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Bare (Dry / Wet) Bare (Dry / Wet) Partly Covered Partly Covered
Covered Covered Closed Closed
Construction and other conditions Construction and other conditions
Single Construction Incident and/or Activity Construction Multiple Construction Incidents/Activities Multiple Items Road Closed Closed
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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.
  • 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.
  • CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
    - Eddy Rd closed between Amherst town line and Fort Lawrence Rd until further notice due to flooding
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  • COLCHESTER COUNTY:
    THE FOLLOWING ROADS ARE CLOSED DUE TO WASHOUTS AND/OR SOFT CONDITIONS:
    - Matheson Brook Rd is closed between Matheson Corner Rd and Rte 326 Denmark Rd
    - Matheson Brook Rd closed between Matheson Corner Rd and Ferguson Rd
    - Simmonds Rd. is closed between Rte 307 and Simmonds Br. due to flooding.
    Ferguson is closed at Matheson Brook Road do to wash out
  • 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.
  • 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
  • English Town Ferry Out Of Service
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