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Jul 20, 2010 - Transportation
Construction begins on Route 1 gateway project
Construction began today on the Route 1 gateway project - the largest financial highway undertaking in New Brunswick history. Transportation Minister Denis Landry, New Brunswick Southwest MP Greg Thom .....
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Jul 16, 2010 - Transportation
New bridge open at Pointe-du-Chêne
Major bridge work and paving on the Pointe-du-Chêne Road has been completed on schedule. Participating in a ribbon-cutting were, from left: René Clements, past president, Pointe-du-Chêne local service .....
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Jul 16, 2010 - Transportation
Construction projects announced for Kent County
The provincial government is investing significantly in new transportation projects in Kent County with more construction activity to come. Premier Shawn Graham outlined nearly $24 million in transpo .....
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Jul 14, 2010 - Transportation
Update / Princess Margaret Bridge renovations
Repair crews are making progress removing the bridge deck as Phase 2 of renovations to the Princess Margaret Bridge in Fredericton continues. This update came during a briefing with officials from the .....
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Jul 9, 2010 - Transportation
Highway improvements in upper Miramichi, Northumberland County
Major highway improvements are being undertaken this summer in the upper Miramichi and Northumberland County. Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Human Resource Minister Rick Brewer released deta .....
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Jul 8, 2010 - Transportation
Traffic change and new contract for One Mile House interchange
Motorists in the Saint John region will have to adjust to a major traffic pattern change during the next three weeks. The eastbound lanes of Route 1 at the One Mile House interchange will be closed st .....
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Jul 6, 2010 - Transportation
Traffic advisory / closure of Princess Margaret Bridge
Motorists are again reminded that the Princess Margaret Bridge in Fredericton is fully closed until Sunday, Aug. 8. The structure was closed on Monday, July 5. The closure is required for the removal .....
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Jun 25, 2010 - Transportation
Contract awarded to replace bridge
The provincial government has awarded a $3-million contract to Concreate USL Ltd. to replace the Durham Bridge (Nashwaak River Bridge No. 4) 25 km northeast of Fredericton. The structure will be close .....
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Jun 24, 2010 - Transportation
Clean-diesel school buses purchased
The provincial government has invested in 85 new clean-diesel school buses for the 2010-11 school year.
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Jun 22, 2010 - Transportation
Contract awarded for Route 7 Welsford-Nerepis Bypass
The provincial government has awarded a tender to advance construction of the 10.7 km Welsford-Nerepis bypass along Route 7. Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Energy Minister Jack Keir made the .....
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Jun 9, 2010 - Transportation
Highway improvements in Bathurst
The provincial government is investing in highway improvements this construction season in Bathurst.
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Jun 8, 2010 - Transportation
Princess Margaret Bridge closure two weeks shorter
Motorists may expect less inconvenience this summer now that the closure period for the Princess Margaret Bridge has been shortened by two weeks. The bridge will now be closed from Monday, July 5 to S .....
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Jun 4, 2010 - Transportation
Infrastructure improvements for Woodstock
The provincial government is investing $285,000 in helping the Town of Woodstock widen a section of Connell Road to four lanes.
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Jun 4, 2010 - Transportation
Highway, bridge improvements in Victoria County
The provincial government has awarded several contracts to improve highways and bridges in southern Victoria County and issued tenders for other projects in the area.
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May 28, 2010 - Transportation
Highway improvements in Miramichi
Improvements to the King George Highway in Miramichi have been completed after three years of work.
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May 28, 2010 - Transportation
New ferry for White Head Island
The provincial government has awarded a tender for the construction of a new ferry linking White Head Island and Grand Manan. The $5-million investment was announced by Transportation Minister Denis L .....
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May 27, 2010 - Transportation
Tender called for wildlife fencing
The provincial government is investing in 29 km of new wildlife fencing along the Trans-Canada Highway (Route 2). The Department of Transportation has issued a tender for the work and installation wil .....
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May 25, 2010 - Transportation
Road construction starting in northeastern New Brunswick
Eleven tenders for paving and road improvements in northeastern New Brunswick, valued at nearly $12 million, have been awarded by the provincial government. Transportation Minister Denis Landry and We .....
