Highway twinning open houses

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal is holding two open houses to provide the public with information about the proposed twinning project of Highway 104 between Sutherlands River and Antigonish. An open house will take place today, Nov. 6, between 4 and 7 p.m. at the MacKay Room, Bloomfield Centre, 5555 Union Place, St....

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Single-vehicle crash on Highway 104

SALTSPRINGS – Pictou County RCMP officers attended the scene of a single-vehicle crash that occurred  Monday night. At approximately 8 p.m., Pictou County RCMP officers were called to a single -vehicle crash on Highway 104 in Salt Springs.  The crash involved a vehicle that was travelling eastbound on the 104 and lost control and left the...

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Cleanup in Eureka

TIR (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal) and excavation crews were been busy today (December 14) cleaning up a load of compost that spilled from farm equipment near Eureka. Crews responded at about 11 a.m. to the spill that inclined to the Green Bridge on the Churchville Road. The mixture was not considered hazardous, except...

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Early thaw prompts weight restrictions

Weight restrictions will be in place on all provincial gravel roads starting at noon today, Feb. 24. Gravel roads will be posted to a maximum of 15,000 kilograms until further notice. Unseasonably warm weather is softening gravel roads to the point where weight restrictions are necessary to avoid unsafe road conditions and expensive repairs. The...

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