Transportation and Works
Municipal Affairs and Environment

May 13, 2019

Public Advisory: Crews Monitoring Rising Water Levels on Route 520

Motorists in Labrador are advised that officials from the Department of Transportation and Works and the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment are monitoring water levels on Route 520 between Happy Valley-Goose Bay and North West River and Sheshatshiu, including water levels and ice conditions at the Goose River Bridge. The public can view the water levels at the Goose River Bridge at: www.mae.gov.nl.ca/wrmd/ADRS/v6/Template_Station.asp?station=NLENHM0001

There is currently no impact on highway infrastructure. Crews are on site and are ready to implement temporary safety measures as necessary.

Updates are being provided to emergency management partners by the Emergency Services Division of the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment.

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Media contact
Brian Scott
Transportation and Works
709-729-3015, 725-9201
brianscott@gov.nl.ca

Lynn Robinson
Municipal Affairs and Environment
709-729-5449, 691-9466
lynnrobinson@gov.nl.ca

2019 05 13                              2:30 p.m.