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OTHER CLOSURES AND ADVISORIES:
Information on local roads is listed here. For most trunks, routes and 100-series highways, consult the map.
  • ANTIGONISH COUNTY:
    Cloverville Road, Authority 404, in Antigonish County is closed to traffic due to soft spots and rutting until conditions improve. Weather permitting 10 days. The closure is on a section between the Walsh Post Road and South Lakevale Road. There are no homes on this section and residents on other sections have alternate routes out.
  • GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Melford Bridge on Route 344 at Middle Melford is closed. A 2 lane detour bridge is in place until a permit bridge is built. The speed has been reduced to 60 kms and warning signs have been put in place.
    GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY:
    Dunphy's Bridge on the Antigonish-Guysborough Road No. 412 at Havendale, Guysborough County is out of service. The Antigonish-Guysborough Road is closed to local traffic only until further notice. All other traffic will be detoured via. the Cross Road and the North Riverside Road.
  • SHERBROOKE-Monday May 16, 2016 Steel Bridge in Stillwater- Waternish- will be closed lasting 4-5 weeks with favorable weather. The crossing will be closed to the motoring public for safety reasons, during this time foot traffic will be permitted with an escort of the onsite supervisor
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