Current Road Conditions - 511

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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
Halifax Dartmouth Bridge Commission Activity Halifax Dartmouth Bridge Commission Activity

Information on local roads is listed here. For most trunks, routes and 100-series highways, consult the map.
    - Cranton Crossing Rd is closed to all traffic until further notice. A detour will be through the Crowdis Crossing Road.
    - The bridge located on North Side River Denys Rd, approximately 50 meters south of Eden Rd, in Inverness County, is now restricted to vehicles with a maximum weight of 15 tonnes.
    - Please be advised that the South River Road Hwy-19 is temporarily open, but not exempt to weight restrictions. Closed to heavy traffic and will be monitored.
    - Lake Ainslie Chapel Rd from the Junction of West Lake Ainslie Rd to Meagher Rd is reduced to 12 Tonne Max Weight until Further Notice.
    - MacKinnon Rd, from the Junction of Hays River Rd to Lake Ainslie Rd to Lake Ainslie Chapel Rd reduced to 12 Tonne Max Weight until Further Notice.
    -MacIvor Rd, Inverness County Closed - Local Traffic Only - closed between Portage Rd and Orangedale-Iona Rd. Road closed until further notice.
    -Portree bridge in Inverness County, in the Margaree Valley, is closed for approximately 2 weeks for structural repairs. A detour route is in place via Eastside Big Intervale Rd/Hatchery Rd and West Big Intervale Rd.
    -CABOT TRAIL - Ingonish to Neils Harbour - The Southbound lane will be closed for culvert repair until further notice. Traffic control will be in place.
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