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Big Bar Ferry Both directions Closed in both directions at Fraser River because of Ferry Out of Service for the winter; service will resume in Spring 2017. Foot traffic is still available with the Aerial Car. Updated on Sat Nov 19 at 11:56 pm PST. (ID# -61400)
Highway 1 Both directions Parks Canada advises that the Trans Canada Highway will be closed in both directions for up to 1 hour near BC/Alberta border for Rock Blasting at 12:00 noon MST on Fri Dec 9. Reduced speed zone in effect and traffic control personnel on site. Be prepared to stop. Updated on Thu Nov 24 at 10:32 am PST. (ID# -61555)
Highway 1 Both directions Parks Canada advises that the Trans Canada Highway will be closed in both directions for up to 1 hour near BC/Alberta border for Rock Blasting at 12:00 noon MST on Tues Dec 6. Reduced speed zone in effect and traffic control personnel on site. Be prepared to stop. Updated on Thu Nov 24 at 10:32 am PST. (ID# -61554)
Highway 19A between Parksville and Campbell River Both directions Construction 3 km north of Buckley Bay ferry terminal (at Philroy Rd) starting Thu Nov 17 at 7:00 am through Fri Dec 9 at 7:00 pm. Construction - expect minor delays. Updated on Thu Nov 17 at 7:42 am PST. (ID# -61451)
Highway 4 Both directions Closed in both directions 5 km east of Ucluelet Junction because of Wash Out until further notice. There is no detour available. The next update is Dec 3 at 5pm. Updated on Sat Dec 3 at 10:00 am PST. (ID# 227284)
Highway 7 Both directions Highway 7 will be closed between Murray Street and Highway 11 because of the Candlelight Parade. This will be in effect December 2, 2016 at 5:00 PM until 10:30 PM. Traffic should consider an alternate route. Updated on Thu Nov 17 5:13 pm PST. (ID# RTMC_11654)
Highway 99 Both directions Effective 10:30 AM Wed, Oct 5, Highway 99 will be open to single lane alternating traffic, 15 km North of Lillooet until further notice. Be advised that a weight restriction of 50% legal axle load is in effect between Fountain Valley Rd through to Pavilion-Clinton Road. Expect minor delays, and watch for flagging personnel. Updated on Sat Dec 3 at 6:17 am PST. (ID# 221218)

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