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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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  Intelligent Transportation System Deployment Strategy for Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan's transportation system is essential to the province's economic and social well-being. The provincial transportation system connects rural Saskatchewan with the urban centres throughout the province. It also connects Saskatchewan with neighbouring provinces and our major trading partner, the United States. It supports tourism and international trade.
  Parallel Process on Roads – Saskatchewan Road Impact Analysis
Saskatchewan is experiencing massive impacts to its provincial highway and municipal road systems. These impacts are the direct result of changes in federal policies that have led to rail line abandonment and elevator consolidation. As rail lines have been abandoned and elevators closed, the road system has seen dramatic increases in grain haul because producers have been forced to haul their grain longer distances to reach elevators.
  Partnering for the Future - A Transportation Vision for Canada
The provincial Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety have prepared this document as a means of opening dialogue with the federal government on ways to improve Canada's transportation system and to lay the foundations for an effective transportation system that will move us forward in the 21st Century.
  Prince Albert Second River Crossing Executive Summary - Jan. 10, 2013
PA Second River Crossing Executive Summary - Jan. 10, 2013
  Regional Airports in Saskatchewan: A Review Report
On April 30, 2001 Saskatchewan Highways and Infrastructure initiated a review of issues affecting regional airports with special reference to airports in southern Saskatchewan that do not receive schedule service.
  Saskatchewan's Analysis of the Report of the CANADA TRANSPORTATION ACT - Review Panel - June 2001
The primary intent of this analysis was to treat the CTA Review process in good faith as a learning exercise for all involved. The analysis assesses the recommendations of the Panel in the light of the evidence and reasoning they present, and assesses them against current Saskatchewan positions as presented in their two formal submissions to the Panel.