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Update: Northbound lanes reopened on Lions Gate Bridge

This could cause major delays between Vancouver and North Vancouver
Traffic has been stopped in northbound lanes before the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, B.C. due to spun-out cars.

Update: 10:49 a.m.

Northbound lanes have reopened, according to the VPD.

"Lions Gate Bridge has been re-opened in both directions," tweeted the police department. "Thank you for your patience."

Original story: 10:03 a.m.

Drivers headed to North Vancouver via the Lions Gate Bridge will have to find another way.

The bridge has been closed to northbound traffic due to "multiple stalled vehicles in the causeway," according to Drive BC.

Crews are assessing the situation now; now estimation for reopening has been given.

"Please find an alternate route and avoid the area until further notice," the VPD advised in a tweet.

The closure begins at Denman Street and runs to the far side of the bridge.

Webcams at the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge show traffic over the span is busy, but still moving smoothly.

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