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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
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EMERGENCY ROAD CLOSURES OR ADVISORIES:

Hants County: The Douglas Road in Center Rawdon is closed 3 km into the road to the end of the road, due to a bridge collapse.
Cumberland County: Smith Road Closed to Local Traffic Only Due to Flooding
Digby County: The River Road is open to one lane traffic only.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Mount Whatley Road Closed Due to Flooding. Please Use Highway 104 as an Alternative Route
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 closed due to flooding up to the intersection of Lake Hill rd. Detour will go throught Morganville rd. This is closed until furthur notice.
  • DIGBY COUNTY:
    Month of April - Local crews have been out repairing potholes in the Annapolis/Lequille and surrounding area.
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