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Trans-Canada re-opens east of Brandon

» Highway 110? Not so much

Water is deep on the Brandon Eastern Access Route, underneath the railway bridge.

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Water is deep on the Brandon Eastern Access Route, underneath the railway bridge.

Substantial portions of the Manitoba highway system remain closed Monday morning, following a weekend's worth of rain that sent water levels rising.

Highway closures continue across Westman on Monday morning.

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Highway closures continue across Westman on Monday morning.

In Brandon, the Trans-Canada Highway was closed overnight just east of First Street, until the Eastern Access Route, but re-opened just before 11 a.m. But the Eastern Access Route, Highway 110, remains closed, south from the Trans-Canada to nearly Richmond Avenue.

North of the No. 1, Highway 270 is closed for about nine miles, from the Trans-Canada to Highway 25, and Highway 468 is closed for about 11 miles, from the Trans-Canada to Highway 353.

Elsewhere in Westman:

  • Highway 254 is closed from near Waskada all the way north across the Trans-Canada to near Highway 21;
  • Highway 83 is closed from Virden south to Highway 2;
  • Highway 256 is closed from Highway 345 north to Highway 41, and also from the U.S. border to Highway 345;
  • Portions of Highway 2, Highway 3, Highway 445, Highway 345 and Highway 255 are closed east of the Saskatchewan border.

For full details, see the Manitoba Highway Conditions Map.

 

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