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May 19, 2010 - Transportation
Contract awarded for Westmorland Street Bridge
The provincial government has awarded a contract valued at more than $514,000 to HBH Paving Ltd. of Island View to repave the Westmorland Street Bridge.
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May 18, 2010 - Transportation
New transit operations centre to be built in Fredericton
Ground was broken in Fredericton today for the city's new, $6.1-million transit operations centre.
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May 14, 2010 - Transportation
Ugandan officials interested in asset management system
Officials from Uganda are visiting to learn about the province's application of their award-winning asset management system. The visitors from the Ugandan National Roads Authority are meeting with Dep .....
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May 12, 2010 - Transportation
New bridge for Belleisle Bay
Construction begins today on a new bridge in Kings County. Transportation Minister Denis Landry announced that Modern Construction (1983) Ltd. of Moncton has won a contract to replace the Erbs Cove Br .....
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May 4, 2010 - Transportation
Further contracts awarded for highway maintenance facility
The provincial government has awarded about $4.7 million in contracts for phases 2 and 3 of a new Department of Transportation maintenance facility in St. Stephen.
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May 3, 2010 - Transportation
Contract awarded to replace Pointe-du-Chêne Bridge
Construction begins today on a new bridge in Pointe-du-Chêne. Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Business New Brunswick Minister Victor Boudreau announced on Saturday, May 1, that a tender has b .....
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Apr 29, 2010 - Transportation
Government surpasses 300-km wildlife fencing commitment
The provincial government has surpassed the Charter for Change commitment to install 300 km of wildlife fencing over four years.
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Apr 19, 2010 - Environment
Province funds new park-and-ride sites
The provincial government is investing nearly $300,000 to establish four park-and-ride sites and a connecting hub in Saint John.
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Apr 8, 2010 - Transportation
Province signs $580-million Route 1 highway agreement
The provincial government has signed a $580-million public-private-partnership with Dexter Developer General Partnership that will see the Mackay Highway expanded to six lanes and construction of the .....
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Apr 6, 2010 - Transportation
New Westfield ferry inaugurated
A new cable ferry for the crossing at Grand Bay-Westfield, the Henry Nase, was christened today. The $4-million vessel was named after Col. Henry Nase, a member of the King's American Regiment .....
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Mar 18, 2010 - Transportation
Motorists, employers urged to prepare now for Princess Margaret Bridge construction
The provincial government and the City of Fredericton are urging motorists, employers and residents to start preparing now to avoid lengthy traffic delays during this summer's bridge construction proj .....
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Mar 8, 2010 - Transportation
Route 1 Gateway Project proponent selected
The provincial government has selected the Dexter Construction Co. Ltd. as the preferred proponent for the Route 1 Gateway Project. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement.
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Feb 26, 2010 - Transportation
Contract awarded to finish repairs to Princess Margaret Bridge
The Government of New Brunswick has announced a $77.3-million contract for Phase 2 of the Princess Margaret Bridge rehabilitation project in Fredericton. The bridge will be closed to traffic from Sat .....
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Feb 22, 2010 - Transportation
New transit buses for Quispamsis
Two new articulated buses are being purchased for commuters in Quispamsis and Hampton.
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Feb 18, 2010 - Transportation
Clearing contracts awarded / Route 1 Gateway Project
Eleven contracts have been awarded to clear land for a new corridor along Route 1 west of Saint John.
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Feb 15, 2010 - Transportation
New signage to promote port and industrial district of Belledune
New highway signage on Route 11 promoting Belledune's port and industrial district was unveiled today.
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Feb 2, 2010 - Transportation
Name of Grand Manan ferry announced
Grand Manan Adventure will be the name of a new, 82-car ferry to link Grand Manan with the mainland. The announcement was made today by Premier Shawn Graham, Transportation Minister Denis Landr .....
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Feb 1, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
$9.53-M investment in highways
The provincial and federal governments are investing a total of $9.53 million in seven highway improvement projects. The announcement was made on Jan. 30 by Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Na .....
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Jan 29, 2010 - Regional Development Corporation
Covered bridge to be replaced; Route 109 to be improved
The provincial and federal governments are making joint investments in the replacement of the Upper Stone Ridge covered bridge and in the upgrading of Route 109. Transportation Minister Denis Landry a .....
