Government of New Brunswick

Travel Advisory

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises all DTI regional offices and maintenance divisions are closed to the public until further notice. DTI is focusing on providing essential services only as a result of efforts to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

These services are currently limited to road monitoring, snow plowing, salt/sand application, repair of major potholes and responding to critical issues. If there is an emergency relating to road infrastructure, the public should please contact 506-453-7171.
  • Spring weight restrictions for truck traffic will come into effect on Monday, March 2, in southern New Brunswick, and on Monday March 9 in northern New Brunswick. Restrictions will continue ...

  • The provincial government has selected Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, a Division of Wood Canada Ltd., as the successful proponent to conduct a feasibility study for the Chignecto Isthmus project.

  • The provincial government has announced that it has selected Centennial Heritage Properties Inc. for the redevelopment of the Centennial Building property. It is estimated that the company will invest more ...

Trucker Safety Program

Safety requirements are in effect for operators of private trucks working on provincial highway projects and contracts.

How to drive in a roundabout

A roundabout is a circular intersection in which vehicles drive counter-clockwise around a central island. Vehicles entering the roundabout yield to vehicles already in the circle, then enter the roundabout and exit at their desired roadway.

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