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Tuesday June 13 2000


Permits, Approvals and Licences

Drivers Licence

Other Registry of Motor Vehicle services


Working on the roadside?

You’ll need a
permit. They’re required
for any kind of construction on
highway right-of-ways,
including
driveway construction.

To inquire about Vehicle Overweight Permits,
Contact Jim Francis, Design Engineer,
(902) 424-2567

or see the
Special Move Permit: Overweight information.

To inquire about permits for vehicles
outside regulation in other ways, contact
Cheryl Purcell, Vehicle Compliance Representative,
Business and Consumer Services
(902) 424-5536
or see the Special Move Permit: Over Dimension information.

Bus Inspection
Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board,
Public Passenger Division,
(902) 424-3588

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Memorial White Cross Guidelines and Permits

If your group is interested in doing a one-time roadside clean-up, you'll need a Litter Clean-Up Permit - you'll need Acrobat Reader, see below. Before you apply for the permit, read the conditions and suggestions attached to the form.  You may also be interested in becoming part of the Adopt-A-Highway program.

Get Adobe Acrobat


For more information on permits required by TPW,
contact Paul Richard, Operations Analyst
(902) 424-2206



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