Saskatchewan Highway 48

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Highway 48
Route information
Length: 238 km[1] (148 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 1 (TCH) near White City
  Hwy 35 between Vibank and Odessa
Hwy 47 near Glenavon
Hwy 9 near Moose Mountain
Hwy 8 at Fairlight
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 Manitoba–Saskatchewan border, where it becomes Provincial Road 257. Highway 48 is about 238 km (148 mi) long.

This highway was 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.

The original Highway 48 was located in southwestern Saskatchewan, travelling from the Willow Creek Border Crossing to Highway 13 at Govenlock.[2] The route was renumbered to Highway 348 in the 1960s[3] before becaming part of Highway 21 in the 1970s.[4]

Major intersections[edit]

For west to east:

Rural municipality Location km[1] mi Destinations Notes
Edenwold No. 158 0 0.0 Hwy 1 (TCH) – Regina, Winnipeg Interchange under construction[5]
Jameson 7 4.3 Hwy 622 – Balgonie, Kronau
South Qu'Appelle No. 157 16 9.9 Hwy 621 – Lajord
Lajord No. 128 Davin 22 14 Hwy 620 north – McLean West end of Hwy 620 concurrency
Francis No. 127 30 19 Hwy 620 south – Sedley East end of Hwy 620 concurrency
Vibank 34 21 Main Street
40 25 Hwy 35 – Qu'Appelle, Francis, Weyburn
Odessa 46 29 Main Street
Montmartre No. 126 Kendal 59 37 Hwy 619 north – Indian Head
Montmartre 72 45 Hwy 606 north – Sintaluta West end of Hwy 606 concurrency
73 45 Hwy 606 south – Fillmore East end of Hwy 606 concurrency
85 53 Hwy 617 north – Wolseley West end of Hwy 617 concurrency
Candiac 86 53 Range Road 2101
Glenavon 94 58 Hwy 617 south East end of Hwy 617 concurrency
Chester No. 125 103 64 Hwy 47 – Grenfell, Stoughton, Estevan
Peebles 110 68 Hwy 616 north – Grenfell West end of Hwy 616 concurrency
116 72 Hwy 616 south East end of Hwy 616 concurrency
Windthorst 120 75 Angus Street
Kingsley No. 124 Kipling 136 85 Hwy 605 / Hwy 709 east – Broadview
Hazelwood No. 94
No major junctions
Wawken No. 93 Kennedy 158 98  
161 100 Hwy 9 north – Whitewood, Yorkton Hwy 48 branches south; west end of Hwy 9 concurrency
171 106 Hwy 711 west
174 108 Hwy 9 south – Moose Mountain Provincial Park, Carlyle Hwy 48 branches east; east end of Hwy 9 concurrency
Wawota 192 119 Hwy 603 south
Walpole No. 92 202 126 Hwy 601 north – Wapella West end of Hwy 601 concurrency
203 126 Hwy 601 south East end of Hwy 601 concurrency
Maryfield No. 91 Fairlight 219 136 Hwy 8 – Moosomin, Redvers
Maryfield 229 142 Hwy 600 – Fleming
238 148 Manitoba border
Continues as PR 257 east – Virden
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Google (August 30, 2017). "Highway 48 in Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved August 30, 2017. 
  2. ^ The H.M. Gousha Company (1951). "Saskatchewan & Manitoba" (Map). Shell Highway Map of Western United States. The Shell Oil Company. 
  3. ^ Department of Highways and Transportation (1972). Saskatchewan Official Highway Map (Map). Queen's Printer. 
  4. ^ Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation (1980). Official Highway Map (Map). Queen's Printer. 
  5. ^ "Regina Bypass: Map + Facts". Regina Bypass. Government of Saskatchewan. 2016. Retrieved August 30, 2017.