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Old 06-05-2007, 03:26 PM
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Exclamation Flooding and the Albion Ferry

Just and FYI for anyone driving a larger truck and wanting to take the Albion Ferry…

Due to the rising level of the Fraser River, the Albion Ferry has restricted heavy trucks from service. This applies to vehicles with a GVW of 5500 or more.
Albion Ferry operations could be affected this week due to the strain that rising water levels on the Fraser River places on the loading ramp hinges. Readings at the Mission gauge will be monitored to determine the steps that may have to be taken:
• When the Mission Gauge is at 5.3 metres, heavy trucks (GVW > 5500 kg) are banned from the Ferry (currently in effect)
• When the Mission Gauge is at 6.7 metres, traffic is restricted to cars and passengers only.
• When the Mission Gauge is at 6.8 metres, cars are banned and foot passengers may be carried.
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