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]

Primary (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.[1]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Hwy 1 (TCH) 647.9 402.6 Alberta border near Walsh, AB Manitoba border near Fleming Trans-Canada Highway 01940-01-01c. 1940 current Passes through Swift Current, Moose Jaw, and Regina.
Hwy 1 (TCH) 30 19 Regina (south and east portions of beltway) Trans-Canada Highway
Regina Bypass
proposed Projected opening October 2019.[5]
Hwy 1 610 379 United States border at Monchy Meadow Lake 01940-01-01c. 1940 Replaced by Hwy 4.[6][7]
Hwy 2 797.7 495.7 United States border at West Poplar Hwy 102 at La Ronge • Veterans Memorial Highway
(Moose Jaw – Prince Albert)

CanAm Highway
(Prince Albert – La Ronge)
Passes through Moose Jaw and Prince Albert.
Hwy 3 612.0 380.3 Alberta border near Alcurve, AB Manitoba border near Armit CanAm Highway
(Prince Albert – Melfort)
Passes through Prince Albert and Melfort.
Hwy 3 282 175 Pierceland Hwy 3 / Hwy 55 at Shellbrook 01960-01-011960s Section replaced by Hwy 55.[8][9]
Hwy 4 652.2 405.3 United States border at Monchy Hwy 224 Hwy 904 at Meadow Lake Provincial Park 01940-01-01c. 1940 current Passes through Swift Current, Rosetown, North Battleford, and Meadow Lake.
Hwy 4 650 404 Alberta border near Walsh, AB Manitoba border near Fleming 01940-01-01c. 1940 Replaced by Hwy 1.[6][7]
Hwy 5 380.2 236.2 Hwy 11 / Hwy 16 in Saskatoon Manitoba border near Togo Passes through Humboldt.
Hwy 5 275 171 Alberta border at Lloydminster Hwy 5 in Saskatoon Yellowhead Highway 01976-01-011976 Replaced by Hwy 16.[9]
Hwy 5 115 71 Former Hwy 5 (present-day Hwy 16) near Langham Hwy 5 near Bruno 01950-01-011950s Former segment; Hwy 5 was rerouted to pass through Saskatoon. Replaced by segments of Hwy 305, Hwy 784, Hwy 27, and Hwy 670.[7][10][8]
Hwy 5 21 13 Hwy 5 near Togo Hwy 10 west of Roblin, MB 01960-01-011960s Replaced by Hwy 369.[8][9]
Hwy 6 518.4 322.1 United States border at Regway Hwy 55 near Choiceland CanAm Highway
(Corinne – Melfort)
Passes through Regina and Melfort.
Hwy 7 262.7 163.2 Alberta border near Alsask Hwy 11 / Hwy 16 in Saskatoon Passes through Kindersley and Rosetown.
Hwy 8 410.0 254.8 United States border at Elmore Hwy 982 in the Porcupine Provincial Forest
Hwy 9 606.2 376.7 United States border at Northgate Manitoba border near The Pas, MB • Saskota Flyway
Northern Woods & Water Route
(Hwy 3 - Manitoba)
Passes through Yorkton.
Hwy 10 225.1 139.9 Hwy 1 near Balgonie Manitoba border near Roblin, MB Passes through Melville and Yorkton.
Hwy 10 52 32 Hwy 10 in Melville Hwy 10 in Yorkton 01960-01-011960s Passed through Willowbrook; replaced by sections of Hwy 47 and Hwy 52.[6][9]
Hwy 10A 5.0 3.1 Through Yorkton Former Hwy 10.
Hwy 11 391.9 243.5 Hwy 1 / Hwy 6 in Regina Hwy 2 near Prince Albert Louis Riel Trail Passes through Saskatoon.
Hwy 11 15 9 Regina (west portion of beltway) Regina Bypass proposed Projected opening October 2019.[5]
Hwy 11 84 52 Hwy 11 in Saskatoon Hwy 11 in Rosthern 01960-01-011960s Passed through Waldheim; replaced by sections of Hwy 12 and Hwy 312.[8][9]
Hwy 12 133.9 83.2 Hwy 11 in Saskatoon Hwy 3 near Shell Lake
Hwy 12 150 93 Saskatoon Hwy 2 near Prince Albert 01950-01-01c. 1950s Passed through Waldheim; replaced by sections of Hwy 11; now sections of Hwy 12 and Hwy 312.[10][8]
Hwy 13 675.3 419.6 Alberta border near Govenlock Manitoba border near Antler Red Coat Trail Passes through Weyburn.
Hwy 14 249.8 155.2 Alberta border near Macklin Hwy 11 / Hwy 16 in Saskatoon