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Jan 13, 2010 - Transportation
Transportation investments exceed $1.3 billion since 2006
The provincial government will invest $439.3 million in transportation infrastructure. Transportation Minister Denis Landry announced a third consecutive record capital budget in the legislative assem .....
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Jan 8, 2010 - Transportation
St. Stephen - Calais international bridge officially opened
A new international bridge, the third at St. Stephen / Calais, as well as a new port of entry for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) have officially opened.
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Dec 11, 2009 - Transportation
Traveller information service and winter safety campaign launched
Information services to help inform the travelling public about road and weather conditions have been expanded by the Department of Transportation. Transportation Minister Denis Landry announced toda .....
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Nov 30, 2009 - Transportation
New bridge near Scoudouc officially opened
Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Local Government Minister Bernard Leblanc participating in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of a newly constructed bridge on Route 132 tow .....
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Nov 16, 2009 - Transportation
Walker Brook Bridge officially opened
The new, $2.6-million Walker Brook Bridge in Campbellton was officially opened on Monday, Nov. 16.
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Oct 23, 2009 - Transportation
Construction begins for Route 7 Welsford bypass
The start of construction for the 10.7-kilometre Route 7 bypass between Welsford and Nerepis was marked today by Energy Minister Jack Keir, Tourism and Parks Minister Stuart Jamieson, Veterans Affairs .....
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Oct 19, 2009 - Transportation
Tracadie-Sheila to Six Roads bypass completed
The completion of construction and opening of the Tracadie-Sheila to Six Roads bypass project was marked today by Premier Shawn Graham, Transportation Minister Denis Landry, and Veterans Affairs Minis .....
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Oct 13, 2009 - Transportation
New bridge opens in Kent County
A ceremony marking the official opening of the new $6.55-million St. Nicholas River Bridge #1 took place today on Route 470, just west of Rexton. Premier Shawn Graham and Transportation Minister Denis .....
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Oct 9, 2009 - Transportation
Trans-Canada Highway moose fencing project completed
The installation of more than 27 km of wildlife fencing along the Trans-Canada Highway between Meductic and Woodstock was marked today by Transportation Minister Denis Landry and officials from Brun-W .....
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Oct 2, 2009 - Transportation
New Trans-Canada Highway bridge to open
A new bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway will be open to traffic as early as Monday. It will replace the Memramcook River #5 Bridge (north), built in 1960.
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Sep 30, 2009 - Transportation
$10.7 million in road and highway improvements for Restigouche, Madawaska regions
The details on nine contracts worth more than $10.7 to improve road and highway infrastructure in Restigouche and Madawaska counties were provided today by Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Res .....
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Sep 23, 2009 - Transportation
86 new school buses in operation
There are 86 new, environmentally friendly school buses operating in the province. Transportation Minister Denis Landry, Education Minister Roland Haché, and Environment Minister Rick Miles made the a .....
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Sep 10, 2009 - Office of the Premier
Ferry services to continue in Belleisle Bay and Village of Gagetown
The provincial government will accept the recommendation of a community working group to continue ferry services in Belleisle Bay and Gagetown, Premier Shawn Graham and Transportation Minister Denis L .....
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Sep 9, 2009 - Transportation
New Saint John Transit Commission Operations Centre opens
Dignitaries participated in the opening of the new Saint John Transit Commission Operations Centre. The $23.5 million facility was made possible through funding by the governments of New Brunswick and .....
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Sep 8, 2009 - Transportation
Phase 2 of One Mile House Interchange announced
The beginning of construction for Phase 2 of the One Mile House Interchange was marked today by a site visit from Transportation Minister Denis Landry, Saint John MP Rodney Weston, Tourism and Parks M .....
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Aug 26, 2009 - Transportation
New signage welcomes travellers to the capital region
A new signage program welcoming travellers to the capital region has been unveiled by the Department of Transportation in partnership with the New Brunswick Provincial Capital Commission. From left: T .....
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Aug 7, 2009 - Transportation
Construction to Route 3 in Harvey nears completion
Construction to rebuild and re-pave a stretch of Route 3 in the Village of Harvey is almost complete. Transportation Minister Denis Landry recently joined municipal officials to view the improvements .....
