(UPDATE: April 17, 2018 @ 2:30 p.m.)
Highway 3A has now been reopened to single lane alternating traffic 18 kilometres east of Keremeos.
The highway was completely closed at Yellow Lake due to a mudslide on Friday.
— Drive BC (@DriveBC) April 17, 2018
Highway 3A remains closed at Yellow Lake after a mudslide on Friday.
Crews are currently working on cleaning up the debris to reopen the highway, but there is still no estimated time for opening.
UPDATE - #BCHwy3a CLOSED at Yellow Lake, east of #Keremeos because of previous mud slide. No estimated time of opening. Alternate routes via #BCHwy3 and #BCHwy97. Next update April 16 at 4:00 PM.https://t.co/83HNRblSup pic.twitter.com/faTTglokut— Drive BC (@DriveBC) April 15, 2018
Drive BC is offering Highway 3 and Highway 97 as alternative routes. The mudslide occurred about 18.5 kilometres east of Keremeos.
The next update on progress is expected tomorrow afternoon.
Work continues to reopen #BCHwy3A at Yellow Lake after a mudslide on Friday. Road is closed 18.5km east of #Keremeos. No estimated time of opening. Check @DriveBC website for updates and detour info: https://t.co/ESezhx9KXb pic.twitter.com/VrJuenuXge— BC Transportation (@TranBC) April 15, 2018