Saskatchewan Highway 48

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Highway 48
Route information
Length: 239 km (149 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 1 (TCH) near White City
  Hwy 35
Hwy 47
Hwy 9 concurrency
Hwy 8
East end: Manitoba border near Maryfield
continues as PR 257
Location
Rural
municipalities:
Edenwold RM, South Qu'Appelle RM, Lajord RM, Francis RM, Montmartre RM, Chester RM, Kingsley RM, Hazelwood RM, Wawken RM, Walpole RM, Maryfield RM
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 47 Hwy 49

Highway 48 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 1 near White City until the ManitobaSaskatchewan border, where it becomes Provincial Road 257. Highway 48 is about 239 km (149 mi.) long.

This highway was previously known as Saskatchewan Highway 16 until 1976. It was renumbered as Highway 48 when the Yellowhead Highway was designated as Highway 16 throughout the province.

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