Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan crossed by the South Saskatchewan River and Saskatoon also benefits from its significant central location. Being situated on the Yellowhead highway (HWY 16), Saskatoon is tightly connected with British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba. Numerous highways in Saskatchewan meet in Saskatoon and make the city totally accessible.
Saskatoon is also known as the “bridge city” as it is crossed over the South Saskatchewan River and University Bridge, Broadway Bridge along with two other bridges attach east part with the west part making it convenient for people to get to and from work. Likewise, there are two railway bridges over the river (CPR and GRANT TRUNK); the Circle Drive South Bridge is under construction and will be completed this year being connected with a ring circle drive. Saskatoon is also equipped with an international airport and a national railway station. Most parts of the city can be accessed by public transit, and people can also choose their own vehicles as well. Saskatchewan’s annual auto insurance rates are among the lowest in Canada. For example, an AUDI A4 2.0T costs no more than C$1,200 for registration with one of the two basic insurances included, and the coverage can be extended by paying as little as C$10 per month.