Highway 101 Twinning Phase II Aboiteau and Bridges Project

The Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal is proposing to twin and upgrade approximately 9.5 kilometres of an existing two-lane section of Highway 101. The upgrades also include constructing bridges over the Avon River and a new tidal gate structure (aboiteau) to control tidal flow. The proposed project is located in Hants County between Three Mile Plains and Falmouth, Nova Scotia.


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Latest update

November 5, 2021 — The Minister of Environment and Climate Change has determined that the Highway 101 Twinning Phase II Aboiteau and Bridges Project proposed by the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Active Transit (formerly The Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal) does not warrant designation under the Impact Assessment Act. The reasons for the Minister’s determination are provided in the Minister’s response.

Key documents

Key documents
Document Number Document Title File Date
3 Minister's Response - November 5, 2021
2 Second request for designation of project PDF (273 KB) July 14, 2021
1 Request for designation of project PDF (23 KB) June 24, 2021

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Contacts

Highway 101 Twinning Phase II Aboiteau and Bridges Project
Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3
Telephone: 1-866-582-1884
Fax: 613-957-0862
Email: highway101-route101@iaac-aeic.gc.ca


  • Location

    • Three Mile Plains to Falmouth, Hants County (Nova Scotia)
  • Nature of Activity

    • Highways and Roads
  • Assessment Status

    Completed
  • Proponent

    Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal
  • Authorities

    • Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
  • Assessment Type

    Assessment not applicable
  • Reference Number

    82800

Nearby assessments

..within 200 kilometres
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