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Aug 4, 2009 - Transportation
Historic bridge to undergo further repairs
Repairs are being made to a 100-year-old covered bridge in Rusagonis that is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Transportation Minister Denis Landry He announced that the department is investing more .....
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Jul 27, 2009 - Transportation
$8.6 million in road improvements in southwestern Miramichi
Highway infrastructure contracts in southwestern Miramichi valued at more than $8.6 million were announced by Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Human Resources Minister Rick Brewer. From left: .....
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Jul 14, 2009 - Transportation
Infrastructure projects announced for Greater Saint John and Kings County
Seventeen road and highway projects for Greater Saint John and Kings County were announced today by Transportation Minister Denis Landry, Tourism and Parks Minister Stuart Jamieson and Saint John East .....
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Jul 14, 2009 - Transportation
More than $7.5 million for Charlotte County roads and ferries
The provincial government is investing more than $7.5 million to improve transportation infrastructure in Charlotte County. From left: Transportation Minister Denis Landry; Fisheries Minister Rick Dou .....
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Jul 10, 2009 - Transportation
$50 million announced for construction projects in southeast New Brunswick
Construction projects worth more than $50 million for southeast New Brunswick were announced today by Transportation Minister Denis Landry. Landry made the announcement during a site visit where $6.3 .....
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Jun 30, 2009 - Transportation
$5.2 million in road improvements in southern York and Sunbury counties
The provincial government is investing $5.2 million in seven highway projects throughout southern York and Sunbury counties. Transportation Minister Denis Landry made the announcement while visiting a .....
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Jun 28, 2009 - Transportation
Transportation Minister arrives at the Village Historique Acadien
Transportation Minister Denis Landry, left, makes a spectacular arrival on board an old-fashioned, hand-powered railway trolley. He is accompanied by Roger Boucher, curator at the Village Historique A .....
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Jun 26, 2009 - Transportation
Miramichi residents to benefit from new transit buses
Miramichi is receiving new transit buses as the result of an investment of more than $421,000 by the federal government. Ottawa is providing the assistance through its Public Transit Capital Trust Fun .....
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Jun 24, 2009 - Transportation
Road construction projects announced for Chaleur region
Details concerning several road construction projects in the Chaleur region were released by Transportation Minister Denis Landry at the department's maintenance division outside Bathurst. From left: .....
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May 25, 2009 - Transportation
Province announces environmentally friendly paving techniques
A new, environmentally friendly asphalt technology is being used on five paving projects across New Brunswick, Transportation Minister Denis Landry announced today. He released details of the departme .....
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May 5, 2009 - Transportation
Province buys state-of-the-art vehicle to apply traffic paint in an environmentally friendly fashion
The provincial government has bought a state-of-the-art vehicle to apply traffic marking paint in an environmentally friendly way. Transportation Minister Denis Landry, in making the announcement toda .....
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Apr 24, 2009 - Transportation
National Rail Safety Week
A number of events are scheduled in New Brunswick from April 27 to May 3 in recognition of National Rail Safety Week, Transportation Minister Denis Landry has announced. The events include crossing bl .....
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Mar 10, 2009 - Transportation
Government investing $65 million US in new Grand Manan Island ferry
The provincial government is buying a new, 82-car ferry to link Grand Manan with the mainland. Premier Shawn Graham made the announcement.
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Feb 3, 2009 - Transportation
Landry and Lamrock visit construction site
Transportation Minister Denis Landry (left) and Education Minister Kelly Lamrock visited crews from Restigouche Construction working at the site of the Route 8 Marysville-Nashwaak bypass on Tuesday, F .....
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Jan 23, 2009 - Environment
Environment-friendly project being supported by climate action fund
Greenhouse-gas emissions will be reduced in the province as the result of a new project being supported by the New Brunswick Climate Action Fund, Environment Minister Roland Haché announced today. Fr .....
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Dec 15, 2008 - Transportation
New twinned section of Route 1 opens
A new, twinned 23-kilometre section of Route 1 officially opened in St. Stephen, marking another step toward the completion of the first new border crossing to the United States in Atlantic Canada in .....
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Nov 28, 2008 - Transportation
Transportation strategy launched
The provincial government has launched a strategy to use new and advanced technology to make New Brunswick's transportation system safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly. Transportat .....
