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EMERGENCY ROAD CLOSURES OR ADVISORIES:

OTHER CLOSURES AND ADVISORIES:
Information on local roads is listed here. For most trunks, routes and 100-series highways, consult the map.
  • ANNAPOLIS COUNTY:
    Granville Road - closed between North St. and Mills Mountain Road due to storm sewer replacement, follow signs for the detour, effective 7 Nov. until 15 Dec. 2017.
  • LUNENBURG COUNTY:
  • KINGS COUNTY:
    - Banks Bridge on Rocknotch Road located near Greenwood has a 5 Tonne weight limit. Vehicles over 5 tonne can use Tremont Mountain Road or Greenwood Road. Until Further Notice.
    - Prospect Road is closed from Trunk 12 to Cambridge Mountain Road. East and Westbound lanes. Asphalt Repaving Effective October 24. 2017 to November 30, 2017. Daylight to Dusk
    - Kingston Village Bridge at the intersection of Tremont Mtn. Road and Central Ave., Greenwood next to Avery's farm market will be closed to one lane for bridge, sidewalk and guard rail repairs, sidewalk will be open to pedestrians, signs and traffic lights will be erected on site. expected to be finished near 31 Dec. 2017.
  • HANTS COUNTY:
    - Construction on the Old Enfield Road from Trunk 2 northerly to Malcolm Lucas Drive, Traffic control on site, expect delays. in effect until 17 Nov. 2017
    - Payzant Bog Road: from Bog Road to 2km west of Bog Road, one lane traffic, reduced speed, expect delays, both lanes, traffic control on site. Oct 2, 2017 to Nov 24, 2017, sunrise to sunset each day.
  • HALIFAX COUNTY:
    - Construction on the Old Trunk Road from Indian Bridge to Dutch Settlement Road, Traffic control on site, expect delays until 10 Nov. 2017
  • CUMBERLAND COUNTY
    Boars Back Road will be closed to through traffic between Route 242 and Barronsfield rd intersection. The closure will begin on Nov 6, 2017 and will be in effect for approximately 3 weeks due to necessary bridge repairs
    - Hunter Road between Trunk 4 and Palmer Road closed on 6 Nov. from 9am to 4pm for bridge repair, A marked detour is available via Trunk 4 and Greenville Road.
  • COLCHESTER COUNTY:
    - The Alex Haymar bridge on Loop of Rte. 311 has been reduced to one lane until further notice.
  • GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY:
    - Melford Bridge on Route 344 at Middle Melford is closed. A 2 lane detour bridge is in place until a permit bridge is built. The speed has been reduced to 60 kms and warning signs have been put in place.
    - The Silvers Pool Bridge on Route # 348 at Melrose is restricted to 5 ton until further notice.
    - Construction on Coddles Harbour Bridge to Drum Head Wharf including brush clearing, ditching, pipe work, bridge repair, asphalt patching and repaving. Expect delays, alternating one lane closures with traffic control. Hours of operation: 6:30am-7:00pm. July 31 to November 30, 2017.
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  • RICHMOND COUNTY:
    Effective September 29, 2017: There is a 5 tonne weight restriction on Port Royal Bridge in Richmond County. Until Further Notice.
  • CAPE BRETON
    - Grand Mira North Road Old Sandfield Road at Salmon River Bridge reduced to one lane with traffic lights set up until November 17.
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