Saskatchewan Highway 684

Saskatchewan Highway 684

Highway 684 is the name given to two different highways in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

The northwestern Highway 684 is approximately 57 km (35 mi.) long. It begins near Waseca, at Highway 16, and it ends at Highway 3.

The southeastern Highway 684, called Dalmeny Road, is approximately 21 km (13 mi.). It begins at Highway 14 inside Saskatoon (the junction, along with a stretch of Highway 684 extending northward beyond 33rd Street West, was annexed in the early 2000s), and it ends at Highway 305 3 km south of Dalmeny.

The City of Saskatoon and the province plan to construct an interchange at the junction of Highway 684 and Highway 14 in the next few years to coincide with planned realignment of Highway 7 as part of the Blairmore Suburban Centre development. Concept maps indicate plans to reroute Highway 684 to link with the Yellowhead highway at a junction with Marquis Road in north Saskatoon. [http://www.city.saskatoon.sk.ca/org/municipal_engineering/construction/Blairmore_Suburban_Centre_-_Roadways/index.asp]

Intersections from south to north on the northwestern highway


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