Load Restrictions Are To Be Lifted
With improving weather in the North Peace and a general drying trend, Northleaf SYD Ltd will be lifting Load Restrictions on Monday, 29th June 2020. Effective 6 am, Monday 29th June, all current load restrictions on the SYD Road from Km 8.4 to Km 188 will be lifted
Over-weight loads will be permitted subject to the operator obtaining a Road Use Agreement with Northleaf SYD Ltd and the necessary permits from the BC Ministry of Transportation.
Any questions regarding the SYD Road Use Agreements can be directed to Gerry Anderson at (604) 329 5500.
An explanation of legal axle loads is shown in the table below:
For information on other roads, please visit the MOT Load Restriction website.
For further information on road bans, road repairs, or any other issues, please contact Gerry Anderson at:
Cell – (604) 329 5500.
You may also use our toll-free reporting line on:
The 188-km long SYD multi-user resource road provides the main access to over 27,000 square kilometres of oil, gas and forestry terrain in northeast BC. It connects to the end of the 15 km Clarke Lake Road, which joins the Alaska Highway just south of Fort Nelson.
The SYD Resource Road is open to the general public, although it is mainly used for servicing and supplying the oil and gas industry. Standards for road maintenance are set by the Ministry of Energy and Mines and carried out by Ledcor Highway Maintenance Ltd. The 15 km Clarke Lakeportion is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Transportation.
The Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources and Partnerships BC, on behalf of the Province of BC, have delivered on a commitment to provide a safer SYD Road with year-round access from Fort Nelson. This unique public private partnership (“P3”) provides a creative solution within challenging terrain and, at the same time, transfers the financial and performance obligations to the private sector partner.
To view the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources press releases and for further information, please visit http://www.em.gov.bc.ca/subwebs/oilandgas/infrastructure/syd/syd.htm