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Sep 5, 2008 - Transportation
Westmorland Street Bridge ramp opens to traffic
Traffic is now moving on the new northeast ramp of the Westmorland Street Bridge. Premier Shawn Graham, Transportation Minister Denis Landry, Education Minister Kelly Lamrock, and T.J. Burke, minister .....
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Sep 4, 2008 - Transportation
Last stretch of Route 1 to be twinned
Route 1 will be entirely upgraded to a four-lane highway by 2014. The provincial and federal governments announced today that the last stretch of Route 1 will be twinned and improved by that year at t .....
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Sep 3, 2008 - Transportation
Hybrid school bus to operate in Moncton
Moncton students will be travelling on New Brunswick’s first hybrid school bus when it goes into operation on Wednesday. From left: Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Environment Minister Roland .....
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Aug 29, 2008 - Transportation
Major investments in northern New Brunswick highways
A major investment in northern New Brunswick highways is being made this summer by the Government of New Brunswick. Transportation Minister Denis Landry visited three of about 30 planned highway const .....
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Aug 12, 2008 - Transportation
Flood Damage
Route 205 near Glasier Lake received significant flood and washout damage as a result of recent torrential rains.
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Jul 23, 2008 - Transportation
Construction begins on Nashwaak/Marysville bypass
Federal and provincial officials broke ground on the first phase of the Nashwaak/Marysville Bypass on Route 8 today. An excavator turned the sod in the Fredericton neighbourhood of Marysville where t .....
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Jul 17, 2008 - Transportation
New chipseal equipment operational
Rural roads on the Miramichi and in southeastern New Brunswick are benefitting from a new distributor truck and tank used in the provincial government's chipseal program.
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Jul 17, 2008 - Transportation
Major investments in Miramichi-region roads
About $22 million will be invested in improving roads in the Miramichi region this year, Transportation Minister Denis Landry announced today. Landry was in Miramichi where he witnessed paving work on .....
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Jul 4, 2008 - Transportation
New Brunswickers urged to be careful of moose
Drivers in New Brunswick are being urged to "think moose" this year as part of the government's continuing effort to reduce moose-vehicle collisions in the province. From left: Transportation Minister .....
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Jun 5, 2008 - Transportation
School bus fleet to be more environmentally friendly
New Brunswick's school bus fleet will be cleaner and greener in the fall, thanks to a $6.7-million investment in 85 new buses. Pictured: Transportation Minister Denis Landry conducting a white handke .....
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May 7, 2008 - Transportation
Landry visits Route 105 flood area in Maugerville
Transportation Minister Denis Landry surveys flood damage to Route 105 in Maugerville, where sheets of asphalt have lifted from the road and come to rest in a nearby field. Landry inspected damage to .....
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Apr 8, 2008 - Transportation
More wildlife fencing to be installed on Route 7 in 2008
Tenders for an additional 47 linear kilometres of wildlife fencing on Route 7 will be called in late April. Transportation Minister Denis Landry, right, and Supply and Services Minister Jack Keir anno .....
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Feb 27, 2008 - Transportation
Department receives award from U.S. Coast Guard
The Department of Transportation has been recognized for the MS Grand Manan V's participation in the United States Coast Guard's Automated Mutual Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) System. Transportatio .....
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Feb 20, 2008 - Transportation
Transportation minister in India to promote Atlantic Gateway
New Brunswick Transportation Minister Denis Landry is in India with federal and provincial colleagues to promote Canada’s Atlantic Gateway.
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Dec 17, 2007 - Transportation
New interchange to be built for Scoudouc Industrial Park
A new interchange will be built from Route 15 to provide direct access to the Scoudouc Industrial Park. Pictured: an artist's rendering of the interchange.
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Dec 14, 2007 - Transportation
New generation tires reduce emissions
A new type of wide tires that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by transport trucks can now operate on certain New Brunswick highways under special permit. New generation single-wide tires benefit the e .....
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Dec 14, 2007 - Environment
Investments to support greenhouse-gas emissions reduction projects
Environment Minister Roland Haché announced that investments from the New Brunswick Climate Action Fund will support environment-friendly initiatives proposed by the Department of Transportation and S .....
