What to expect when travelling the Highway 99 Duffey portion: A Policing and Partnership perspective

Sea to Sky, Pemberton, BC Highway Patrol, Traffic Patrol

2021-11-25 10:15 PST

Since last week there have been many changes to the highway systems within British Columbia and particularly to the Duffey Road Mountain Pass of Highway 99 between Pemberton and Lillooet.  Pemberton RCMP, Ministry and Transportation, IRSU, BCHP, Miller Capilano, Dawson Road Maintenance, CVSE, Lillooet RCMP, and other partners have been working 24/7 to clear this road, keep it safe and maintained, and identify issues to the public of what to expect when you come to our area.

Below is a list of items for those travelling the road need to be aware of and issues of which we are seeing with vehicles, travel, and safety items:

During this period, only essential travel is allowed. Road checks are in place on Highway 99 Duffey portion highways and you will turned back if your travel is not essential. Under the provisions of the Emergency Program Act of BC, motorists who fail to comply with the travel restrictions, disobey the direction of a peace officer, fail to stop or provide information or are abusive/belligerent to a peace officer or traffic control official, may face fines starting at $230 per offence.

Duffey Road

Duffey road

Breaks from driving Duffey road



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S/Sgt. Sascha Banks

Senior Operations NCO
Sea to Sky RCMP (Whistler)
4315 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC
Office: 604-905-1965
Cell: 604-389-8391

Email: EDIV_S2SMediaRelations@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

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