Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook


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Construction signs

Construction signs have black letters or symbols on an orange background.

The presence of one of the above three signs designates the start of the work zone. The Highway workers sign may or may not have a WORKERS PRESENT tab as illustrated. In the work zone drivers must slow to the posted speed through the entire zone and 60 km/h or less when passing a worker, flag person or equipment occupied by a worker.

Some cities have bylaws requiring drivers to obey work zone speed limits through the entire construction area. Please be familiar with the bylaws in your area.

Highway workers
Highway workers
Survey crew
Survey crew ahead

 

Traffic control
Traffic control person ahead
Be prepared to stop for instructions
Construction
Construction ahead
This sign indicates you are entering a construction zone. Drive with extra caution and be prepared for changes in the speed limit

 

Drop-off
Pavement drop-off
This sign warns motorists that they are on or approaching a section of roadway where either the adjacent lane or shoulder or both are lower or higher than the motorist's travel lane
Truck entrance
Truck entrance left/right
The location at which trucks are entering,leaving or crossing

 

Drop-off
Overhead lines
Be prepared to stop if you are driving a vehicle with a high load
Be prepared to stop
Be prepared to stop

 

Some cities have bylaws requiring drivers to obey work zone speed signs through the entire construction area, whether or not workers are present. Please be familiar with the bylaws in your area.

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Rev: 2017