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Information on local roads is listed here. For most trunks, routes and 100-series highways, consult the map.
    - Abrams River Bridge, Trunk 3 road closure, Detour in place.
    - Bridge replacement on Trunk 3, approx. 0.7 kms west of Eel Lake Road, Removal of existing structure and bridge replacement and repaving. Road section from Abrams River Road to Rocco Point Road. Detour signs in place all lanes of road closed from July 24 to October 31, 2018.
    - Route 3 From Ye Old Argyle Road to Route 335. One lane traffic during construction hours, repaving of asphalt, replacing driveway culverts, shouldering. Start date June 20, 2018. End date August 31, 2018. Hours of work: Sunrise to sunset.
    - Wyman Road, one lane traffic during construction hours, reduced speed with traffic control. August 15 2018 to October 31 2018
    - Trunk 1, from Meteghan River Bridge to Highway 101 Connector, approx. 5.8 km. Alternate lane closure, expect delays from Sunrise to Sunset. No Detours will be in place. Lanes affected N, S, E, W
    May 7, 2018 to August 31, 2018.
    - John Doucette Road, Cape St. Mary's Bridge will be closed for bridge replacement and approach detours will be in place with signage from June 4 to November 15, 2018.
    - Parks Creek Bridge - Construction at bridge from May 28 to Oct 31, 2018. Detour route - Route 332 to Indian Path Road and back to Route 332.
    - Starting Aug 7, 2018 Gravelling and Regrading for 3.2 kms will start on Old Garden Road, Queens County from end of RIM gravelling westerly. Expect stop and go traffic from Sunrise to Sunset with work finishing on Sept 30, 2018.
  • - Mullock Road in Lunenburg County will be closed to all Through Traffic. Access from Route # 325 to Civic # 661 will be from the North end. Access from Trunk # 3 to Civic #559 will be from the South end. Will be closed for Watercourse culvert replacement. The road will be closed to all traffic from 8 AM on Monday Aug 13 to 4 PM on Wed. Aug 22.
    A detour route will be in place it is Trunk 3, Oakhill Road to Route 325
    - Northfield Rd, Construction from Route 215 south 4.5km. Reduced to one lane of traffic, reduced speed, and expect delays. This work will be ongoing from May 11 to September 30, 2018. Traffic control will be in place. Work will take place daily from sunrise to sunset.
    - Route 214 and Park Road Intersection Elmsdale Industrial Park will be considered a 4 way stop due to Traffic lights being damaged beyond repair. Until further notice
    - Brooklyn: Beginning on May 22nd, 2018 Payzant Bog Road from 2km west of Bog Road to Falmouth Back Rd will be down to 1 lane due to construction. During this time there will be reduced speeds, expect delays and traffic control will be in place. This work will be done daily from sunrise to sunset, and conclude on September 30th, 2018.
    - Route 306 Old Sambro Road is under construction between Leiblin Drive and Route 349. Lane closures may be present anytime during daytime hours. Expect Delays. There will be traffic control in place. Work will be done during daytime hours including weekends from August 6 to October 14, 2018.
    - North Shore Road from Smith Road to Blue Sea Road, approx. 5.9 km. Road work will include drainage improvements, gravelling and seal coat. Daylight to dusk daily from May 14 to August 31, 2018. Expect one lane traffic, stop and go, expect delays, reduced speed with Traffic Control on site.
    - Please be advised of the following traffic advisories for Onslow Mountain Road, Belmont Road Easterly, 4.1 km and Belmont Road, Onslow Mountain Road Easterly, approx. 3.5 km.
    Work on this project involves ditching, brush cutting, culverts, patching and paving. May 1 to August 31, 2018 during daylight to dusk hours.
    Please note there will be lane closures and stop and go traffic during this time, reduce speed in construction zone.
    - Biorachan # 1 Road. - opened for single lane traffic approx 3 km from Rte 311.
    - Riverside Road from Trunk 2 Westerly for approx. 4.8km
    - Vimy Road from College Road to Brookside Road. 1.5km
    - Farnham Mill Road from Route 311 to Brookside Road. 1.4km
    - Work will include brush cutting, ditching, asphalt and concrete patching and repaving etc. daylight to dusk daily, Work begins May 7 to August 31, 2018.
    - Marshall Road in West New Annan, Colchester is closed until further notice, due to
    damage to the bridge.
    - Route 348, Pictou Landing from 500 meters east of Well Hill Road to Lewis Road will be reduced to one lane traffic for a repaving project. Be prepared to stop, and expect delays. There will be traffic control persons on site, from April 24 to August 31, 2018.
    - Route 348 East River Rd Pictou County will be reduced to one lane traffic and alternate lanes in various sections from Stellarton Town Line to New Glasgow Town Line for Bridge Repairs and Asphalt Concrete Repaving. The Project will begin at 6:00am on Monday May 21st, with a tentative completion date of Friday, August 31st.
  • - 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.
    - Trunk 4 in Sutherlands River, Pictou County will be closed East of Church Road and West of the intersection of Route 245 and Thorburn Road. Public travelling west will follow the detour route via Thorburn Road, via Route 347 Sherbrooke Road via Exit 26 to Highway 104. Public travelling East will follow the detour route via Exit 26, via Route 347 Sherbrooke Road via Thorburn Road to Trunk 4 and Route 245. This closure is necessary for replacement of the Sutherlands River Bridge on Trunk 4. The closure is from April 3 to September 30, 2018.
    - Maclellans Brook- Maclellans Brook Rd from Route 348 Easterly to Route 347 starting Monday May 21st, will be down to 1 lane of traffic, expect delays, be prepared to stop, and traffic control will be in place for this Repaving Project. Tentative End Date is Friday August 31st, 2018.
    - 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 are in place.
    - The Silvers Pool Bridge on Route # 348 at Melrose is restricted to 5 tonne until further notice.
    - Effective December 18, 2017 the Port Royal Bridge in Richmond County will be closed to all traffic. Detour will be via Maceachern Road
    - Cabot Trail Ingonish Center to Ingonish will be reduced to one lane traffic with reduced speed. Expect delays. Closure will take place sunrise to sunset each day with traffic control in place until October 30 2018
    - Cabot Trail from Yankee Line Road to MacLennan's Cross road will be reduced to one lane traffic with reduced speed. Expect delays. Closure will take place sunrise to sunset each day with traffic control in place until October 30 2018
  • -Baddeck Please be advised that the censors on the one lane bridge located on the Old Margaree Road are not detecting motorcycles or light vehicles
    The issue has recorded and we will update once it is resolved
    - Bourinot Road - Closed from Macsween Bridge, MacAdams Lake to 900m south west of Beechmount Road for bridge repair. It will be closed from August 7 to 24, 2018 24 hours a day.
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