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(Executive Council) May. 30, 2013 - Bridgework, paving and patching are just a few of the nearly 40 construction projects that are currently underway on Saskatchewan highways this week.
  Asphalt Paving Contractors and Suppliers of Asphalt Paving Mixtures
(Finance) PST Bulletin 28: Information for Asphalt Paving Contractors and Suppliers of Asphalt Paving Mixtures
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  G-5.1 Reg 140 - The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Regulations, 2007
(Publications Saskatchewan) formerly under The Government Organization Act (G-5.1) which was repealed by Chapter E-13.1 of the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 2014 (effective August 15, 2014). These Regulations continue in force under The Executive Government Administration Act (E-13.1).
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  Major Projects Map
(Highways and Infrastructure) Major projects.
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  OC 395/2013 - ACS Public Sector Solutions, Inc. Funding Agreement for $1,600,000–Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) Program in Rural Highway Construction (Work) Zones (Minister Responsible for Corrections & Policing/Minister of Justice & Attorney General)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 468/2013 - Crown Land Transfer to the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure – Widening of Highway 263 (Minister of Environment)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 8/2017 - Crown Land Transfer to the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure (Public Road Right of Way) – Emma Lake Landfill (Minister of Environment)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  Orange Zone
(Highways and Infrastructure) Highway consturction and maintenance zones(orange zones) are dangerous. Reduce your speed, use extra care and save lives.
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  Preservation Program
(Highways and Infrastructure) Preservation provides for the rehabilitation and preventive maintenance.
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  Road construction
(Highways and Infrastructure) Saskatchewan Highways and Instructure is responsible for the construction, maintenance and operation of more than 26 000 km of provincial highways throughout Saskatchewan. This network, vast as it is, represents only a small component of the province's total road system.
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  Seal Coating in Saskatchewan
(Highways and Infrastructure) In the five step seal coating process, about 5 mm of hot liquid asphalt is sprayed on the road surface.
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  Terminology for Road Construction or Maintenance
(Highways and Infrastructure) The following are the definitions and terminology Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure uses to describe various conditions that you may encounter on our provincial highway system. These are standard terms you will see when we post highways conditions on our web-site or you will hear when accessing our recorded road information by telephone
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