Road User Committees


For over five decades we have been acting as secretary/treasurer/manager for several Road User Committeees and Forest Associations in the Central Interior

To allow for effetive sharing of maintenance costs on forest roads each Road User Committee maintains a map of the road system in use.

Safety Notifications


2022-05-13 - Wednesday May 18th to Friday May 20th 2022 - The Chief 200 FSR will be closed periodically to facilitate bridge repairs @ 211.5km; Traffic will be able to pass intermittently as crews complete required repairs on the bridge deck. Please expect delays of up to 1hr, alternate route is available via the Salmon FSR.

2022-05-03 - Road Closure notice: DAVIE FSR (100 Rd.); Closed to all traffic on Sunday May 8th to facilitate bridge repairs @ 111.5km. Barriers will be installed @ the jctn. Of Hwy 97N & Davie Muskeg FSR (Polar 200) @ 112.5/212.5km. Access will be available via the Polar 200 (Davie/Muskeg).

2022-03-22 - FIRTH / CONNECTOR is closed as of March 23. Please use the Red Rocky 2000 and Colbourne 800 for two way traffic.

2022-01-20 - Please be advised that Canfor and SA Energy Group will be implementing a temporary channel change at 20.5km on the Chuchinka -Crocker FSR this weekend Jan 23, 2022. RR28 is an approved temporary channel for this area and will be used from 20.5km up and the existing RR10 will continue and remain in use from 20.5km down. The objective of the channel switch will be to divide the vehicle traffic at this section of the Crocker, to reduce the volume of calls and radio congestion along the entire Crocker where all the radio calls can be heard and often overlap resulting in cancelling each another. Additional channel change signs will be installed around 20.5km to aid and assist road users of the new changes. All active side roads entering onto the Crocker above 20.5km will be changed to reflect the change to RR28.Please pass this notice along to all contractors, sub-contractors and workers that you employ or may travel this section of road to access your operations.

2021-12-24 - Please be advised that Canfor and SA Energy Group will be implementing a temporary channel change at 850km on the Colbourne FSR during the slow for this area and will be used from 850km up and the existing RR17 will channel switch will be to divide the vehicle traffic using Hambone FSR and exiting the Parsnip Camp, to reduce the volume of calls and radio congestion from 858km to 834km where all the radio calls can be heard and often overlap resulting in cancelling each another. Additional channel change signs will be installed around 850km to aid Table, Crocker, and Anzac) entering onto the Colbourne above 850km will be changed to reflect the change to RR4.

2021-12-15 - Polar 200 into Apollo: Loaded trucks will be entering the Polar 200 at 43km, travelling up to 50km, then down the 400 road to 471km for the Boot Main. Estimated start date is January 3rd, expecting 20 loads per day on this route.

2021-11-30 - Be advised the Walker FSR is closed beyond 37.1km, with exceptions, due to unsafe road conditions. Use of the Walker FSR beyond 37.1 km for the following is not restricted: Road maintenance activities (need District Manager authority); Snowmobiles (December 1 2021 – March 15 2022, subject to change); Snowmobile trail groomer (December 1 2021 – March 15 2022, subject to change); and Emergency vehicles. Exemption dates for snowmobiles and groomers are subject to change based on a number of factors, including weather conditions such as freeze/thaw cycles and warm weather forecasts. The Walker FSR is a wilderness road, and as such users must take extreme care and be prepared for emergency situations, possibly with no immediate extraction available.

2021-11-12 - Be advised the Gregg-Chilako FSR is closed at 9.7km for bridge removal.

2021-10-19 - The 4300 Rd. (Davie Lake Area) is closed indefinitely due to a washout @ approximately 4347.5km. There is no alternate route available at this time.

2021-10-14 - Snow Removal Letter

2021-09-29 - Be advised the bridge (G3-119) at 3km on the McKale M/L has been downrated to 0 tonnes and closed to all traffic, due to safety concerns.


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