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Nov 20, 2007 - Transportation
Snow fighter training program operating in Miramichi
Transportation Minister Denis Landry gets a lesson in how to operate a snowplow from Ken Thompson, one of the Department's Operator-Instructors. Landry recently visited the department's new intensive .....
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Nov 6, 2007 - Office of the Premier
Premier attends official opening
Premier attends official opening Premier Shawn Graham checks out the inside of a Brun-Way plow at the official opening of the Trans-Canada Highway Project. The $543.8 million project was constructed .....
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Nov 1, 2007 - Transportation
Four-lane Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick open to traffic
New Brunswick reached a milestone today with the official opening of the last 98 kilometres of the four-lane Trans-Canada Highway (Route 2) in the province. The entire 516 kilometres of highway from t .....
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Oct 16, 2007 - Public Safety
Fines double for speeding in construction and school zones
Don't speed in construction and school zones in New Brunswick. If you do, you could face a minimum fine of $280. The stiffer fines are part of government's plan to improve highway safety in New Brunsw .....
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Oct 15, 2007 - Transportation
MOU signed to develop Atlantic Gateway strategy
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the development of Canada's Atlantic Gateway has been signed by the four Atlantic Provinces and the federal government. Pictured: New Brunswick Transportation M .....
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Aug 13, 2007 - Transportation
New exit ramp to be built on Route 1
A new exit ramp connecting Route 1 to Ashburn Lake Road in Saint John will be built, Premier Shawn Graham announced today. From left: Saint John Mayor Norm McFarlane, Premier Shawn Graham, Transportat .....
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Jul 31, 2007 - Transportation
Moncton receives $2.66 million for public transit improvements
The City of Moncton will receive more than $2.66 million in federal funding for public transit system improvements under the Canada-New Brunswick Agreement on Public Transit. From left: Fundy Royal MP .....
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Jun 25, 2007 - Transportation
Governments invest $414 million in National Highway System
Highway construction on New Brunswick's National Highway System will start this year. These highway projects will be financed through a $414 million cost-shared agreement over the next 10 years. Pict .....
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Jun 11, 2007 - Transportation
Attention Moose
Protect Yourself and Protect Your Family from Moose-Vehicle Collisions
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Jun 11, 2007 - Transportation
Attention Moose
Protect Yourself and Protect Your Family from Moose-Vehicle Collisions
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May 3, 2007 - Transportation
Asset management system receives KIRA Award
New Brunswick's knowledge industry has recognized the Department of Transportation's innovative effort to better manage its vast network of roads and bridges. Transportation Minister Denis Landry acce .....
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Dec 1, 2006 - Transportation
$1.9 million to improve public transit in Fredericton
Fredericton will receive $1.9 million in federal funding to improve its public transit system. Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Mike Allen, MP for Tobique-Mactaquac, made the announcement tod .....
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Nov 20, 2006 - Transportation
Year-round fourth trip for Grand Manan ferry users
A ferry will operate four times daily year-round between the island of Grand Manan and the mainland, starting Saturday, Nov. 18. Premier Shawn Graham joined Transportation Minister Denis Landry and F .....
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Nov 8, 2006 - Transportation
Government adopts new 'green' vehicle policy
Environment Minister Roland Haché, left, and Transportation Minister Denis Landry check out a fuel-efficient vehicle. The New Brunswick government is implementing a new green vehicle policy that is ex .....
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Nov 7, 2006 - Transportation
Official opening of Miramichi Bypass
The official opening of the Miramichi Bypass took place today. From left, Andy Légère, District Engineer; Bill Fraser, MLA-Miramichi-Bay du Vin; Public Safety Minister John Foran; Transportation Minis .....
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Nov 6, 2006 - Transportation
Miramichi Bypass will include a new feature to improve traffic flow
The Miramichi Bypass on Route 8 will include a new traffic control feature called a roundabout, which is similar to a traffic circle.
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Nov 3, 2006 - Transportation
Official opening of 29 kilometres of four-lane highway
The official opening of 29 kilometres of the new four-lane Trans-Canada Highway between Pokiok and Longs Creek took place today. From left: Transportation Minister Denis Landry, Mike Allen, MP for Tob .....
