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Information on local roads is listed here. For most trunks, routes and 100-series highways, consult the map.
    - 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.
    Old Chelsea Rd From civic # 583 South to Rte 325 will remain closed.
    Until further notice, Old Port Mouton Road K class section of road that goes from End of Service on Old Port Mouton gravel section to the beginning of service near Beech Hill Rd. distance of 2.98km will be closed to traffic due to structure stability of the bridge in this area. Closed until further notice.
  • KINGS COUNTY: Whitman Bridge
    Whitman Bridge on Whitman Road is closed between Maple Avenue and Ward Road in Aylesford for repairs until further notice. Detour in place.
    Gardiners Truss Bridge on Garden Road is open with a 12 tonne weight restriction.
    The bridge on Clayton McKay Road in Brooklyn is open with a five tonne weight restriction. The detour for traffic is as follows: Eastbound traffic on Ashdale, heading to McKay Rd turn right on Woodville Rd, then right on McKay. West bound on McKay heading to Ashdale Rd and Smiley's Park, stay on Mckay, turn left on Woodville, turn left on Ashdale and for Smiley's Park, left on Clayton Mckay Rd.
    Route 236 from Route 215 to the Gosse Bridge will be under repair work beginning August 11th and continuing until November 15th, 2014. This will involve lane closures.
    Cross Road # 3 West Hants is open to traffic not exceeding 15 tonnes.
    Woodville Road from Ashdale Rd southerly to Ardoise School House Road AND the Ashdale Road from Woodville Rd westerly 2.7 kms in West Hants will have stop and go traffie from August 18, 2014 until October 31, 2014 while the two roads are repaved.
    Eddy Road to Fort Lawrence is closed until further notice due to a culvert collapse.
    - Toney River Rd will be closed to through traffic Oct. 29 and 30 between the hours of 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
    - RTE 256 posted 20 t max. between RTE 311 and Kennedy Hill Rd.
    - East Montrose closed from Trunk 2 to Mines Bass River due to bridge washout.
    - Porter Road is closed at the northern end near/at the Elmfield Road due to bridge damage that occurred as a result of a rain storm in Sept 2012. It is currently scheduled to be replaced in 2014. All of Porter Road is still accessible from the southern end of the road.
    - 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.
  • RICHMOND COUNTY: The Stirling Road is closed at the Loch Lomond end until further notice.
  • The Gillis Bridge on North Branch Road just past Usige Ban Falls Park is closed until further notice.
    - - Beginning July 12/13 the Hays River Bridge located on the West Lake Ainslie Road is now reduced to 15 tonne maximum weight restriction.----The steel truss bridge at Kingross Cross that join West Big Intervale to East Big Interlale roads has a reduced weight restriction to 2 ton MAX.
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