The New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure continues to work on repairs to Route 106 in Salisbury. In light of ongoing work, the Town of Salisbury would like to inform residents and motorists that DTI has confirmed its intent to install a temporary bridge (one lane, with traffic lights) at this location within the next month, pending factors such as weather. A permanent fix is expected in the Summer of 2023.

For the duration of this closure, residents and motorists are urged to proceed with caution by reducing speed and watching for pedestrians while travelling on the detour through Parkin Street and Larsen Lane. In addition to the temporary signage currently in-place in the subdivision, the Town of Salisbury has been in contact with the Caledonia Detachment of Southeast District RCMP who have confirmed they will increase presence and patrols in the area to monitor traffic. The Town will also be installing two temporary speed radar signs in the coming week to remind motorists to slow down.

The Town continues to work with DTI on the repair of this provincial infrastructure, and both the Town and DTI appreciate the understanding and patience of residents throughout the closure.