Government of New Brunswick
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Road Conditions


Public Advisory
14 May 2018
Route 15 

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises the travelling public that upcoming work on Route 15 at Harrisville Boulevard will cause two closures to the underpass in the coming days. The first closure will involve trucks only during a 24-hour period on Tuesday, May 15, starting at 5 a.m. A full closure for a period 48-hours is tentatively set for Saturday, May 19 at 5 a.m. Detour signage will be put in place to direct traffic during the full closure.

Both closures are to allow for concrete deck pours.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure regrets any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates the public’s patience.

For up to date information on road closures, please visit nb511.ca.


 

Public Advisory
11 May 2018
Route 2 (Trans Canada Highway)

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises that Route 2 (Trans Canada Highway) between Moncton and Fredericton is now open to traffic.

One lane of traffic in each direction has been reopened and speed limits are reduced between kilometre markers 330 and 339.

Some exit and entrance ramps will remain closed until water recedes enough for debris clean-up and inspection to occur.

Motorists are encouraged to drive with caution and obey posted speed limits. Check nb511.ca for up to date information on ramp and lane re-openings.


Public Advisory
11 May 2018
Route 15 at Harrisville Boulevard

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises the travelling public that upcoming work on Route 15 at Harrisville Boulevard will cause two closures in the coming days. The first closure will involve trucks only during a 24-hour period on Tuesday, May 15, starting at 5 a.m. A full closure for a period 48-hours is tentatively set for Saturday, May 19 at 5 a.m. Detour signage will be put in place to direct traffic during the full closure.

Both closures are to allow for concrete deck pours.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure regrets any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates the public’s patience.

For up to date information on road closures, please visit nb511.ca.


Elmwood Drive in Moncton
Lane Closure

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises the travelling public that construction work will begin on Elmwood Drive in Moncton on Sunday, April 22, continuing until further notice. The nature of the work will require the closure of one lane of traffic. Motorists are encouraged to alter their routes where possible to avoid delays.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure regrets any inconvenience this may cause and reminds motorists to reduce their speed and drive safely in construction zones. 

 



PUBLIC ADVISORY

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises that Route 2 (Trans Canada Highway) between Moncton and Fredericton may be closed to all traffic this evening as water levels continue to rise.

This closure, which we anticipate will be necessary at approximately 7 p.m., will affect both the eastbound and westbound lanes.

Those travelling between Moncton and Fredericton will be detoured to Route 1 through River Glade and Route 7 at Oromocto.

Those who need to travel between Moncton and Fredericton are urged to do so before the anticipated closure.

Barricades and signage will be in place to guide motorists. Variable message signs at the borders with Quebec, Nova Scotia, PEI and Maine will alert those travelling into New Brunswick of the closure.

Please respect the barricades and check nb511.ca for the latest road closures. Drive with caution in areas where water is over the road.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure appreciates the public’s patience as we respond to this flooding event.


Route 128 in Berry Mills
Detour

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises the travelling public that construction work will begin on Route 128 in Berry Mills on Sunday, April 15, continuing until further notice. Detour signage will be in place to direct motorists.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure regrets any inconvenience this may cause and reminds motorists to reduce their speed and drive safely in construction zones.