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Weekly Traffic Advisories


CONTINUING WORK

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COLCHESTER COUNTY: Lake Road, Tatamagouche

Lake Road, from West Tatamagouche Road for about six kilometres to Slade Road, will have stop-and-go traffic for road repairs and mailbox adjustments until Wednesday, Jan. 31.

Work takes place from sunrise to sunset.

CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Nappan Marsh (Rainbow) Bridge, Trunk 2

Nappan Marsh (Rainbow) Bridge over the Nappan River on Trunk 2, outside Amherst, is closed until further notice.

A detour is available on Route 302, Southampton Road and Smith Road. Traffic approaching Amherst is being rerouted a short distance on the Nappan and Lower Porter Roads, while traffic leaving Amherst is required to detour on Smith Road.

INVERNESS COUNTY: Captain Gillis Bridge

The Captain Gillis Bridge, on Trunk 19 near Port Hood, is opened to one lane with a weight restriction of five tonnes until further notice.

Detours for truck traffic will remain in place.

RICHMOND COUNTY: Lennox Passage Bridge, Isle Madame

The speed limit on the Lennox Passage Bridge on Isle Madame is reduced to 20 km/h while the department studies damage to the bridge’s joints.

The bridge is safe and the public will be advised if further restrictions are required.

RICHMOND COUNTY: Port Royal Bridge

Port Royal Bridge on Port Royal Road on Isle Madame, Richmond County, is closed until further notice. Traffic can detour on MacEachern Road.

Source: Release

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