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Single Construction Incident and/or Activity Construction Multiple Construction Incidents/Activities Multiple Items Road Closed Closed
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Information on local roads is listed here. For most trunks, routes and 100-series highways, consult the map.
    - Mill Village Bridge on Trunk 3 will be closed to traffic starting Jan 7, 2021. The closure is required for repairs to the steel truss bridge. Repairs include replacing the floor system beams, stringers, and decking and various steel repairs. Expected completion date is anticipated to be May 31, 2021.
  • Lunenburg County:
    Ohio Rd has been reduced to to 5000 KG until further notice
    Route 332 from Trunk 3 to Riverport Bridge alternating lane closures sunrise to sunset April 29, 2021 to July 31, 2021. Stop and Go traffic, expect delays.
    Lunenburg County: Northfield Rd in Upper Northfield will be closed to traffic at the Rhodes bridge located just south of McKeen Rd. The detour for southbound traffic is the McKeen road to Trunk 10 to Penney road back to Northfield. The detour for northbound traffic is the Penney road to trunk 10 to McKeen road back to Northfield. From Monday May 17 to Friday May 21 for repairs to Rhodes Bridge
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