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Oct 24, 2006 - Transportation
Fifth anniversary of opening of Fredericton-Moncton Highway
Transportation Minister Denis Landry joined the MRDC Operations Corporation today to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the opening of the Fredericton-Moncton Highway, the largest highway construction .....
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Oct 10, 2006 - Office of Human Resources
Province signs contract with CUPE 1190
A new five-year collective agreement was officially signed today between Local 1190 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and the provincial government.
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Oct 3, 2006 - Transportation
New Minister
Denis Landry signs the register to become Minister of Transportation, in the presence of Lt.-Gov. Herménégilde Chiasson, Premier Shawn Graham, and Clerk of the Executive Council Maurice Bernier.
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Aug 9, 2006 - Transportation
Bathurst bridge named in honour of veterans
The bridge built to replace the village bridge on St. Peter Avenue in Bathurst has been named in honour of New Brunswick veterans. Premier Bernard Lord was joined today for the ceremony by Transporta .....
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Aug 1, 2006 - Transportation
Highway construction safety promotion launched
The theme of this summer's highway construction safety program is Slow Please.
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Jun 5, 2006 - Transportation
Brun-Way command centre officially opens
Construction of a new maintenance depot south of the Canterbury interchange at Meductic will begin soon. Transportation Minister Paul Robichaud and Brun-Way Highways Operations Inc. made the announcem .....
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Apr 5, 2006 - Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
Province invests $135,000 for new bookmobile to improve accessibility
The York Library Region began operating a newly constructed bookmobile this week after receiving $135,000 in provincial funding. Post-Secondary Education and Training Minister Jody Carr and Transporta .....
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Mar 24, 2006 - Office of the Premier
$400 MILLION FOR Highways
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Lord committed to $400 million in highway construction and rehabilitation projects on the province's national highway system. The 10-year commitment will be c .....
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Mar 24, 2006 - Office of the Premier
Governments of Canada and New Brunswick committed to $400-million highway investment
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Bernard Lord today announced a $400-million investment in New Brunswick's National Highway System.
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Mar 14, 2006 - Transportation
$3 million to be invested in Caraquet-area highways
An investment of $3 million for highway improvement in the Caraquet region in 2006 was announced today by Transportation Minister Paul Robichaud.
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Nov 19, 2005 - Transportation
Gunningsville Bridge opens to traffic
A ceremony celebrating community and heritage marked the official opening of the Gunningsville Bridge, which spans the Petitcodiac River between Moncton and Riverview, on Nov. 19.
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Nov 19, 2005 - Office of the Premier
Gunningsville Bridge opens to traffic
A ceremony celebrating community and heritage marked the official opening of the new Gunningsville Bridge today.
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Oct 12, 2005 - Transportation
Upgraded Nevers Road officially re-opens
The Nevers Road near Fredericton was officially re-opened today.
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Sep 27, 2005 - Transportation
Official opening of Brun-Way Saint-Léonard office
Transportation Minister Paul Robichaud officially opened Brun-Way Highways Operations's new district office in Saint-Léonard.
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Sep 13, 2005 - Transportation
Construction underway to complete twinning of Trans-Canada Highway in N.B.
The Province of New Brunswick and the Government of Canada recently launched the final phase of construction for the twinning of the Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick.
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Sep 8, 2005 - Office of the Premier
Premier discusses trucking protest
Premier Bernard Lord and several cabinet ministers held a news conference in Alma today, where the premier urged truckers to halt their current protest before the economy of Atlantic Canada is serious .....
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Jun 3, 2005 - Transportation
Province invests in more than 200 school buses and plow trucks
More than 200 new school buses and highway maintenance trucks are en route for New Brunswick highways.
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Feb 21, 2005 - Transportation
Long combination vehicle pilot project on New Brunswick highways
The Department of Transportation, in partnership with Sunbury Transport, is conducting a pilot project to evaluate the operation of long combination vehicles on specific sections of four-lane highways .....
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Nov 13, 2003 - Transportation
Ministers announce plans to complete four-lane Trans-Canada Highway (03/11/13)
Transportation Minister Paul Robichaud and Finance Minister Jeannot Volpé announced today the government's plans to complete the four-lane Trans-Canada Highway (TCH) in New Brunswick by 2007.
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