Nazko Road has reopened to traffic in both directions after being closed due to a washout at the Udy Creek Bridge. (Emcon Services Inc. - Facebook photo)

UPDATE: Nazko Road has reopened to traffic

Nazko Road had been closed in both directions due to a washout at the Udy Creek bridge


Emcon Services Inc. is reporting that Nazko Road has reopened to regular traffic.


As of 1:46 p.m., the DriveBC website is reporting that the Nazko Road, is still closed in both directions between Harrington Road and Honolulu Road however they estimated the road will re-open by 3:30 p.m.


DriveBC is reporting that Nazko Road has been closed to traffic in both directions due to a washout at the Udy Creek Bridge between Harrington Road and Honolulu Road approximately 20 kilometres east of Nazko.

According to Emcon Services Inc., the bridge has been closed as crews perform an assessment of the site and no estimated time of opening is yet available.

Up to date road conditions are available at

READ MORE: Rain prompts travel advisories, road closures in Cache Creek area


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