Some road conditions improve in the Southwest

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Travel advisories have been lifted along the TransCanada highway, but caution is still advised as the portion of the TransCanada from Rush Lake to Tompkins was still listed as ice covered in the 10:19 a.m. update on the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Highway Hotline website.

Travel was still not recommended on Highway #4 from the Junction of Highway #343 to Swift Current and from Swift Current through to Elrose and north because of ice covered roads.

The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure was listing Highway #363 from Neidpath to the Junction of Highway #4 as closed as a result of ice covered roads and heavy snow.

 

Remaining travel not recommended advisories as of mid morning are as follows:

 

Highway #13

Cadillac to Junction Highway #37

Shaunavon to Eastend

 

Highway #15

Junction Highway #42 to Junction Highway #4

 

Highway #21

Junction Highway #1 to Fox Valley

 

 

Highway #32

Junction Highway #1 to Cabri

 

Highway #37

Shaunavon to Gull Lake

Gull Lake to Cabri

 

Highway #332

Junction Highway #32 to Hazlet

 

Highway #371

Junction Highway #21 to Alberta Border

 

Highway #379

McMahon to Junction Highway #4

 

 

People who have to travel today are reminded to visit the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Highway Hotline website http://hotline.gov.sk.ca  for the most up-to-date travel conditions.

Organizations: Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Highway Hotline

Geographic location: Rush Lake, Gull Lake, Maple Creek Swift Current

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