News releases from Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal issued in the specified time period (Page 112)

Traffic Advisory, Annapolis County

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ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Trunk 8 Closed

Traffic Advisory, Digby County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

DIGBY COUNTY: Highway 101/Hectanooga Underpass

Agreement Offers New Possibilities for Road, Court and Health Construction

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

A memorandum of understanding with Partnerships BC will help Nova Scotia explore new possibilities for building roads, health facilities, courts correctional facilities and other projects to address the province's multi-billion dollar infrastructure deficit.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

NEW WORK

Government Surplus Auction this Saturday

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Wheels will be rolling out of the warehouse this Saturday, Feb. 16, at the provincial government surplus auction.

Sydney Provincial Building Closed

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

The Provincial Building at 360 Prince St., Sydney is closed today, Feb. 14, because of a sewer backup from heavy rains. The building is expected to open as usual on Friday, Feb. 15.

New Bridge for Cabot Trail

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A $2,362,362 bridge replacement contract on the Cabot Trail in Inverness County has been awarded by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

NEW WORK

Traffic Advisory, Antigonish County

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ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Canal Bridge

Tenders Called for Colchester Paving Project

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Drivers on one of Nova Scotia's busiest highways will soon be getting a smoother ride in the Truro area because of a road-paving tender announced today, Feb. 6, by the province.

Two Road-Paving Tenders Called

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Two paving tenders announced by the province today, Feb. 6, will provide 11 kilometres of smoother and stronger roads for Nova Scotians this year.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Government Surplus Auction Scheduled

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

The Nova Scotia government will hold its next surplus equipment auction on Saturday, Feb. 16.

Road-Paving Contract Awarded, Lunenburg County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

A $1,181,825 road-paving contract in Lunenburg County has been awarded by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.

Road-Paving Contract Awarded, Queens County

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A $1,489,180 road-paving contract in Queens County has been awarded by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.

Three Paving Tenders Called

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Three paving tenders announced by the province will help Nova Scotians get around on smoother, stronger highways this year.

Tenders Called for Cape Breton Paving Project

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People driving between Sydney and historic Louisbourg will soon be travelling on an upgraded surface thanks to a road-paving tender announced by the province.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Tenders Called for Hants County Paving Project

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Drivers on Trunk 14, west of Trunk 2, will soon be travelling on smoother, stronger pavement, thanks to a road-paving tender announced by the province.

Traffic Advisory, Guysborough County

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GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Spanks Bridge