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Information on local roads is listed here. For most trunks, routes and 100-series highways, consult the map.
    - Effective December 18, 2017, the Port Royal Bridge in Richmond County will be closed to all traffic. A detour will be via Maceachern Road. This is on going.
    - River Bourgeois - Recreation Road from Church Point Road eastward for 0.29 km is restricted to 5-ton weight limit due to bridge.
    - Worth's Rd Bridge structure ID INV141 is reduced to 5 Tonne permanently.
    - Inverness County: Please be advised that Church #1 Truss Bridge on South Side River Denys Branch Road is closed to all traffic until June 30, 2021.
    -Inverness County: Please be advised that Marble Mountain Rd will be closed at Crowdis Bridge in Valley Mills Tue May 18,2021. Detour will be via Eden Rd, North Side River Denys Rd, and South Side River Denys Rd. SIgnage will be in place, please drive with caution and expect delays.
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