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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.
  • The River Road is open to one lane traffic only.
  • DIGBY COUNTY:
    Month of April - Local crews have been out repairing potholes in the Annapolis/Lequille and surrounding area.
  • LUNENBURG COUNTY:
    - Varner #2 Bridge on Route 208 in New Germany will be under construction effective July 9, 2014 with an expected completion date of June 30, 2015. Traffic may be limited to Stop-and-Go periodically during construction.
    Lunenburg County: Bruhm Road off Highway # 10 in Branch LaHave is closed due to a bridge washout.
  • LUNENBURG COUNTY:
    - Big Lots Road is open from Jct. Route 324 to Harris Oickle Road Northwest. Bridge is reduced to one lane, restricted to 5 tonnes.
    - Haines Road is open from Junction with Barss Corner Road to
    Junction with Farmington Road. Road is restricted to 5 tonnes.
    -The Conrad Road is closed 100m East of the Intersection of the Chelsey Road due to a washout.
  • KINGS COUNTY:
    - Whitman Bridge on Whitman Road is closed between Maple Avenue and Ward Road in Aylesford for repairs until further notice. Detour is in place.
  • KINGS COUNTY:
    - Grand Pre Road starting at civic #2245 heading toward Evangeline Beach is flooded. Passable only with extreme caution. Signage in place TIR personnel on site.
  • HANTS COUNTY:
    - Douglas Road in Center Rawdon is closed 3km into the road to the end of the road due to a bridge collapse.
    - Bonds Brook Bridge on Glenbrook Road Rawdon is closed until further notice.
  • HANTS COUNTY:
    - Cross Road #3 in West Hants is open to traffic not exceeding 15 tonnes.
    - Irishmans Road in West Hants is open to traffic not exceeding 14 tonnes.
    - Clayton McKay Road in West Hants will be closed from May 4, 2015 to June 28, 2015 to replace the bridge. Detour will be signed. Access to Smiley's Park will not be affected.
  • COLCHESTER COUNTY:
    - Minto Road closed between civic #111 and #292 due to flooding
    - Clydesdale Road closed. Impassable
    - Stewarts Road closed. Impassable
    - Slade Road closed from West Tatamagouche to Lake Road. Impassable
    - Gravel section of Tattrie Settlement Road. Impassible
    - Black Rock Road: Closed from civic # 765 to the Shore Road intersection in Old Barnes due to a collapsed culvert.
  • PICTOU COUNTY:
    - College Grant Road closed between West Branch Road and MacIntosh Road due to flooding and ice build up.
  • springville bridge is closed on the springville road use alternate route
  • GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY:
    - The Melford Brook Bridge on Route 344 at Middle Melford is closed. A two-lane detour bridge is in place until a permanent bridge is built. The speed limit has been reduced to 60 kilometres per hour and warning signs are in place.
  • VICTORIA COUNTY:
    - The Gillis bridge just past Uisge Ban Falls provincial park is closed until further notice.
  • INVERNESS COUNTY:
    - Beginning July 12/13 the Hays River Bridge located on the West Lake Ainslie Road is reduced to 15 tonne maximum weight restriction.
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