Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook


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Crossroad delineators

Triangular reflective delineators can be found mounted on both sides of a sign post at many rural intersections controlled by stop or yield signs.

They alert rural drivers to the fact they are approaching an intersection and indicate the classification of the road as follows:

Three delineators

  • all provincial and public highways
  • community access roads
  • grid roads
  • major streets

Two delineators

  • main farm access roads
  • improved all weather roads
  • intermediate urban streets

One delineator

  • all other minor rural roads and local urban streets
Crossroad delineators

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Rev: 2017