News releases from Public Works (Page 1)

Better Access to Community-Based Transportation Programs

Public Works

People across Nova Scotia will have improved access to local transportation options through a new project led by the Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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Joint Regional Transportation Agency CEO Appointed, Contract Awarded

Public Works

A new CEO has been appointed to the Joint Regional Transportation Agency, the organization working to create a transportation plan for Halifax Regional Municipality and surrounding areas.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

CONTINUING WORK

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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Eureka Mills Bridge Officially Opens

Public Works

Residents and visitors travelling through Eureka, Pictou County, no longer have to take a 15-kilometre detour thanks to the completion of the Eureka Mills Bridge. The bridge officially opened today, January 9.

Province Invests in Highway, Bridge, Ferry Infrastructure

Public Works

The government is investing in provincial highways, bridges and ferry infrastructure to make them safer for Nova Scotians.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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New Regulations for Transportation Industry on January 1

Public Works

New regulations for commercial vehicles that will improve safety and align Nova Scotia with federal requirements will take effect January 1.

Traffic Advisory, Guysborough County

Public Works

NEW WORK

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

NEW WORK

Investment in Road Upgrades

Public Works

The Province is investing an additional $4 million in the Rural Impact Mitigation program and equipment to improve roads in Nova Scotia.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

CONTINUING WORK

Province to Seek Operator for Lunenburg Foundry Shipyard

Public Works / Build Nova Scotia

The government will soon begin looking for an operator for the historic Lunenburg Foundry to continue supporting the region’s shipbuilding and maintenance industry – a key component of its thriving waterfront.

New Crown Corporations Launched to Drive Economic Growth

Economic Development / Public Works

Today, December 1, the Province launched two new organizations that modernize the government’s approach to economic development and improve accountability to Nova Scotians.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Public Works

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Financement pour les fournisseurs de services de transport en commun dans la province

Public Works

Afin d'aider à compenser la perte de revenus causée par l'isolement des gens pendant la pandémie de COVID-19, le gouvernement verse 10,9 millions de dollars aux fournisseurs de services de transport en commun à l'échelle de la province.