Highways 1 and 41 re-open in Alberta, Highway 1 still closed in Saskatchewan

Medicine Hat… Motorists are advised that flooding continues to disrupt highway travel in southeast Alberta and southwest Saskatchewan.

In Alberta, Highway 1 is open to local traffic only between Medicine Hat and Walsh. One eastbound section of Highway 1 near Walsh is still under water and vehicles are being diverted onto the westbound lanes.
In Saskatchewan, Highway 1 remains closed from the Alberta border to the junction with Highway 21 near Maple Creek. Motorists who must have access to Highway 1 in this area, including local residents and Highway 1 restoration workers/suppliers, are advised to drive to the barricades on either side of the closed zone. You will be advised by flagpersons at each location regarding travel in this area.

Highway 1 remains closed to interprovincial traffic at this time. Motorists wishing to continue eastbound into Saskatchewan are being detoured onto northbound Highway 41 to eastbound Highway 9 that connects to Saskatchewan Highway 7 and then to southbound Highway 4. Motorists wishing to continue westbound into Alberta are being detoured northbound onto Saskatchewan Highway 4 to westbound Highway 7 that connects to Alberta Highway 9 and then to southbound Highway 41.

Highway 41 is now open from its junction with Highway 1 near Irvine to the United States border at Wild Horse. Two sections of the highway are down to single-lane traffic and are being controlled through signs and/or flag people.

Further advisories will be issued as conditions change.

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