Hwy 14 410 255 Hwy 14 in Saskatoon Manitoba border near Marchwell Yellowhead Highway 01976-01-011976 Replaced by Hwy 16.[9]
Hwy 14 47 29 Hwy 14 near Landis Hwy 14 in Biggar 01970-01-011970s Replaced by sections of Hwy 51 and Hwy 656.[9]
Hwy 15 449.6 279.4 Hwy 4 near Rosetown Hwy 16 near Bredenbury Passes through Outlook and Melville.
Hwy 16 (TCH) 689.2 428.2 Saskatchewan border in Lloydminster Manitoba border near Marchwell Yellowhead Highway
Trans-Canada Highway
01976-01-011976 current Passes through North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton.
Hwy 16 238 148 Hwy 1 near White City Manitoba border near Maryfield 01976-01-011976 Replaced by Hwy 48.[9]
Hwy 16A (TCH) 4.4 2.7 Through Yorkton Former Hwy 16.
Hwy 16A (TCH) 6.6 4.1 Hwy 4 / Hwy 40 in Battleford Hwy 16 / Hwy 40 in North Battleford 02003-01-01c. 2003 Former Hwy 16; decommissioned in conjunction with the closure of the original Battlefords Bridge to vehicular traffic.
Hwy 16B (TCH) 3.8 2.4 Through North Battleford
Hwy 17 158.7 98.6 Hwy 14 near Macklin Onion Lake Runs along the Alberta-Saskatchewan border; cosigned as Alberta Highway 17 for the majority of its length; passes through Lloydminster.
Hwy 17 Hwy 32 near Empress, AB Hwy 14 / Hwy 17 near Macklin 01940-01-011940s Passed through Estuary and Alsask.[7][10]
Hwy 18 711.9 442.4 Hwy 13 near Robsart Manitoba border near Gainsborough Passes through Estevan.
Hwy 19 269.3 167.3 Hwy 18 near Mankota Hwy 15 near Hawarden
Hwy 20 291.1 180.9 Hwy 11 near Lumsden Hwy 3 near Birch Hills Passes through Humboldt.
Hwy 21 714.6 444.0 United States border at Willow Creek Hwy 919 / Hwy 950 in Meadow Lake Provincial Park Passes through Kindersley.
Hwy 21 Hwy 21 / Hwy 32 at Leader Onion Lake 01930-01-011930s Replaced by Hwy 17.
Hwy 22 273.4 169.9 Hwy 20 near Bulyea
Hwy 10 at Balcarres
Hwy 35 near Lipton
Manitoba border near Binscarth
42 km (26 mi) gap near Fort Qu'Appelle.
Hwy 23 165.6 102.9 Hwy 9 at Bertwell Hwy 55 near Carrot River
Hwy 23 Hwy 8 at Calder Manitoba border near MacNutt [7] 01940-01-011940s[10]
Hwy 23 28 17 Hwy 35 in Nipawin Hwy 23 / Hwy 123 near Carrot River Kelsey Trail 01970-01-011970s[11] Replaced by Hwy 55.[9][11]
Hwy 24 56.3 35.0 Hwy 3 in Spiritwood Chitek Lake
Hwy 25 27.0 16.8 Hwy 2 near St. Louis Hwy 3 near Birch Hills 01970-01-01c. 1970 current Former segment of Hwy 3.[7]
Hwy 26 198.3 123.2 Hwy 4 near North Battleford Hwy 224 / Hwy 950 at Goodsoil
Hwy 27 33.9 21.1 Hwy 41 at Aberdeen Hwy 2 near Prud'homme 01940-01-011940s current Former segment of Hwy 5.[6][10][8]
Hwy 27 50 31 Saskatoon Hwy 5 at Aberdeen 01940-01-011940s Replaced by Hwy 5.[6][10][8]
Hwy 28 59.8 37.2 Hwy 18 near Lake Alma Hwy 13 near Trossachs 01960-01-011960s current Former section of Hwy 18.[8][9]
Hwy 29 49.7 30.9 Hwy 14 at Wilkie Hwy 40 near Battleford
Hwy 29 Hwy 29 at Wilkie Hwy 31 at Plenty 01940-01-011940s Replaced by Hwy 657.[7][10]
Hwy 30 59.6 37.0 Eston Riverside Regional Park Hwy 7 near Brock
Hwy 30 123 76 Hwy 32 near Lemsford Hwy 31 near Kerrobert 01970-01-011970s Lemsford – Glidden section decommissioned in the 1950s (now Hwy 649);[7][8] remainder became Hwy 21.[11]
Hwy 31 185.3 115.1 Hwy 14 near Macklin Hwy 4 near Rosetown
Hwy 32 141.5 87.9 Hwy 21 at Leader Hwy 1 near Swift Current
Hwy 32 45 28 Alberta border near Empress, AB Hwy 21 / Hwy 32 at Leader 01930-01-011930s[6][7] 01940-01-011940s[8] Replaced by Hwy 741.
Hwy 33 138.9 86.3 Hwy 47 at Stoughton Hwy 1 in Regina
Hwy 34 62.3 38.7 United States border near Big Beaver Hwy 13 near Ogema U.S. border crossing permanently closed.
