The provincial government has announced that it is investing an additional $390 million in capital funding over seven years to improve highways without the use of tolls. The Highway 101 Twinning – Three Miles Plain to Falmouth is included in a list
On January 18 2017 the Province of Nova Scotia announced the dates and locations for public consultation meetings on the highway twinning report, which was compiled by CBCL Engineering Ltd. There is a meeting scheduled for Wednesday February 1 2017
This Media Release was issued today to local media regarding recruitment of Community Liaison Committee Members.
*** Update – December 5, 2016 – Recruitment for the CLC has closed. Applications are currently being assessed. *** The search for Community Liaison Committee Members (CLC) for the Highway 101 Twinning – Three Mile Plains to Falmouth is underway!
The twinning of Highway 101 is a project that has been in the works at Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (NSTIR) for two decades.