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  Bridge Structure Clearance
(Highways and Infrastructure) This booklet is compiled to act as a guide only. Due to construction work in any given year, the clearnces outlined in this booklet may very. In addition, structures may be erected and not included in until the first quarter of the following year.
  Bulk Haul Partnerships
(Highways and Infrastructure) Trucking Partnership Agreements may be entered into to allow multiple trips, on defined routes,to allow multiple trips, on defined routes, with trucks that carry divisible loads and exceed the regulated weights for provincial highways.
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  Clearances
(Highways and Infrastructure) The information contained in this category refers specifically to structures owned and maintained by Saskatchewan Highways.
  Commercial Drivers Hours of Service Regulations
(Highways and Infrastructure) This document is prepared for the assistance of Department personnel and does not constitute an interpretation of or opinion on the meaning of relevant legisation or regulations.
  Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulations (Effective January 1, 2007)
(Highways and Infrastructure) This document is prepared for the assistance of Ministry personnel and does not constitute an interpretation of or opinion on the meaning of relevant legislation or regulations.
  Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulations/Règlement sur les heures de service des conducteurs de vĂ©hicule utilitaire
(Publications Saskatchewan) under the Motor Vehicle Transport Act/Loi sur les transports routiers (M-12.01) - Consolidated Regulations of Canada Registration SOR/2005-313, October 25, 2005/Enregistrement DORS/2005-313, Le 25 octobre 2005.
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  Dimensional Permit Condition for Provincial Highways
(Highways and Infrastructure) This is a basic guide for permits that are required for the movement of loads exceeding the legal limits. The information provided is subject to The Highways and Transportation Act, 1997 and "The Vehicle Weight and Dimension Regulation". Where conflicts may arise, this information will be superseded by the appropriate legislation.
  Driver Clearance Cerfication Requirements for Transporting Explosives to the U.S.A.
(Highways and Infrastructure) Recent U.S. legislation requires that Canadian truckers who transport explosives into the U.S. apply for a transportation Security Clearance. Arrangements have been made between Transport Canada and the U.S. Security Transprotation Administration to facilitate this process for Canadian truckers.
  Driver's Guide To Hours Of Service
(Highways and Infrastructure) Driver's of commercial vehicles are limited in the number of hours they can drive. Saskatchewan has provincial hours of service regulations. These regulations apply to drivers of commercial vehicles whose trip is totally within province. There are also federal regulations. regulations apply to drivers whose trip takes them across provincial or international boundaries. This guide covers both the federal and provincial Hours of Service.
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  H-3.01 Reg 11 - The Trip Inspection Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Highways and Transportation Act, 1997
  H-3.01 Reg 6 - The Security of Loads Regulations, 2013
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Highways and Transportation Act, 1997
  H-3.01 Reg 8 - The Vehicle Weight and Dimension Regulations, 2010
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Highways and Transportation Act, 1997
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  Incremental Road Damage and Transportation Savings
(Highways and Infrastructure) Transportation Partnership Agreements may be entered into to allow multiple trips with trucks that carry divisible loads and exceed the regulated weights and/or dimensions.
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  Maximum Adjustment Limits for Clamp Style Brakes
(Highways and Infrastructure) Related to Operation Air Brake.
  Ministry of Highways
(Highways and Infrastructure) The maximum allowable weight at which a B-train truck tractor and semi-trailer combination can operate on the provincial highway system.
  Motor Vehicle Transport Act/Loi sur les transports routiers
(Publications Saskatchewan) Revised Statutes of Canada Chapter M-12.01, R.S., 1985, c. 29 (3rd Supp.)/L.R., 1985, ch. 29 (3e suppl.)
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  OC 132/2014 - The Vehicle Weight and Dimension Amendment Regulations, 2014 (Minister of Highways and Infrastructure)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 180/2014 - Corporation and Board of Directors of The Global Transportation Hub Authority Membership Changes (Minister Responsible for The Global Transportation Hub Authority)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 410/2018 - The Vehicle Weight and Dimension (Miscellaneous) Amendment Regulations, 2018 (Minister of Highways and Infrastructure)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 441/2013 - Proclaim The Global Transportation Hub Authority Act on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 (Minister Responsible for The Global Transportation Hub Authority)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 442/2013 - Appoint Bryan Richards, Saskatoon as Chief Executive Officer of The Global Transportation Hub Authority (Minister Responsible for The Global Transportation Hub Authority)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 485/2016 - Corporation and Board of Directors of The Global Transportation Hub Authority Membership Changes (Minister Responsible for The Global Transportation Hub Authority)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 517/2015 - The Vehicle Weight and Dimension Amendment Regulations, 2015 (Minister of Highways and Infrastructure)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 523/2016 - Corporation and Board of Directors of The Global Transportation Hub Authority Membership Changes (Minister Responsible for The Global Transportation Hub Authority)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 524/2016 - Board of Directors of Saskatchewan Transportation Company Membership Changes (Minister of Crown Investments/Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Transportation Company)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 538/2015 - The Commercial Vehicle and Drivers (Record-Keeping) Amendment Regulations, 2015 (Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Government Insurance)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 605/2014 - Corporation and Board of Directors of The Global Transportation Hub Authority Membership Changes (Minister Responsible for The Global Transportation Hub Authority)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 660/2013 - Disposal of Land to SaskPower for $24,780,399.95 (145 acres) (Minister Responsible for The Global Transportation Hub Authority)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 674/2010 - The Vehicle Weight and Dimension Regulations, 2010 (Minister of Highways and Infrastructure)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  Official spring road restriction orders
(Highways and Infrastructure) OFFICIAL SPRING ROAD RESTRICTION ORDERS Spring Road Restrictions typically are in effect from early March to mid May each year. These restrictions are established by order of the Minister of Highways for Saskatchewan. Orders are published each Tuesday and Friday (with the exception of Good Friday) throughout the spring season.
  Operation Air Brake
(Highways and Infrastructure) In 1996, the Transport Compliance Branch, in partnership with Saskatchewan Government Insurance and the Saskatchewan Professional Driver Safety Council implemented a program entitled "Operation Air Brake" which combines awareness and enforcement activities to deal with the air brake adjustment problem.
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  Saskatchewan Truckers' Guide
(Highways and Infrastructure) This annual guide serves as a great reference for commercial vehicle operators travelling in Saskatchewan.

It's designed to make it easier to understand which transportation organizations are responsible for the information a commercial driver needs.

The guide is published by the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure and SGI.

Commercial Vehicle Inspection Inquiry Line
Toll Free: 1-866-933-5290 within Saskatchewan
306-933-5290 outside of Saskatchewan
(Operates: weekdays, except statutory holidays, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)

  Shipper Liability Legislation
(Highways and Infrastructure) Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure believes this legislation will help to protect our Saskatchewan highway infrastructure from overweight vehicles. On April 1, 2002, the department will begin developing and implementing education and enforcement strategies for this purpose.
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  Trip Inspection Report
(Highways and Infrastructure) Carriers must supply a list of inspection items, as per schedule 1 of the regulations to the person doing the inspection.
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  Value Added Agricultural Products (VAAP) Partnerships Agreements
(Highways and Infrastructure) Trucking Partnership Agreements may be entered into to allow multiple trips, on defined routes including secondary weight highways, with trucks that carry divisible loads operating at primary weights.
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