Hwy 35 568.9 353.5 United States border near Oungre Tobin Lake CanAm Highway
(U.S. Border – Weyburn)
Passes through Weyburn and Nipawin.
Hwy 35 50 31 Amisk Lake Manitoba border at Flin Flon 01967-01-011967[12][13] Discontinued segment of Hwy 35; connection was not constructed and renumbered to Hwy 167.[8]
Hwy 36 144.2 89.6 United States border near Coronach Hwy 2 near Moose Jaw
Hwy 37 186.2 115.7 United States border near Climax Hwy 32 at Cabri
Hwy 38 89.0 55.3 Hwy 5 at Kuroki Hwy 23 near Chelan
Hwy 39 263.5 163.7 United States border at North Portal Hwy 1 / Hwy 301 near Moose Jaw CanAm Highway
(Weyburn – Corinne)
Passes through Estevan and Weyburn.
Hwy 39A 11.2 7.0 Through Estevan 02015-01-012015 current Former Hwy 39.
Hwy 40 280.5 174.3 Alberta border near Marsden Hwy 3 near Shellbrook Poundmaker Trail
(Alberta – Battleford)
Passes through North Battleford.
Hwy 41 163.4 101.5 Hwy 5 in Saskatoon Hwy 3 / Hwy 3 in Melfort
Hwy 41 46 29 Alberta border near Compeer, AB Hwy 31 near Kerrobert 01940-01-011940s Replaced by Hwy 51.[7][10]
Hwy 41A 4.0 2.5 Hwy 41 near Melfort Hwy 3 near Melfort
Hwy 42 205.0 127.4 Hwy 2 at Tuxford Hwy 15 near Milden
Hwy 43 129.5 80.5 Hwy 4 near Neville Hwy 2 near Ettington
Hwy 44 329.0 204.4 Hwy 7 at Alsask Hwy 11 at Davidson
Hwy 45 115.5 71.8 Hwy 7 near Delisle Hwy 42 near Lucky Lake
Hwy 45 16 10 United States border at Port of Torquay Hwy 18 at Torquay 01930-01-011930s Replaced by Hwy 50;[6][7] now Hwy 350.[9]
Hwy 46 22.3 13.9 Hwy 6 / Hwy 11 in Regina Hwy 1 at Balgonie 01980-01-011980s current
Hwy 46 Former Hwy 29 near Plenty Former Hwy 1 near Biggar 01930-01-011930s Decommissioned and replaced by the Kerrobert–Biggar section of Hwy 51.[6][7]
Hwy 46 80 50 Claydon Hwy 4 near Masefield 01960-01-011960s 01970-01-011970s Replaced by Hwy 18.[9][11]
Hwy 47 358 222 United States border near Estevan Hwy 49 at Preeceville Passes through Estevan and Melville.
Hwy 48 237.8 147.8 Hwy 1 near White City Manitoba border near Maryfield 01976-01-011976 current Former Hwy 16.
Hwy 48 29 18 United States border at Willow Creek Hwy 13 at Govenlock 01960-01-011960s Replaced by Hwy 348;[9] now part of Hwy 21.[11]
Hwy 49 165.2 102.7 Hwy 1 near Fosston Manitoba border near Benito, MB
Hwy 50 16 10 United States border at Port of Torquay Hwy 18 at Torquay 01960-01-011960s Replaced by Hwy 350.[9]
Hwy 51 154.7 96.1 Alberta border near Compeer, AB Hwy 4 at Biggar
Hwy 52 70.4 43.7 Hwy 15 / Hwy 310 near Ituna Hwy 10A in Yorkton Former Hwy 10 alignment between Willowbrook and Yorkton.
Hwy 52A 3.1 1.9 Hwy 52 west of Yorkton Hwy 16 west of Yorkton 02012-01-012012 current
Hwy 53 20 12 Hwy 22 at Killaly Hwy 10 / Hwy 15 at Melville 01950-01-011950s Replaced by Hwy 47.[7][8]
Hwy 54 16.7 10.4 Hwy 11 near Lumsden Regina Beach
Hwy 55 650.1 404.0 Alberta border near Pierceland Hwy 9 at Mountain Cabin Northern Woods & Water Route Passes through Meadow Lake, Prince Albert and Nipawin.
Hwy 55 270 168 Alberta border near Alcurve, AB Hwy 3 / Hwy 55 at Shellbrook 01960-01-01c. 1960s Section replaced by Hwy 3.
Hwy 56 55.4 34.4 Hwy 1 at Indian Head Hwy 210 at Echo Valley Provincial Park
Hwy 57 19.3 12.0 Hwy 5 near Kamsack Manitoba border near Madge Lake
Hwy 58 130.5 81.1 Hwy 18 near Fir Mountain Hwy 1 / Hwy 19 at Chaplin
Hwy 60 23.2 14.4 Pike Lake Provincial Park Hwy 7 near Saskatoon
Hwy 80 66.7 41.4 Hwy 22 near Esterhazy Hwy 8 / Hwy 10 near Wroxton
Hwy 99 20.8 12.9 Hwy 22 near Craven Hwy 6 near Fairy Hill
  •       Former
  •       Proposed or unbuilt

