Highway 29 reopen after mudslide

Highway 29 is reopen to single lane alternating traffic following mudslide Friday morning. Expect delays.


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Highway 29 is closed 20 kilometres north of Chetwynd.

The mudslide has blocked the highway between Boucher Lake Road and Centennial East Road.

An assessment is in progress, according to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

Motorists need to detour via Highway 97 through Fort St. John or Dawson Creek.

Highway 29 mudslide, Oct. 12, 2018.
Highway 29 mudslide, Oct. 12, 2018.
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