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Saskatchewan running triple trailer turnpike trial

REGINA, Sask. -- Saskatchewan is running a triple trailer turnpike trial between Regina and Saskatoon.


REGINA, Sask. — Saskatchewan is running a triple trailer turnpike trial between Regina and Saskatoon.

The province announced special restrictions have been placed on the vehicles to ensure their safe operation.

The turnpike triples can be up to 58 metres long. Participating carriers must pay a $2,000 per year administration fee and pass a pre-entry audit. They must also maintain detailed trip records for two calendar years.

The triples in the test must be a B-train configuration and are only allowed to operate on Hwy. 11 between Regina and Saskatoon between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. For a complete list of restrictions and more program information, download the pdf under the Documents tab. For more info, call Mike Burnett at 306-787-9163 or Bruce Morrison at 306-787-1696.


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1 Comment » for Saskatchewan running triple trailer turnpike trial
  1. Dave says:

    Might work, but they should first learn how to keep two on the road, think it was just last week there was one laying in the ditch on it’s side near grenfell and broadview.

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