The province is reminding drivers to slow down while passing construction zones after more than 80 speeding tickets were issued in the last two weeks of August.
Between Aug. 13 and Aug. 29 officials said 83 photo radar tickets were given out, seven of which were for drivers speeding faster than 90km/h.
"With more than 50 active highway work zones throughout the province, it is imperative that drivers slow to 60 through these zones," said Don McMorris, Minister of Highways and Infrastructure.
"Photo enforcement is an important part of our strategy to keep Saskatchewan highway workers safe, and with several weeks left in our busy construction season, we ask that drivers follow all speed signs and use extreme caution in work zones," he continued.
In April the province put up new highway signs warning people to slow down to 60km/h in construction zones and to remind them they'll be paying more if they speed.
Last fall, the base fine for speeding went up from $140 to $210. The fine increases $3 for every kilometre over the speed limit up to 90 km/h.
For those going faster than 90 km/h, the penalty is $210 plus $6 for every kilometre per hour over 60. There's also an $80 surcharge.
The changes were prompted by the death of Ashley Richards, 18, who was killed on a Saskatchewan highway last October.
Richards, who was pregnant at the time, was working as a flag person warning drivers to slow down in a construction zone when she was hit by a passing SUV.