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Vancouver is now completely cut off from the rest of Canada by road

  There is currently no way to drive between Vancouver and the rest of Canada.   The Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley are now complete...

 


There is currently no way to drive between Vancouver and the rest of Canada.

 

The Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley are now completely cut off from the rest of British Columbia and the country by road.

 

<who>Photo Credit: Linda Corscadden</who>The southbound lanes of the Coquihalla Highway have been completely washed out near Othello Tunnels.

 


The southbound lanes of the Coquihalla Highway have been completely washed out near Othello Tunnels.

 

Flooding and mudslides had closed most routes between the coast and BC Interior over the past 24 hours, but the back route through Whistler on Hwy 99 remained open this morning.

 

That changed shortly after 11 am, when DriveBC reported that a mudslide 42 kilometres south of Lillooet had shut down Hwy 99 as well.

 

The only way to drive between the coast and the rest of Canada at this time is through the United States.

 

However, Washington is also seeing highway closures due to the inclement weather and residents would need a COVID-19 test to re-enter Canada.

 

 

Here’s a full list of mainland BC highways currently closed:

 

 

  •     Hwy 1 between Hope and Lytton
  •     Hwy 1 between Lytton and Spences Bridge
  •     Hwy 3 between Hope and Manning Park
  •     Hwy 3 between Princeton and Keremeos
  •     Hwy 3 near Fernie
  •     Hwy 5 between Hope and Merritt
  •     Hwy 7 on both sides of Agassiz
  •     Hwy 7 between Maple Ridge and Mission
  •     Hwy 11 between Mission and Abbotsford
  •     Hwy 93 between Radium Hot Springs and the BC-Alberta border
  •     Hwy 99 between Pemberton and Lillooet

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