Traffic Advisory Cape Breton Antigonish Canso Causeway Update

first_imgMotorists are advised to use extreme caution while driving insome parts of Cape Breton Island and Antigonish County today,Feb. 28, as blowing snow is reducing visibility in some areas of Cape Breton and Antigonish County, especially nearlakeshores and coastlines. Some roads remain closed in Inverness County, including Route395 from the West Lake Ainslie Road to Scotsville. However,crews from Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and PublicWorks and the private sector are working non-stop to open and widen all roads. The Cabot Trail at Grand Etang is closed until 5 p.m. today,Feb. 28, so crews can remove snow. And all roads in InvernessCounty are expected to be open by Sunday evening, Feb. 29. The Canso Causeway is open to two lanes of traffic, howeverconditions may change depending upon weather. Motorists areasked to call 902-625-2540. The department also provides updated road condition reportsthree times a day, seven days a week in winter by calling toll-ree 1- 800-307-SNOW (7669). The service is also availableonline at . -30-last_img

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