Northern (100–199)[edit]

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

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Hwy 101 44 27 Cole Bay Hwy 155 01980-01-011980s Replaced by Hwy 965[11][14]
Hwy 102 220.9 137.3 Hwy 2 at La Ronge Southend
Hwy 104 47 29 Hwy 4 in Meadow Lake Provincial Park Keeley Lake 01980-01-011980s Replaced by Hwy 904[11][14]
Hwy 105 275 171 Hwy 102 near Southend Rabbit Lake mine 01980-01-011980s Replaced by Hwy 905[11][14]
Hwy 106 325.1 202.0 Hwy 55 near Smeaton Hwy 167 at Creighton Hanson Lake Road
Hwy 120 90.0 55.9 Hwy 55 near Meath Park Hwy 920 in Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Hwy 123 137.1 85.2 Hwy 23 / Hwy 55 north of Carrot River Cumberland House
Hwy 124 64 40 Hwy 55 near Green Lake Doré Lake 01980-01-011980s Replaced by Hwy 924[11][14]
Hwy 135 120.5 74.9 Hwy 106 west of Creighton Sandy Bay
Hwy 155 298.9 185.7 Hwy 55 at Green Lake Hwy 955 at La Loche 01947-01-011947 current
Hwy 163 105 65 Hwy 23 / Hwy 55 / Hwy 123 north of Carrot River Hwy 9 near Mountain Cabin Kelsey Trail 01980-01-011980s Replaced by Hwy 55[11][14]
Hwy 165 291.6 181.2 Hwy 155 near Beauval Hwy 106 near Big Sandy Lake
Hwy 167 49.4 30.7 Amisk Lake Manitoba border in Flin Flon 01967-01-01c. 1967 current Previously part of Hwy 35[8][12][13]
Hwy 169 120 75 Hwy 2 near Montreal Lake Hwy 2 / Hwy 165 south of La Ronge 01960-01-011960s 01980-01-011980s Former Hwy 2;[8] replaced by Hwy 969[11][14]
  •       Former

