Monday, December 30 Highway Update

Drive BC reports slippery sections between Glacier National Park West Boundary and West Boundary of Yoho National Park for 125.1 km on Highway 1 just west of Golden, as of Monday morning.

There are also slippery sections just east of Golden between Beaverfoot Road and the BC/Alberta border.

Heading south, there are also slippery sections on Highway 95 between Golden and Radium.

Apart from that, it’s smooth driving for the rest of the day.

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