News releases from Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal issued in the specified time period (Page 37)

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in Nova Scotia

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The province is proclaiming May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month to help prevent fatalities and call driver attention to increased motorcycle traffic on Nova Scotia roads.

Traffic Advisory, Lunenburg County

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LUNENBURG COUNTY: Upper Branch Road

Traffic Advisory, Route 215

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HANTS COUNTY: Route 215

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NEW WORK

Traffic Advisory, Colchester County

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COLCHESTER COUNTY: Tatamagouche-Cooper Bridge

Traffic Advisory, Cape Breton County

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CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Traffic Congestion Expected at Big Pond

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CONTINUING WORK

Drive Safely During Highway Cleanup Campaign

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Provincial crews are out early this year working with Clean Nova Scotia and the Adopt-A-Highway program to clean litter from Nova Scotia highways.

Province Making Roads Safer in Cape Breton

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The province is working with the public to make roads safer for drivers and residents in the Kytes Hill Drive area just outside Sydney.

Deadline to Submit Names for New Park Extended

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Cape Breton students have an extra week to send in their submissions to name the new park being built over the former Sydney Tar Ponds site.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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NEW WORK

Province Streamlines Approvals for Highway Pilot Projects

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There's no shortage of ideas when it comes to the future of personal transportation. Jet packs, hovercraft, or solar-powered pogo sticks -- who knows how Nova Scotians will be getting from here to there 20 years from now?

Traffic Advisory, Tancook Ferry, Lunenburg County

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LUNENBURG COUNTY: Tancook Ferry

Traffic Advisory, Tancook Ferry, Lunenburg County

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LUNENBURG COUNTY: Tancook Ferry

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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CONTINUING WORK

Province Concludes Investigation into Englishtown Ferry Incident

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The province has concluded there were no safety issues with the Englishtown ferry, after an internal investigation into the March 25 incident where a car plunged into St. Ann's Bay off the ferry.

Second Phase Fair Auto Insurance Reforms Implemented

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The province is making it faster and easier for Nova Scotians to get care for minor injuries and compensation for property damage caused by automobile collisions.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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NEW WORK

Government Surplus Items Keep On Working

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More Nova Scotia students have access to computers this year because of provincial government donations to the Computers for Schools Program.

Joseph Howe Interchange Upgrade Begins April 1

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One of the oldest and most heavily travelled sections of Nova Scotia's 100-series highways is getting an overhaul starting Monday, April 1.