As crews continue to clear snow and ice from the roads, DriveBC says there is no longer a travel advisory on highways 14, 17, 17a, and 18.
The advisory remains in effect for the 64.5 kilometre stretch of Highway 1, from Duncan to Victoria, which includes the Malahat.
Previously, on Highway 14, Drive BC put a travel advisory in effect between Godman Rd and Danbrook Ave for 97 kilometres, from Langford to Port Renfrew.
For Lake Cowichan residents, there was a travel advisory on Highway 18 for both directions starting from North Shore Road E and Hall Road for 26.5 kilometres.
Highway 17, or the Pat Bay Highway was also under a travel advisory. On Saturday afternoon a semi-truck jackknifed near Elk Lake Road, taking out a lamp post and blocking one lane of traffic.
DriveBC still cautions drivers to drive slow and give extra following distance on all roads.
Although many of the travel advisories were taken off many Island highways today, a new snowfall warning is was issued Sunday morning for most of the Island.