News releases from Public Works (Page 1)

Le gouvernement améliore l'accès aux transports en commun

Public Works

Des collectivités à l'échelle de la Nouvelle-Écosse auront un meilleur accès aux transports en commun grâce au financement de la Province.

Government Improves Access to Public Transportation

Public Works

Communities across Nova Scotia will have improved access to public transportation with funding from the Province.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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New Little Narrows Ferry Named for Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy

Public Works

The new ferry that crosses Little Narrows between Inverness County and Victoria County will be named the Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy to honour a steadfast, compassionate leader of the Mi'kmaw Nation.

Traffic Advisories, Inverness and Richmond Counties

Public Works

NEW WORK

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Weekly Traffic Advisories

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Nova Scotia, Other Maritime Provinces Support Maritime Bus

Public Works

Nova Scotia is joining its Maritime counterparts to provide financial support to Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus (Maritime Bus) to maintain bus operations throughout the region. The Province has allocated more than $400,000 to the company.

Grants Support Community Transportation Providers

Public Works

The Province is providing one-time grants totalling $396,000 to support 20 community transportation providers across Nova Scotia.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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Amendments Strengthen Boat Harbour Act

Justice / Public Works

Legislation introduced today, April 7, clarifies a section of the Boat Harbour Act that prohibits legal claims against the Province for the closure of the Boat Harbour effluent treatment facility.

Amendments to Motor Carrier Act

Public Works

Changes to the Motor Carrier Act introduced today, April 5, will help reduce the regulatory burden and enhance safety in the motor carrier industry.

Amendments to Motor Vehicle Act

Public Works

Amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act will permit the safe operation of electric kick scooters (e-scooters) on municipal roadways.

Government Invests in Community Transportation

Public Works

The provincial government is investing close to $100,000 for three studies to support community transportation.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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New Access Road for Cape Breton Regional Hospital

Public Works / Health and Wellness

Staff, patients and visitors will soon have improved access to Cape Breton Regional Hospital with the construction of a second main access road.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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Government Releases Capital Plan 2022-23

Finance and Treasury Board / Public Works

The government is making an unprecedented investment in capital spending to ensure Nova Scotians have greater access to modern hospitals and medical equipment, schools, highways, and other improved infrastructure.