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Updated Traffic Advisories and Road Closures

Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal advises that sections of roads are closed or partially closed in areas across the province after receiving heavy rain and high winds.

Motorists are advised to drive with caution, use alternate routes and watch for washed-out shoulders and debris on the roads. Motorists are also advised not to cross blockades.

Damaged or flooded roads that are not marked can be reported to 511.

Crews will be working non-stop to repair washed-out roads and will monitor roads in case further closures are needed.

An updated list of roads affected can be found at http://511.gov.ns.ca/en/text_report.html .

Storm related closures as of Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 9:45 a.m.

Antigonish County
— Cloverville Road between Walsh Post and South Lakevale Road, closed
— MacMaster Road near civic 212, closed
— West Side Lochaber, closed

Cape Breton County
— MacKeigan Road, closed
— Marion Bridge, closed
— Brickyard Road, closed
— Route 255 Dearns Corner to Port Morien, closed
— Marconi Towers Road, closed
— Beachmont Road closed
— Coxheath Road near Burton Drive, closed
— Route 216 at Benacadie Pond, closed
— New Boston Road, closed

Guysborough County

— New Harbour-Lundy Road, closed
— Starks Road off Fox Island Road, closed

Inverness County
— Crandall Road, Port Hawkesbury, closed
— South Side River Deny’s, closed

Richmond County
— Little Passage Road, Arichat, closed
— Grand River Falls Road, Loch Lomond, closed

Victoria County
— Barra Glen, Iona, closed
— Gillis Point Road between Washabuck and Iona, closed

Source: Release

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