Cariboo-Chilcotin Natural Resource District Road Safety Information
- Forest Road Safety Roles (PDF, 69.3KB)
- Driving Forest Roads (PDF, 114KB)
- Communicating Known Hazards and Assessing Road Risk (PDF, 120KB)
- Road Hazard Reporting Form (PDF, 132KB)
- Radio Calling (PDF, 125KB)
- Low-Bedding/Wide Loads (PDF, 105KB)
- Radio Channel (RR) Maps
- Forest Worker Rescue Maps (PDF, 7.57MB) - Large Map, may be slow to load
Anahim Connector Route
The public was invited to comment on a proposed connector road between the communities of Vanderhoof and Anahim Lake. The ministry is consulting with First Nations, stakeholders and the public, as well as undertaking environmental, heritage and recreation reviews before making a decision on whether to proceed with construction.
- Anahim Connector Route (PDF, 1.3MB)
- Anahim connector Information Bulletin
- Proposed Anahim Connector Road Risk Assessment and Mitigation Reports
Kluskus Connector Route
The public is invited to comment on a proposal to build a connector road between the Quesnel Natural Resource District and the Stuart Nechako Natural Resource District.
- Kluskus Connector Route (PDF, 903KB)
- For commenting, please review the Kluskus Connector Information Bulletin
- Alexander Graham-Palmer Lake Forest Service Road (1300 Road): Road is reopened following repairs, but flooded and very rough sections remain. Please drive with caution. A timeline for grading the road had not yet been set.
- Clusko-Thunder Mountain Forest Service Road (Chezacut): Road is closed at 42 km due to major washouts. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Clusko-Aneko (4600 Road) : Road is open to four-by-fours from 0 to 54 km with minor washouts and flooded sections. Road is closed from 54 km and beyond due to washouts. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Elkin-Lord River Forest Service Road (Lord River Road): Road sustained damage in 2019 and is accessibly to four-by-fours only. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Fish Lake Forest Service Road: Road sustained damage in 2019 and is accessibly to four-by-fours only. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Goering Creek Forest Service Road (1700 Road): Road is open to four-by-fours with flooding and minor washouts from zero to eight km. Road is closed beyond eight km due to washouts. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Miner Lake Forest Service Road: Road is closed to traffic from 10 km onwards due to washouts. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Moffat Lake Forest Service Road (2300 Road): Road is open to single-lane traffic only at about 25.5 km. Watch for hazard markings between 10 km and 26 km.
- Update: Tolko Industries is currently doing road upgrades on the Moffat Lake FSR. Drivers should expect long delays as culvert replacements are taking place. Work should be completed by Saturday, June 20, 2020.
- Mud Creek Forest Service Road: Road is closed to traffic due to washouts. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Rosita - Meldrum Forest Service Road (100 Road): Road is closed at 70 km due to flooding. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Yanks Peak Forest Service Road: Emergency bridge closure at 11.2 km ("French Snow Shoe Creek" crossing). Structure has been downgraded to a zero tonnes rating due to an abutment rotational failure. No access is permitted. There is no timeline for repairs.
- Bootjack-Gavin Forest Service Road: This road is located off the Bootjack Forest Service Road (Mount Polley Mine Access Road) at approximately 7 km. Barricades have been placed at the point of entry and traffic is limited to ATV-type vehicles only. The road is permanently closed at the Edney Creek Crossing at approximately 9 km.
- Horsefly-Hawkley Forest Service Road: The Hawkley Creek bridge at 0.2 km is closed and barricaded with concrete blocks.
- Moffat-Spoken Forest Service Road: This route has been deactivated. ATV use only. Barricades have been placed at the point of entry, the road has been cross-ditched and the bridge at 1.5 km across Borland Creek has been removed.
- Harvey’s Creek Forest Service Road (9600 Road): This road has been permanently deactivated from 15 km to its terminus at 16.3 km. An additional deactivation from 11 km to 15 km will also take place this year (2019). The remaining road (0 to 11 km) will be reclassified as a wilderness road. Wilderness roads receive a level of maintenance that generally precludes the authorization of industrial use permits. For further information about these changes please contact Brian Rogers, Woodlands Manager for BCTS Cariboo-Chilcotin, at 250-398-4345.