Highway Update Monday, January 27

Construction along Highway 1 just outside of Revelstoke for snow deposit removal between Albert Canyon East Bridge and Columbia West FSR is causing up to 20 minute delays. Watch for traffic control.

DriveBC reports limited visibility on Highway 1 heading west towards Revelstoke due to fog. There are also slushy and slippery sections with compact snow along the highway, extending from the western boundary of Yoho National Park to Revelstoke, causing winter driving conditions.

Highway maintenance out by Quartz Creek FSR is complete. There are no longer delays in that region.

Highway 95 reports slippery sections as well, due to compact snow and slush.


Claire Palmer
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