Wynyard does not have public transportation. The town provides a special services bus to those with accessibility issues that operates 7 days a week. The Paratransit bus is run by volunteers and provides services for seniors and those on social assistance. The town has had requests to start a shuttle service to Saskatoon or Regina for doctors’ appointments. These drivers are available on request and by demand. They also service and provide rides to church.
Greyhound bus lines link the town with Dafoe.
There is an airport with 3,000 feet of paved airstrip, The airport is operated jointly by the Town of Wynyard and the Rural Municipality of Big Quill.
Regular maintenance and replacement of paved roads, sidewalks, and curbs and gutters are ongoing. It is very costly to replace linear assets. These assets are decent but are starting to show their age. Town roads are 98% paved but require upgrades.
Traffic issues include
Highway 16 runs through the Town of Wynyard with the speed limit reduced to 70 km/hour. One major concern is the high number of access points along the highway. There are 18 access points to Highway 16 within the town’s borders, and, although there are very few accidents, the intersection of Highway 16 and Bosworth Street is always a concern, especially once the Coop food store was built across the highway on the South Service Road.
There is not much concern with railway safety. Wynyard has one “flasher” crossing, one regular crossing, and one private crossing within the community.
The Town of Wynyard is a member of the Northeast Area Transportation Planning Committee.