Good news for those who head to Buffalo Pound Provincial Park on Highway 2.
New passing lanes north of Moose Jaw on the road are being made thus allowing motorists more opportunities to pass.
The provincial government says about 3,700 vehicles travel the road between Moose Jaw and the Highway 202 junction every day which is an increase of about 600 cars per day since 2008.
One set of passing lanes will be built about seven kilometers north of the city to just south of the junction.
“Passing lanes improve safety and are more cost effective than twinning,” Highways and Infrastructure Minister Lori Carr said. “We want to help folks driving north of Moose Jaw to travel safe, while at the same time improving traffic flow.”