- Commits to investing in highways and transportation infrastructure through its Highways 2020 Plan, which is expected to cost $2.7 billion over four years. This spending does not include the Regina Bypass. (1)
- Promises to increase spending on highway repairs through a $70 million funding increase over the next three years (2016-2019). (1)
- Prioritizes highways and municipal infrastructure projects for future federal infrastructure funding through the Building Canada Fund. This will be combined with a commitment to exploring a public-private partnership (P3) model to if this approach saves money or allows the projects to be completed more quickly. (1)
- Pledges to eliminate the SaskBuilds ministry, brings together government and the private sector through public private partnerships (P3s) for infrastructure projects, saving at least $62 million in the first term. The party views SaskBuilds as the “privatization ministry.” Infrastructure responsibilities will shift to the Ministry of Highways, which the party views as most cost effective. (2)
- The party will review cuts to the Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC), the public bus company, and reinstate cancelled routes where possible. (2)
- Promises to expand SaskWater’s grid to provide more communities with potable drinking water, with an emphasis on First Nations communities. (2)
- Promises to develop infrastructure initiatives that allow Saskatchewan to get its resources to market. This focuses on pipeline development running from the south of the province to the north, collaborating with the private sector to construct new refineries, and connecting these refineries to the Manitoba Port of Churchill pipeline. (3)
- The Green Party has no stated promises in its platform related to infrastructure.