Secondary[edit]

200–299[edit]

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

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Hwy 201 19.2 11.9 Hwy 1 near Broadview Hwy 247 near West End
Hwy 202 12.5 7.8 Hwy 2 near Tuxford Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Hwy 209 4.9 3.0 Moose Mountain Provincial Park Hwy 9 near Kenosee Lake
Hwy 210 20.9 13.0 Hwy 10 southwest of Fort Qu'Appelle Hwy 35 in Fort Qu'Appelle
Hwy 211 6.5 4.0 Hwy 11 in Dundurn Blackstrap Provincial Park
Hwy 212 25.9 16.1 Fort Carlton Provincial Historic Park Hwy 11 at Duck Lake
Hwy 219 96.4 59.9 Hwy 44 near Cutbank Hwy 11 / Hwy 16 in Saskatoon Chief Whitecap Trail
Hwy 220 21.6 13.4 Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park Hwy 220 at Bulyea
Hwy 221 3.8 2.4 Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park Hwy 21 south of Maple Creek
Hwy 224 46.0 28.6 Hwy 26 / Hwy 954 near Goodsoil Hwy 4 / Hwy 904 near Dorintosh Entirely within Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Hwy 225 36.7 22.8 Hwy 312 near Batoche Hwy 2 near Domremy
Hwy 229 21.1 13.1 Hwy 47 near Good Spirit Acres Hwy 9 near Gorlitz
Hwy 240 56.7 35.2 Hwy 55 near Shellbrook Hwy 263 in Prince Albert National Park
Hwy 247 49.7 30.9 Hwy 47 near Melville Beach Hwy 9 near Stockholm
Hwy 255 22.8 14.2 Hwy 55 near Nipawin Tobin Lake
Hwy 263 63.4 39.4 Hwy 2 near Christopher Lake Hwy 264 at Waskesiu Lake Former section of Hwy 2
Hwy 264 14.0 8.7 Hwy 263 at Waskesiu Lake Hwy 2 east of Prince Albert National Park Former section of Hwy 2
Hwy 265 28.8 17.9 Hwy 926 / Hwy 970 Hwy 120 near Torch Lake
Hwy 271 53.8 33.4 Fort Walsh Hwy 21 in Maple Creek
  •       Former

300–399[edit]

