News releases from Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal issued in the specified time period (Page 97)

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

NEW WORK

Spring Road Weight Restrictions On Horizon For Truckers

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Warmer temperatures will soon bring spring weight restrictions to protect provincial roads.

Traffic Advisory, Englishtown Ferry

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

VICTORIA COUNTY: Englishtown Ferry

Road-paving Contract Awarded For Lunenburg County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

The province has awarded a road-paving contract for Lunenburg County worth $2,052,560.

Traffic Advisory, Englishtown Ferry

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

VICTORIA COUNTY: Englishtown Ferry

Fairview Overpass Restrictions Reinforced

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

An unused lane of the Fairview overpass in the Halifax Regional Municipality is being blocked with concrete barriers to prevent vehicles from driving on that section. The lane closure is now designated with painted lines only.

Regulation Change Will Improve Truck Efficiency

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

A change to provincial regulations for weight limits on specified provincial roads will allow truckers to carry larger, more efficient loads.

Traffic Advisory, Kings County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

KINGS COUNTY: Whitman Bridge

511 Mobile System

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Drivers across Nova Scotia now have access to 511 Mobile, a smartphone-friendly version of the current 511 system.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Road-Paving Contract Awarded for Lunenburg County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Nearly 10 kilometres of repaved highway will give drivers a smoother ride in Lunenburg County.

Highway 104 From Amherst to New Brunswick Border Reopened Today, Feb. 4

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

TRANSPORTATION/INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL--Highway 104 From Amherst to New Brunswick Border Reopened Today, Feb. 4 ----------------------------------------------------------------Highway 104 between Amherst and the New Brunswick border has re-opened to traffic today, Feb. 4.

Highway 104 Closed From Amherst to New Brunswick Border

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Highway 104 is closed from Amherst to the New Brunswick border due to severe storm conditions today, Feb. 3.

Road-Paving Contract Awarded for Lunenburg County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

A $1,810,950 road-paving contract in Lunenburg County has been awarded by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.

Préparations en vue de la tempête

Emergency Management Office / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Le Bureau de gestion des urgences et le ministère des Transports et du Renouvellement de l'infrastructure demandent aux Néo-Écossais de prendre les précautions nécessaires en vue de l'avertissement de tempête, émis par Environnement Canada, qui inclut de la neige abondante pour une grande partie de la province le mardi 3 février.

Prepare for Pending Storm

Emergency Management Office / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

The Emergency Management Office and the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal advise Nova Scotians to take appropriate precautions in view of Environment Canada's warning that a storm will bring heavy snow to much of the province Tuesday, Feb. 3.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Traffic Advisory, Guysborough County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Melford Brook Bridge Closed

Government Surplus Auction Scheduled

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

The province will hold its first surplus equipment auction of the year on Saturday, Feb. 7.

Two Companies Approved for Long Combination Vehicle Pilot Project

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Permits allowing two trucking companies to run long combination vehicles (LCVs) in Nova Scotia may save trucking companies money and make the trucking industry more energy efficient.