry, work includes paving, road maintenance, bridge work and culvert installations.
Highways and Infrastructure Minister David Marit reminds motorists to slow down to 60 km/hr through the work zone.
On Highway 4 from Swift Current to the Highway 363 junction, $7.1 million in surfacing work and culvert installations continue.
A $7.4 million surfacing project on Highway 4 south of Cadillac to the junction of Highway 18 will also continue this week.
People travelling in the southwest should also be aware of bridge construction over the Swift Current Creek on Highway 1.
The $2.3 million project involves removing and replacing the structure.
Old girders are being removed and replaced, with rehabilitation work on the abutments and piles.
In addition to these projects, maintenance work is taking place on Highway 13 near Admiral, Highway 18 near Ponteix, Highway 221 near the Cypress Hills Gate entrance and Highway 363 near Shamrock.