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

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Hwy 301 21.3 13.2 Hwy 1 / Hwy 39 near Moose Jaw Hwy 202 near Buffalo Pound Prov. Park
Hwy 302 72.2 44.9 Nisbet Provincial Forest Weldon Ferry Passes through Prince Albert
Hwy 303 82.2 51.1 Hwy 16 near Lloydminster Hwy 26 in Turtleford
Hwy 304 48.5 30.1 Hwy 26 near Loon Lake Hwy 4 near Meadow Lake
Hwy 305 30.2 18.8 Hwy 16 near Langham Hwy 11 at Warman Former section of Hwy 5
Hwy 306 66.8 41.5 Hwy 6 near Estlin Hwy 35 near Cedoux
Hwy 307 47.0 29.2 Hwy 7 near Flaxcombe Hwy 21 near Coleville
Hwy 308 14.8 9.2 Hwy 8 near Rocanville Manitoba border near Welwyn
Hwy 309 18.0 11.2 Hwy 9 near Ebenezer Hwy 637 / Hwy 726 at Rhein
Hwy 310 130.8 81.3 Hwy 10 near Balcarres Hwy 5 at Kuroki
Hwy 312 78.0 48.5 Hwy 12 near Hepburn Hwy 2 near Wakaw
Hwy 314 76 47 Former Hwy 14 near Springside Hwy 49 at Preeceville 01976-01-011976 Replaced by Hwy 47
Hwy 316 16.0 9.9 Clavet Hwy 5 east of Saskatoon
Hwy 317 94.0 58.4 Hwy 7 near Marengo Hwy 31 at Primate
Hwy 318 27.9 17.3 Hwy 18 at Carnduff Hwy 361 near Alida
Hwy 319 52 32 Hwy 19 near Mankota Wood Mountain 01970-01-011970s Replaced by Hwy 18[9][11]
Hwy 320 26.2 16.3 Hwy 2 near Domremy Hwy 20 near Crystal Springs
Hwy 321 33.0 20.5 Alberta border near Burstall Hwy 21 near Liebenthal
Hwy 322 29.3 18.2 Hwy 20 north of Craven Hwy 220 west of Bulyea
Hwy 324 18.1 11.2 Hwy 378 near Redfield Range Road 3120 near Mayfair
Hwy 330 94 58 Hwy 31 / Hwy 51 near Kerrobert Hwy 40 near Cut Knife 01970-01-011970s Replaced by Hwy 21[9][11]
Hwy 332 43.7 27.2 Hwy 633 at Hazlet Hwy 32 near Cantuar
Hwy 334 95.6 59.4 Hwy 13 / Hwy 34 near Ogema Hwy 6 / Hwy 39 at Corinne
Hwy 335 50.5 31.4 Hwy 6 at Gronlid Hwy 23 near Arborfield
Hwy 336 23 14 Hwy 2 near Rockglen Hwy 36 near Coronach 01970-01-011970s Replaced by Hwy 18[9][11]
Hwy 339 49.4 30.7 Hwy 334 at Avonlea Hwy 39 near Drinkwater
Hwy 340 30.4 18.9 Hwy 16 at Radisson Hwy 40 at Hafford
Hwy 342 123.3 76.6 Hwy 44 at Plato Hwy 42 near Beechy
Hwy 343 33.8 21.0 Hwy 631 at Simmie Hwy 4 near Blumenort
Hwy 344 28 17 Hwy 42 near Dinsmore Hwy 45 near Macrorie 01970-01-011970s Replaced by Hwy 44[9][11]
Hwy 345 32 20 Hwy 45 near Macrorie Hwy 19 near Loreburn 01970-01-011970s Replaced by Hwy 44[9][11]
Hwy 349 69.1 42.9 Hwy 6 at Naicam Hwy 38 near Nobleville
Hwy 350 16.4 10.2 United States border at Port of Torquay Hwy 18 at Torquay
Hwy 354 20.1 12.5 Hwy 11 at Bethune Hwy 733 at Dilke
Hwy 355 43.5 27.0 Hwy 788 west of Spruce Home Hwy 55 near Meath Park
Hwy 357 20.5 12.7 Hwy 8 south of Kamsack Hwy 5 / Hwy 369 near Togo
Hwy 358 42.5 26.4 Hwy 18 near Wood Mountain Hwy 13 near Limerick
Hwy 361 120.5 74.9 Hwy 47 near Cullen Manitoba border near Fertile
Hwy 362 4.2 2.6 Hwy 1 near Emerald Park Hwy 46 near Pilot Butte Pilot Butte Access Road Unsigned highway
Hwy 363 199.8 124.1 Hwy 4 near Swift Current Hwy 2 in Moose Jaw
Hwy 364 37.3 23.2 Hwy 1 / Hwy 46 near Balgonie Hwy 10 near Edgeley
Hwy 365 35.2 21.9 Hwy 2 in Watrous Hwy 16 near Plunkett
Hwy 367 23.8 14.8 Hwy 42 near Eyebrow Hwy 19 near Bridgeford
Hwy 368 89.4 55.6 Hwy 5 near Muenster Hwy 3 at Beatty
Hwy 369 20.9 13.0 Hwy 5 / Hwy 357 near Togo Hwy 10 west of Roblin, MB Former section of Hwy 5[8][9]
Hwy 371 41.4 25.7 Alberta border near Horsham Hwy 21 near Fox Valley
Hwy 373 14.0 8.7 Hwy 42 east of Lucky Lake Hwy 45 at Birsay
Hwy 374 50.0 31.1 Hwy 21 west of Tramping Lake Hwy 14 north of Scott
Hwy 375 3.3 2.1 Township Road 412 at Hepburn Hwy 12 near Hepburn Hepburn Access Road Unsigned highway
Hwy 376 120.5 74.9 Hwy 14 near Asquith Hwy 324 near Redfield
Hwy 377 22.9 14.2 Hwy 6 near Ceylon Hwy 28 in Radville
Hwy 378 108.2 67.2 Hwy 4 near North Battleford Hwy 3 / Hwy 24 at Spiritwood
Hwy 379 18.4 11.4 Hwy 4 near Wymark Township Road 132 at McMahon
Hwy 381 24.5 15.2 Hwy 80 north of Churchbridge Manitoba border near MacNutt
Hwy 394 10.5 6.5 Hwy 16 near Saskatoon Hwy 316 near Clavet Patience Lake Road Unsigned highway
Hwy 396 3.0 1.9 Hwy 668 near Guernsey Hwy 16 near Guernsey Unsigned highway
Hwy 397 30.2 18.8 Hwy 665 / Hwy 763 at Allan Hwy 16 near Elstow
  •       Former

