List of Saskatchewan provincial highways

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This is a list of Saskatchewan's highways:

Only Highways 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, and 16 contain sections of divided highway. Speed limits range from 90 km/h (55 mph) to 110 km/h (70 mph). Saskatchewan is the only province bordering the United States with no direct connection to the Interstate Highway system.[1][2]

Named routes[edit]

1 - 99[edit]

These are primary highways maintained by the provincial government. Almost all of these highways are paved for most of their length. Highways 1, 11 and 16 are the most important highways and are divided highways for much of their lengths, with some sections at expressway or freeway standards.

100 - 199[edit]

Major northern highways, usually corresponding to a "parent" 1-99 highway.

  • Hwy 102 -- La Ronge to Southend
  • Hwy 106 -- Highway 55 to Flin Flon, Manitoba
  • Hwy 120 -- Highway 55 at Meath Park to Highway 106 at Narrow Hills Provincial Park
  • Hwy 123 -- Highway 55 at Carrot River to Cumberland House
  • Hwy 135 -- Highway 106 to Sandy Bay
  • Hwy 155 -- Green Lake to La Loche
  • Hwy 165 -- Highway 106 to Highway 155 near Beauval
  • Hwy 167 -- Flin Flon to Amisk Lake

200 - 299[edit]

These are usually highways connecting from a "parent" 1-99 highway to a recreational area.

300 - 399[edit]

These are usually highways connecting from a "parent" 1-99 highway to minor communities near the "parent" route.

  • Hwy 301 -- Highway 1 to Buffalo Pound
  • Hwy 302 -- North Saskatchewan River near Prince Albert
  • Hwy 303 -- Highway 16 near Lloydminster to Highway 3 at Turtleford
  • Hwy 304 -- Highway 4 near Meadow Lake to Highway 26 near Makwa Lake
  • Hwy 305 -- Highway 16 at Langham to Highway 11 at Warman
  • Hwy 306 -- Highway 6 to Highway 35
  • Hwy 307 -- Highway 7 to Highway 21 near Coleville
  • Hwy 308 -- Rocanville to Manitoba border
  • Hwy 309 -- Highway 9 to Rhein
  • Hwy 310 -- Balcarres to Highway 5 near Wadena
  • Hwy 312 -- Highway 12 near Hepburn to Highway 2 at Wakaw
  • Hwy 316 -- Highway 5 to Highway 16 at Clavet
  • Hwy 317 -- Highway 7 to Highway 31
  • Hwy 318 -- Carnduff to Alida
  • Hwy 320 -- Highway 2 to Highway 20
  • Hwy 321 -- Highway 21 to Alberta border near Burstall
  • Hwy 322 -- Highway 20 near Craven to Rowan's Ravine
  • Hwy 324 -- Highway 376 to Mayfair
  • Hwy 332 -- Highway 32 to Hazlet, intersecting with Highway 37
  • Hwy 334 -- Highway 13 to Highway 6
  • Hwy 335 -- Highway 6 to Highway 23 near Zenon Park
  • Hwy 339 -- Highway 39 to Avonlea
  • Hwy 340 -- Radisson to Hafford
  • Hwy 342 -- Highway 44 near Eston to Highway 42 near Lucky Lake
  • Hwy 343 -- Highway 4 to Simmie
  • Hwy 349 -- Highway 6 at Naicam to Highway 38 near Greenwater Lake
  • Hwy 350 -- Torquay to US border
  • Hwy 354 -- Highway 11 near Bethune to Highway 733
  • Hwy 355 -- Highway 55 at Meath Park to Highway 2
  • Hwy 357 -- Highway 8 to Highway 369
  • Hwy 358 -- Highway 13 to Wood Mountain
  • Hwy 361 -- Highway 47 to Manitoba border
  • Hwy 362 -- Highway 1 to Pilot Butte at Highway 46
  • Hwy 363 -- Highway 4 near Swift Current to Highway 2 near Moose Jaw
  • Hwy 364 -- Balgonie to Highway 10 via Edenwold
  • Hwy 365 -- Highway 16 to Watrous
  • Hwy 367 -- Highway 42 to Highway 19 near Douglas Provincial Park
  • Hwy 368 -- Highway 5 at Muenster to Highway 3 near Melfort
  • Hwy 369 -- Highway 10 to Highway 5
  • Hwy 371 -- Highway 21 at Fox Valley to Alberta border
  • Hwy 373 -- Highway 42 to Highway 45
  • Hwy 374 -- Highway 21 to Highway 14 near Wilkie
  • Hwy 375 -- Highway 12 to Hepburn
  • Hwy 376 -- Highway 14 near Asquith to Highway 324 near Redfield
  • Hwy 377 -- Highway 6 near Ceylon to Highway 28 near Radville and Riverside
  • Hwy 378 -- Highway 4 near North Battleford to Highway 3/24 at Spiritwood
  • Hwy 379 -- Highway 4 to McMahon
  • Hwy 381 -- Highway 80 to Manitoba border
  • Hwy 394 -- Highway 16 to Highway 316
  • Hwy 396 -- Highway 668 to Highway 16 near Guernsey
  • Hwy 397 -- Highway 16 to Allan

600 - 699[edit]

600s highways are minor highways that run north and south; generally, the last two digits increase from east to west. Many of these highways are gravel for some of their length.

700 - 799[edit]

700s highways are minor highways that run east and west; generally, the last two digits increase from south to north. Many of these highways are gravel for some of their length.

900 - 999[edit]

These are roads that generally provide access to isolated, northern communities. Most of these highways are unpaved for their entire length.

Former Highways[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Saskatchewan Official Road Map (Map) (2015/2016 ed.). Saskatchewan Government.
  2. ^ National Highway System National Highway System 2015-2016 (PDF) (Map). Government of Saskatchewan. 
  3. ^ Google. "Little Swan Road in Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2015-07-15. 
  4. ^ Google. "McBride Lake Road in Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2015-07-15. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g Province of Saskatchewan (1926). Highway Map (Map). Department of Highways. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Rand McNally (1940). Road map of Western and Central Canada (Map). Rand McNally and Company. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k The H.M. Gousha Company (1956). "Saskatchewan & Manitoba" (Map). Shell Map of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. The Shell Oil Company. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Department of Highways and Transportation (1972). Saskatchewan Official Highway Map (Map). Queen's Printer. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h The H.M. Gousha Company (1951). "Saskatchewan & Manitoba" (Map). Shell Highway Map of Western United States. The Shell Oil Company. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation (1980). Official Highway Map (Map). Queen's Printer. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation (1984). Official Highway Map (Map). Queen's Printer. 

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