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Big Bar Ferry Both directions Closed in both directions at Fraser River the Ferry Out of Service due to high water and debris The aerial car is still in operation for foot traffic only. Updated on Tue May 22 at 12:05 am PDT. (ID# 283389)
Highway 1 Both directions Travel Advisory in effect for HWY#1 from Golden to Revelstoke (147.8km) at Heather Mountain in Glacier National Park due to mudslide. Due to increased mudflow activity travellers are advised to expect delays during daytime hours and possible closures during nighttime hours. Additional traffic interruptions may be required to manage mudflow activity. Please allow additional time to reach your destination and watch for crews and equipment working on site. Updated on Tue May 22 at 6:23 am PDT. (ID# 283415)
Highway 1 Both directions Rock Scaling Highway 1 Both directions - Rock scaling: Yoho National Park, 8 km west of the AB/BC border. Work will be underway 24/7 from April 23 to November 15. Expect delays of up to 30 minutes to accommodate blasting. A scheduled delay is planned on Tuesday. May 22 at 1 pm. Expect possible delays up to 90 minutes. Reduced speed zones in effect. Be prepared to stop. Watch for hauling truck traffic and obey all signs and traffic control personnel. Updated on Fri May 18 at 8:04 am PDT. (ID# -68582)
Highway 3 Both directions Hwy 3 is open 14kms west of Keremeos, road conditions subject to change due to ongoing flooding conditions. Highway may close without notice. Check Drive BC for up to date conditions and anticipate alternate routes. Updated on Tue May 22 at 6:10 am PDT. (ID# 283443)
Highway 33 Both directions The road is open to two-way traffic in both directions until 6 PM Tuesday May 22. Updated on Fri May 18 at 5:03 pm PDT. (ID# -69090)
Highway 8 Both directions Single lane alternating traffic will be in effect 10 km west of Merritt, at 10 Mile Bridge. Local traffic only, no pedestrians, no bicycles. Please minimize your trips. Maintenance crews will continue emergency work throughout the day. Expect delays of 5 to 10 minutes. Updated on Tue May 22 at 3:03 am PDT. (ID# 283419)
Little Fort Ferry Both directions Little Fort Ferry at North Thompson River is out of service due to high water and debris flows until further notice. Updated on Tue May 22 at 3:37 am PDT. (ID# 281407)
Lytton Ferry Both directions Closed in both directions at Fraser River because of Ferry Out of Service. Due to high waters until further notice. Updated on Tue May 22 at 3:03 am PDT. (ID# 283416)
McLure Ferry Both directions McLure Ferry closed in both directions at North Thompson River effective immediately due to high water and debris flows until further notice. Updated on Tue May 22 at 3:37 am PDT. (ID# 283484)
Westside Road Both directions Will be open in both directions starting 3 PM Friday, May 18 and will return to single lane alternating traffic 3 km north of Fintry on Tuesday, May 22. Please watch for crews and expect 10-15 minute delays Tuesday to Friday between 7 AM and 6 PM. Updated on Tue May 22 at 6:24 am PDT. (ID# 283439)
Westside Road Both directions Wash Out 6.5 km south of Junction with Highway 97 North. The road is reduced to single lane alternating traffic. Updated on Tue May 22 at 6:24 am PDT. (ID# 283446)

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