The Government of Saskatchewan announced today that vehicles displaying Alberta licence plates will no longer be allowed on job sites for Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure’s new projects. Continue reading “Province restricts Alberta-plated vehicles on Highways-contracted job sites”
Winter weights take effect at 12:01 a.m., Thursday, November 16 for all applicable provincial highways, with the exception of southwest Saskatchewan. Continue reading “Provincial winter weights begin November 16”
Construction is progressing on schedule for both the Warman and Martensville interchanges.
And if the weather is as favourable next year as it was this year, both projects may be finished earlier than the target date of the fall of 2019.
“I’m really happy to see how this is proceeding, and anxious to see the completion day,” said Saskatchewan Highways and Infrastructure Minister David Marit following a tour of the construction site near Warman on Tuesday, October 17. “The first time I was here there was just a hole in the ground. Today the bridge is in place and they’re getting ready to lay asphalt. It’s about 40 per cent complete now.”
Marit said the overpasses on Highway 11 at Warman and Highway 12 at Martensville will not only greatly improve safety for commuters, but also facilitate continued growth for both cities.
The two overpasses are being built at the same time as part of a single $60.6 million design-build partnership project. Continue reading “Warman, Martensville interchanges on schedule, says Marit”