Monday, October 31, 2022

Time to shift into winter driving mindset, with slushy conditions reported between Prince Rupert and Port Edward

A quick glance up at Mount Hays shows that winter is fast a coming, and this morning finds the first of some road advisories for the region, with reports of slushy conditions for motorists along Highway 16 heading out of Prince Rupert towards the Port Edward area.


For those travelling further east, Drive BC reports slippery sections between Prince Rupert and Terrace, with snow and compact snow making for advisories for communities to the east of Houston to Prince George. 

You can review those advisories from the Drive BC website here.

Should there be any significant incidents to relay to motorists you will find them from the Drive BC NW social media feed.

You can find some helpful suggestions towards Winer Driving requirements from the TranBC Shift to Winter page here.

Notes on transportation along Highway 16 and its feeder routes across the Northwest can be explored from our archive page.

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