Update: Single-lane traffic between Annable and Trail Gulch

The highway was temporarily closed on Friday morning due to a car accident

DriveBC update at 12 p.m.

The highway is now open to single-lane alternating traffic 0.5 km from Trail, between Wellington and Rossland Avenue.


DriveBC has confirmed that 0.5 km of Highway 3B – between Wellington Avenue and Rossland Avenue – is closed to traffic due to a motor vehicle accident.

Motorists can use Warfield Hill Road until the highway is open again.

Updates coming in one hour.


Shortly before 10 a.m. Friday, DriveBC reported that commercial chain up is no longer in effect for the Warfield Hill and Trail area.

On the heels of that announcement, a resident came into the Trail Times office to report that Highway 3B was closed between Annable and the Gulch due to a motor vehicle accident.

More to come …

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