News releases from Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal issued in the specified time period (Page 96)

Province, Federal Government Invest $33 Million in Highway 103

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There will be increased safety and better traffic flow for people driving on the 103 Highway near Port Mouton, thanks to a $33-million investment by the province and government of Canada.

Traffic Advisory, Annapolis County

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ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Bank Bridge

Traffic Advisory, Halifax Regional Municipality

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Flooding has caused shoulder washouts on some roads in the Enfield, Beaverbank and Oakfield areas of Halifax Regional Municipality

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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CONTINUING WORK

Traffic Advisory, Inverness County

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A disabled tractor trailer is blocking traffic on Highway 105 in both directions near Melford.

Traffic Advisory, Hants County

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HANTS COUNTY: Sangster Bridge

Heavy Snowfall Expected for Northern Nova Scotia

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A heavy snowfall and freezing rain warning has been issued for today, March 30, for northern Nova Scotia, including the Cobequid Pass.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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CONTINUING WORK

Seasonal Employees Extended

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The province has extended the work terms of about 200 seasonal highway employees as part of its infrastructure stimulus efforts, providing more immediate service to the public and allowing staff to bridge their employment between the winter and summer seasons.

Traffic Advisory, Hants County

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HANTS COUNTY: Sangster Bridge

Traffic Advisory, Cumberland County

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Slippery Conditions

Traffic Advisory, Englishtown Ferry

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VICTORIA COUNTY: Englishtown Ferry

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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NEW WORK

Legislation Requires All Vehicles to Use Daytime Running Lights

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The province will take another step to improve road safety when all vehicles on Nova Scotia roads will be required to use daytime running lights starting Monday, April 13.

Traffic Advisory, Queens County

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QUEENS COUNTY: LaBelle Road

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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CONTINUING WORK

Province Announces Highway Project Investments

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Funding for capital improvements to Nova Scotia's 100 series highways, secondary roads and bridges during this construction season will increase by more than 60 per cent over last year.

Sydney Study to Address Traffic Congestion

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A study is reviewing options to address traffic congestion and improve safety in a busy area of Sydney.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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CONTINUING WORK

Traffic Advisory, LaHave Ferry

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LUNENBURG COUNTY: LaHave II Ferry