Saskatchewan Highway 7

Saskatchewan Highway 7

Infobox road
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province=SK
type=Hwy
route=7
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maint=Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
& Transport Canada


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length_round=1
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direction_a=West
terminus_a=Hwy 9 near Oyen, AB
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direction_b=East
terminus_b=
counties=
rural_municipalities=Alsask, Flexcombe, Kindersley, Netherhill, Fiske, Rosetown, Zealandia, Harris, Tessier, Laura, Delisle, Vanscoy
cities=Saskatoon
previous_type=Hwy
previous_route=6
next_type=Hwy
next_route=8

Highway 7 is a major paved undivided provincial highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, running from Saskatoon west to the Alberta border where it becomes Highway 9. [cite web
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Highway 7 is an important trade and travel route linking Saskatoon with several of its bedroom communities such as Delisle and Vanscoy, as well as larger centres farther afield such as Rosetown and Kindersley. Its primary use, however, is by travellers heading for Calgary, Alberta and the Canadian West Coast.

Despite being one of the most heavily used roads in the province, as of 2006 only a small portion between Saskatoon and Vanscoy, and a very short stretch outside of Rosetown, has been divided, though the province plans to eventually twin more of the route.

Highway 7 currently terminates at its junction with 22nd Street West (Highway 14) in west Saskatoon. In 2005, work began on realigning Highway 7 in order to make way for the Blairmore Suburban Centre development (a high school is now under construction at the spot where Highway 7 linked with 22nd Street prior to 2006). Realignment is being conducted in two phases. Starting in 2006, Highway 7 was linked with Betts Avenue, a new city street, which in turn intersected 22nd Street at a traffic signal. Within the next few years, however, the city and province are expected to build an interchange farther west (but still with the city limits), at the junction of Highway 14 and Highway 684 (a.k.a. Dalmeny Road), at which point a new Highway 7 roadway will link with this interchange. Long-term plans call for a link to be created from Highway 684 to the Yellowhead Highway in Saskatoon's northside, though it has not yet been announced whether the Highway 7 designation will be applied north of Highway 14. [http://www.city.saskatoon.sk.ca/org/municipal_engineering/construction/Blairmore_Suburban_Centre_-_Roadways/index.asp]

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