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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.
  • Cape Forchu Bridge on route 304, Yarmouth Bar will be reduced to one lane of traffic from 2 Jan 2019 til 31 Mar. 2019 due to construction, there will be traffic lights and traffic control personnel on site when required, expect delays with alternate lane closures, work will be done from sunrise to sunset
  • - Eager Bridge Route 201 Nictaux, weight restricted to 15 tonne until further notice
  • QUEENS COUNTY
    - West Caledonia Road from end of new pavement to end of pavement will be repaved with alternating lane closures with stop and go traffic from Nov 8 to Dec. 28, 2018 daily from sunrise to sunset.
    - Pleasant Ave from Shore Road to College Sreet will be repaved with alternating lane closures with stop and go traffic from Nov 8 to Dec 30, 2018 daily from sunrise to sunset.
  • Kings County: Joe Lee Bridge on Brooklyn Street between Clairmont Dr and Morden Rd will be closed for repair for 7 days starting on Monday, January 14.
  • CUMBERLAND
    Mountain Road in River Philip closed until further notice due to flooding.
    Athol Road, gravel portion is closed until further notice due to flooding.
  • COLCHESTER COUNTY:
    THE FOLLOWING ROADS ARE CLOSED DUE TO WASHOUTS AND/OR SOFT CONDITIONS:
    - Biorachan # 1 Road. - opened for single lane traffic approx 3 km from Rte 311.
    - Marshall Road in West New Annan, Colchester is closed until further notice, due to damage to the bridge.
    - Old Halifax Road off Hwy 204 closed to through traffic due to flooding
  • PICTOU COUNTY
    - The Springville General Bridge will be closed Until Further Notice. Traffic detour. Motorists are advised to take alternate routes for the duration of the work.
  • GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY:
    New Harbour Bridge closed on Rte.316, New Harbour
    Detour New Harbour - Lundy Rd.
    Re-open Approx January 4th 2019
  • RICHMOND COUNTY:
    - Effective December 18, 2017 the Port Royal Bridge in Richmond County will be closed to all traffic. Detour will be via Maceachern Road
    - The Lennox Passage Bridge on Route 320 in Lennox Passage is closed to one lane from November 7, 2018 until June 2019. The open lane is 4.3m wide.
  • INVERNESS:
    Cranton Crossing Rd is closed to all traffic until further notice. Detour will be through the Crowdis Crossing Road.
    North Mountain Rd closed until further notice due to reduced visibility and blowing snow
  • BADDECK:
    West Middle River Road - closed from Macdonald Lane to Highway 105. Closure will take place starting Saturday September 22, 2018 until further notice. Signed detour will be in place.
    Old Margaree Road, Red Bridge traffic lights are not functioning properly until further notice.
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