Saskatchewan Highway 14

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Saskatchewan Highway 14 shield

Highway 14
Route information
Maintained by Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
& Transport Canada
Length: 250 km (155 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Alberta border near Macklin
continues as Hwy 13
  Hwy 17 near Macklin
Hwy 31 at Macklin
Hwy 21 at Unity
Hwy 29 at Wilkie
Hwy 4 at Biggar
Hwy 7 in Saskatoon
East end: Hwy 11 / Hwy 16 (TCH) / Circle Drive in Saskatoon
Location
Major cities: Saskatoon
Towns: Macklin, Unity, Wilkie, Biggar
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 13 Hwy 15

Highway 14 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from the Alberta border where it becomes Highway 13 to intersection of Circle Drive and 22nd Street in Saskatoon. It is approximately 250 km (160 mi) long.

Prior to 1976, Highway 14 ran the width of the province, continuing east from Saskatoon to the Manitoba border where it tranistioned to PTH 4. In 1970, the portion of Highway 14 east of Saskatoon was made part of the Yellowhead Highway along with the section of Highway 5 running west of Saskatoon. Six years later, in 1976, these two sections were re-designated as Highway 16 so that the Yellowhead Highway would carry one number through the four Western provinces (Manitoba would follow suit the next year, redesignating PTH 4 to PTH 16).

Though Highway 14 is one of the three major highways leading from Saskatoon to Alberta, it is less used than Highway 7 or Highway 16 as the other highways provide direct access to Calgary and Edmonton respectively.

Major communities that Highway 14 passes through are Macklin, Unity, Wilke, Biggar, Asquith, and Saskatoon.[1]

Photo Gallery[edit]

Major Intersections[edit]

From west to east:[2][3]

Rural municipality Location km mi Destinations Notes
Continues as Hwy 13 west – Provost, Killam, Camrose
Eye Hill No. 382 0 0.0 AlbertaSaskatchewan border Hwy 14 begins
Macklin 4 2.5 Hwy 17 north – Lloydminster
5 3.1 Hwy 31 south – Luseland, Kerrobert
Evesham 14 8.7 road Passes by Evesham
19 12 Senlac Access Road – Senlac
Grass Lake No. 381 /
Senlac No. 411
27 17 Hwy 680 south – Denzil
39 24 Hwy 675 north – Neilburg Hwy 675 concurrecny begins
Round Valley No. 410 47 29 Hwy 675 south – Luseland Hwy 675 concurrecny ends
Unity 63 39 Hwy 21 – Cut Knife, Maidstone, Kerrobert, Kindersley
Buffalo No. 409 /
Tramping Lake No. 380
27 17 Hwy 374 south – Scott
Buffalo No. 409 /
Reford No. 379
Wilkie 93 58 Hwy 29 north – The Battlefords Hwy 14 branches south
Reford No. 379 104 65 Hwy 657 south – Handel
Landis 124 77 Hwy 656 south – Leney, Harris Hwy 656 concurrency begins
Rosemount No. 378 126 78 Hwy 656 east – Cando Hwy 656 concurrency ends
Biggar No. 347 Biggar 160 99 Hwy 4 south – Rosetown, Swift Current
To Hwy 51 east – Kerrobert
Hwy 4 concurrency begins
161 100 Hwy 4 north – The Battlefords, Meadow Lake Hwy 4 concurrency ends
Perdue No. 346 Perdue 191 119 Hwy 655 south – Leney, Harris Hwy 655 concurrency begins
194 121 Hwy 655 north – Arelee Hwy 655 concurrency ends
↑ / ↓ 211 131 Hwy 376 north – Sonningdale, Maymont
Vanscoy No. 345 Asquith 215 134 road Passes by Asquith
216 134 Hwy 673 south – Delisle
224 139 Hwy 672 north Hwy 672 concurrency begins
232 144 Hwy 672 south – Grandora, Vanscoy Hwy 672 concurrency ends
City of Saskatoon 247 153 Hwy 7 west – Rosetown, Kindersley, Calgary
Hwy 684 north – Dalmeny
Hwy 7 concurrency begins
Becomes 22nd Street W
250 160 Circle DriveAirport
Hwy 11 – Prince Albert, Regina
YellowheadShield.jpg Hwy 16 (TCH) – Yorkton, The Battlefords, Edmonton
Hwy 7 / Hwy 14 ends[4]
253 157 Idylwyld Drive
To Hwy 11 / Hwy 16 (TCH)
To Hwy 5 east – Humboldt
Former Hwy 7 / Hwy 14 terminus
Continues as 22nd Street E to City Centre
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Closed/former
  •       Concurrency terminus

References[edit]

Route map: Bing / Google

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ Saskatchewan Official Road Map (Map) (2015/2016 ed.). Saskatchewan Government. § A-4, B-4, C-4
  2. ^ "Google Maps". Google Maps. Retrieved 29 April 2016. 
  3. ^ Saskatchewan Road Atlas (2007 ed.). Oshawa, ON: MapArt Publishing Corp. pp. 22, 23, 31, 32. 
  4. ^ "22 St W - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan". Google Street View. Google. October 2015. Retrieved 30 April 2016.