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Construction to begin on Highway 4 in North Battleford

Highway construction is set to begin on major roadways across Saskatchewan, including two sets of passing lanes on Highway 4 between North Battleford and Cochin.

The Government of Saskatchewan has a Highways and Infrastructure budget of $924.5 million for 2018, and that money is already being put to use as construction season gets underway.

“Our government is making a major commitment to improving safety on some of our busiest highways,” says Highways and Infrastructure Minister David Marit.

Highways 6 and 39 will also see there passing lanes worked on this year, as they are major roads for truckers.

Saskatchewan has invested about $118 million for repaving and preventative maintenance as well, which includes repaving Highway 4 north of North Battleford and Highway 26 between Vawn and Mervin.

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Drivers can expect road work in every region of the province throughout the construction season. For more information on road restrictions visit the Highway Hotline.

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