Delays on Highway 16 on Feb. 16 for avalanche control. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Day four of delays due to avalanche control on Highway 16

After another storm transportation crews are busy clearing snow between Prince Rupert and Terrace

Delays to and from the North Coast continue into Tuesday, Feb. 27.

Highway 16 is expected to have delays of 30 minutes or longer 56 km west of Terrace between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. while the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure conducts avalanche control.

This is the fourth day in a row of avalanche control delays.

READ MORE: Most Highway 16 closures for avalanches in years after multiple dumps of snow

 

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