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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.
  • VICTORIA COUNTY:
    - The Gillis bridge just past Uisge Ban Falls provincial park is closed until further notice.
    - BLACK ROCK ROAD - VICTORIA COUNTY
    April 6, 2017--The gravel section of Black Rock Road in Victoria County is reduced to a Maximum Weight of 5 tonnes.
  • INVERNESS COUNTY:
    Mount Young Road has a weight restriction down to 8 ton.Also a weight restriction off 6 ton maxium has been placed on the Lake Ainsile Chappell Road from West Lake Ainsile Road intersection to intersection off Lake Anisile Chappell and the Meagher Road.And the Mackinnon Road from Hays River Road intersection to Lake Ainsile Chappell intersection is also reduced to 6 ton max.
  • INVERNESS COUNTY:
    - Construction is underway to replace the bridge at Big Intervale on North Aspy River 15 km north of Pleasant Bay. Work is off the main road, expect minor delays.
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