Saskatchewan Highway 730
|Length||31.3 km (19.4 mi)|
|West end||Hwy 642 near Stony Beach|
|East end||Regina city limits|
|Length||15.8 km (9.8 mi)|
Dewdney Avenue is an east-west collector road in central Regina, Saskatchewan; it is split into two sections by the Canadian Pacific Railway mainline. It is named after Edgar Dewdney, who was Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories who made the decision to move the territorial capital from Battleford to Regina.
Dewdney Avenue begins as a continuation of Highway 730 at the west city limits and passes RCMP Academy, Depot Division. East of Lewvan Drive, it passes Evraz Place (formerly known as Regina Exhibition Park), which is the site of Mosaic Stadium. Between Albert Street and Broad Street, Dewdney Avenue passes through the Regina’s historic Warehouse District, just north of downtown. Dewdney Avenue is split by the CPR mainline, between Toronto Street and Winnipeg Street. East of Winnipeg Street, it continues east as a collector road through residential neighbourhoods.
From west to east:
|Pense No. 160||Stony Beach||0.0||0.0||Hwy 642 – Bethune, Belle Plaine||Hwy 730 western terminus|
|||13.0||8.1||Hwy 641 – Lumsden, Pense|
|Sherwood No. 159||||26.0||16.2||Range Road 2212 – Grand Coulee|
|City of Regina||31.3|
|Regina Bypass||Interchange under construction; Hwy 730 eastern terminus|
|3.7||2.3||McCarthy Boulevard – RCMP Academy (Depot Division)|
|5.8||3.6||Lewvan Drive – Regina International Airport|
|300 m (980 ft) gap in Dewdney Avenue|
|11.2||7.0||Ring Road (Hwy 6 north / Hwy 11 north)||Interchange; southbound exit, northbound entrance|
|13.7||8.5||Prince of Wales Drive|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Google (October 12, 2017). "Highway 730 in Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 12, 2017.
- Google (October 12, 2017). "Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 12, 2017.
- MapArt; Peter Heiler (2007). Saskatchewan Road Atlas (Map) (2007 ed.). 1:540,000. Oshawa, ON: Peter Heiler Ltd. pp. 41–42. ISBN 1-55368-020-0.
- "Map + Facts". Regina Bypass. Saskatchewan Highways & Infrastructure. 2017. Retrieved October 12, 2017.
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