Municipal roads[edit]

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.

Northern secondary (900–999)[edit]

These are roads that generally provide access to isolated, northern communities. Most of these highways are unpaved for their entire length[1]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Hwy 903 179 111 Hwy 55 near Meadow Lake Cole Bay
Hwy 904 47 29 Hwy 4 / Hwy 224 near Dorintosh Meadow Lake Prov. Park northern boundary Formerly Hwy 104.[11][14]
Hwy 905 456 283 Hwy 102 near Southend Black Lake Formerly Hwy 105.[11][14]
Hwy 908 21 13 Île-à-la Crosse Hwy 155 near Île-à-la Crosse
Hwy 909 30 19 Hwy 155 near Bear Creek Turnor Lake
Hwy 910 33 21 Hwy 165 near Lac La Ronge First Nation Besnard Lake
Hwy 911 31 19 Hwy 106 south of Deschambault Lake Deschambault Lake
Hwy 912 101 63 Hwy 913 near Narrow Hills Prov. Park Lac La Ronge Prov. Park
Hwy 913 65 40 Hwy 120 near White Gull Lake Hwy 106 in Narrow Hills Prov. Park
Hwy 914 268 167 Hwy 165 south of Pinehouse Key Lake mine
Hwy 915 36 22 Hwy 102 near La Ronge Stanley Mission
Hwy 916 112 70 Hwy 2 north of Montreal Lake Hwy 924 at Sled Lake
Hwy 917 25 16 Hwy 916 near Smoothstone Lake Doré Lake
Hwy 918 92 57 Hwy 165 near Beauval Patuanak
Hwy 919 46 29 Hwy 21 / Hwy 950 in Meadow Lake Prov. Park Cold Lake Air Weapons Range
Hwy 920 40 25 Hwy 106 / Hwy 120 in Narrow Hills Prov. Park Hwy 933
Hwy 921 25 16 Hwy 916 Hwy 937 / Hwy 939
Hwy 922 93 58 Hwy 55 near Bodmin Hwy 916 near Sled Lake
Hwy 923 17 11 Hwy 922 dead end
Hwy 924 64 40 Hwy 55 near Cowan Lake Doré Lake Formerly Hwy 124.[11][14]
Hwy 925 76 47 Hwy 155 near Buffalo Narrows Michel Village
Hwy 926 79 49 Hwy 120 near Candle Lake Hwy 969 near Montreal Lake
Hwy 927 24 15 Hwy 912 near Narrow Hills Prov. Park East Trout-Nipekamew Lake Prov. Rec. Site
Hwy 928 10 6 Hwy 120 near Narrow Hills Prov. Park Harding Road
Hwy 929 30 19 Hwy 916 near Smoothstone Lake dead end
Hwy 930 14 9 Hwy 2 near Montreal Lake Hwy 969 near Montreal Lake Replaced by Hwy 969.
Hwy 931 5 3 Hwy 926 Snowfield Lakes
Hwy 932 20 12 Hwy 920 near Narrow Hills Prov. Park Hwy 106
Hwy 933 10 6 Hwy 920 Hwy 106
Hwy 934 14 9 Hwy 912 near Wapawekka Lake dead end
Hwy 935 8 5 Hwy 165 Lac La Ronge First Nation
Hwy 936 30 19 Hwy 2 north of Weyakwin dead end
Hwy 937 5 3 Pear Lake Road Hwy 921 / Hwy 939
Hwy 938 7 4 Hwy 921 near Randall Lake dead end
Hwy 939 38 24 Hwy 916 Hwy 921 / Hwy 937
Hwy 940 5 3 Delaronde Lake Hwy 922 north of Bodmin
Hwy 941 22 14 Hwy 904 in Meadow Lake Prov. Park Waterhen Lake
Hwy 942 56 35 Hwy 55 near Bodmin local road Cowan Lake Road
Hwy 943 69 43 Hwy 698 near Meetoos Hwy 942 near Big River
Hwy 945 25 16 Hwy 24 near Chitek Lake Hwy 943 near Island Lake
Hwy 946 33 21 Hwy 24 at Leoville Hwy 943
