Work is close to wrapping up on Highway Four at the end of this week. 

Steve Shaheen, media spokesperson for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways, assures folks that the 'Fog Seal' program will be completed, relieving traffic congestion. 

"We're completing 92 kilometres of fog seal," said Shaheen. "Fog seal is a light application of oil and sand to fill in any crack in the pavement."

This particular project is in its second stage, having first begun Highway 12 in the Martensville and Waldheim area. The second phase, Highway 4, stretches from the north junction at Highway 363 to the south junction at Highway 5.

This project will be completed at a total cost of $970,000. 

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