More roadwork for Sask. highways

BETHUNE, Sask. — The Saskatchewan government continues to upgrade the provinces roads, and the latest to receive attention is Hwy. 11 north of Bethune.

A 19.4-kilometre stretch is about to be resurfaced, and work will continue on the $1.9 million project until the end of August.

Only the northbound lanes of Hwy. 11 will receive attention, with work running from the Hwy. 354 junction to Hwy. 2 just west of Findlater.

“Highway 11 carries a high volume of traffic and it’s a priority to keep this highway in good condition,” says Highways and Transportation Minister Pat Atkinson. “Motorists in this area will notice major improvements to Highway 11 once work is finished.

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