The current condition of Route 114 is atrocious. There is no shoulder left on a significant portion of the road and it is down to one lane in several areas between the world famous Hopewell Rocks and Fundy National Park in Alma along New Brunswick’s most popular tourism area.
Albert MLA Mike Holland and Fundy Royal MP Rob Moore were both asked for a statement regarding the road conditions and when we can expect repairs. While a response from Mike Holland has yet to be received, we did obtain the following statement from MP Rob Moore:
“Route 114 leads to one of Canada’s premiere tourism destinations. Visitors to Fundy National Park, Hopewell Rocks and other tourist attractions here depend on this road being in top condition, but right now it’s far from it. I was proud to bring in millions of dollars of federal funding to invest in Route 114 through Fundy National Park as well as funding to complete the Fundy Trail Parkway because this type of investment in our region is so important to the local economy. I’m calling on the current federal government to come to the table and work with the province to fix Route 114 to ensure the safe and smooth passage for visitors and residents alike.”