News releases from Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal issued in the specified time period (Page 113)

Composez le 511 pour des renseignements sur les conditions routières

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Les conducteurs en Nouvelle-Écosse ont maintenant un accès rapide et simple aux renseignements sur les conditions routières grâce au nouveau système d'information 511.

Call 511 for Road Condition Information

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Drivers in Nova Scotia now have a quick, simple way to get information on highway conditions thanks to the new 511 highway information system.

Snowplow Drivers Keep Drivers Moving

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Drivers across Nova Scotia have been able to keep moving during the holiday season despite the difficult weather conditions thanks to the efforts of the province's snow removal teams.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Tenders Called for Four 2008 Paving Projects

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Nova Scotians will see improvements to highways this year because of four paving tenders called by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.

Traffic Advisory, Highway 104 Closed at Amherst

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Highway 104 Closed

Traffic Advisory, Cumberland County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Folly Lake Bridge

Weekly Traffic Advisories

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CONTINUING WORK

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Lancement d'un projet pilote contre la conduite avec facultés affaiblies

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Une nouvelle unité de police intégrée patrouille le sud-ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse à la recherche de conducteurs aux facultés affaiblies qui prennent le volant.

Province Launches Impaired Driving Enforcement Pilot Project

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

A new, integrated police unit is patrolling Southwest Nova Scotia, targeting motorists who choose to get behind the wheel while impaired.

Tenders Called for Four 2008 Paving Projects

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Drivers in several Nova Scotia counties will be travelling on smoother, safer roads thanks to four paving tenders called by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

NEW WORK

Traffic Advisory, Pictou County

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

PICTOU COUNTY: MacDonald Bridge

Winter Parking Ban Begins Dec. 17

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

The province's winter parking ban takes effect Monday, Dec. 17, in many communities throughout Nova Scotia.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Government Surplus Items Keep On Working

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Almost $900,000 was returned to the provincial treasury in 2006-07 through the province's annual disposal of surplus Crown property.

Ad Campaign Kicks Off National Safe Driving Week

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Jack Frost will help Nova Scotia drivers prepare for winter in a series of ads that's set to begin with the Canada Safety Council's National Safe Driving Week, Saturday, Dec. 1 to Friday, Dec.7.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

CONTINUING WORK

Operation Christmas Launched

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Law enforcement agencies across Nova Scotia are targeting impaired drivers in Operation Christmas, the annual campaign to reduce impaired driving during the holiday season.