Hwy 950 35 22 Hwy 21 / Hwy 919 near Pierceland Hwy 26 / Hwy 224 near Goodsoil Entirely within Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Hwy 951 15 9 Hwy 941 near Waterhen Lake Hwy 903 east of Waterhen Lake
Hwy 952 18 11 Hwy 263 near Emma Lake Hwy 953 near Anglin Lake
Hwy 953 32 20 Hwy 263 near Emma Lake Hwy 2 near Anglin Lake
Hwy 954 13 8 Hwy 26 near Goodsoil Lac des Îles
Hwy 955 245 152 Hwy 155 near La Loche Cluff Lake mine Semchuk Trail Formerly Hwy 155[11][14]
Hwy 956 44 27 Alberta border near Garson Lake Hwy 155 near La Loche Garson Lake Road
Hwy 962 40 25 Uranium City Beaverlodge Lake Disconnected from the rest of Saskatchewan highway system.
Hwy 963 15 9 Meeyomoot Road Hwy 913 MacDonnell Lake Road
Hwy 964 18 11 Black Lake Stony Rapids Replaced by Hwy 905.[15][16]
Hwy 965 46 29 Hwy 903 near Cole Bay Hwy 155 near Beauval Formerly Hwy 101.[11][14]
Hwy 966 30 19 Hwy 905 near Stony Rapids dead end
Hwy 967 5 3 Sturgeon Landing Manitoba border
Hwy 968 2 1 Serves Fond-du-Lac
Hwy 969 120 75 Hwy 2 near Montreal Lake Hwy 165 south of La Ronge Formerly Hwy 169.[11][14]
Hwy 970 15 9 Hwy 265 / Hwy 926 near Clearsand Lake dead end
Hwy 980 85 53 Range Road 1304 Hwy 3 near Armit
Hwy 981 22 14 Township Road 441 Hwy 3 near Armit Garson Lake Road
Hwy 982 57 35 Hwy 8 at Swan Plain Hwy 9 south of Hudson Bay
Hwy 983 54 34 Hwy 984 near Somme Hwy 982 in McBride Lake Prov. Reserve
Hwy 984 18 11 dead end Hwy 984 near Somme
Hwy 994 1.1 0.7 Kinoosao Manitoba border
Hwy 995 5 3 Wollaston Lake Hatchet Lake
Hwy 999 11 7 Lake Athabasca Camsell Portage Disconnected from the rest of Saskatchewan highway system.
  •       Former

References[edit]

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  2. ^ National Highway System National Highway System 2015-2016 (PDF) (Map). Government of Saskatchewan.
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  4. ^ Google. "McBride Lake Road in Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2015-07-15.
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  12. ^ a b Infrastructure and Transportation (1966–1967). The Province of Manitoba Official Highway Map (PDF) (Map). Province of Manitoba. § A-11.
  13. ^ a b Infrastructure and Transportation (1968). The Province of Manitoba Official Highway Map (PDF) (Map). Province of Manitoba. § A-11.
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  15. ^ Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation (1998). 1998 Saskatchewan Official Road Map (Map). Queen's Printer. § E-11.
  16. ^ Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation (2002). 2002-2003 Saskatchewan Official Road Map (Map). Queen's Printer. § E-11.

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