Five highways in Saskatchewan are to be upgraded with cash from the federal and provincial governments.

The projects covering 220 kilometres of roadway will cost a total of just over $64 million.

Saskatchewan is putting up a little over half.

Most of the improvements include resurfacing, paving, and widening or adding of passing lanes.

Sections being upgraded are on Highways 1, 2, 11, 16 and 39.

Earlier this week, the Canadian Automobile Association's Saskatchewan branch announced that its worst road campaign is returning for a sixth year.

Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians are being asked to vote for the road they think is most in need of repair.