Industry and Government Work Together to Upclass Nova Scotia’s Roads

Thanks to recent road reclassifications in Nova Scotia, log haulers can now travel with heavier payloads on 10 per cent more of the province’s roads.

The reclassifications specifically allow for the wider use of B-trains (two trailers linked together by a fifth wheel), a move that is expected to eventually result in $7 million in annual costs savings for the transportation and forest industries.