Road Works Notice: March 22 – 28, 2021

Weekly Road Works Notice: 

Monday, 22 Mar 2021 – Sunday, 28 Mar 2021

 

Motorists, pedestrians and residents are asked to proceed in the following work areas with caution and follow the direction of the traffic wardens.

 


Barbados Water Authority Mains Replacement Project

St. George:
  • Greens Pavilion to Middleton – reinstatement of road ways and service crossings
  • Greens Pavilion to Drax Hall – reinstatement of roadways and service crossings
  • Drax Hall Woods to Mount Gardens – reinstatement of roadways and service crossings

 

St. Lucy
  • Benthams Road to Charles Duncan O’neal Highway – completion of manholes
  • Charles Duncan O’neal Highway to Trents – completion of manholes

Highway 1 Rehabilitation Project (Sunset Crest/Holetown)

Working Hours: 6:00 pm – 6:00 am; 7:30am to 6:00pm

 

Molyneux Road to Seaview Road

BL&P electrical manholes and excavation of trenches between Molyneux Road and Seaview Road continue. 

 

Traffic diversions will be in effect:

  • From the junction with Cemetery Lane, through Flamboyant Avenue, right onto Mayhoe Avenue, rejoining the highway to continue in a southerly direction.
  • From South: Diversion at Mayhoe Avenue, onto Flamboyant Avenue, left at Cemetery Lane and rejoining Highway 1 to continue northwards.

 

Motorists are asked to follow the road signs in place. 

The road will continue to be passable to both vehicular and pedestrian traffic, however, motorists and pedestrians are asked to exercise extreme caution when passing the work area.


Ridge Road to Coconut Groove, St. Joseph

Milling and repaving continue during the daytime, and are scheduled to be completed by 31 March, 2021.


Greenfield, St. Michael (Bedford Lane)

Repaving of the road will continue this week.


 

WORKS COMPLETED LAST WEEK

 

  • Brydens Avenue, Brittons hill
  • Garrison/St Mathias (2nd Avenue Paddock Road)
  • #5 Durants Village, St James

 


 

Thank you for our cooperation as we carry out these maintenance works on our public infrastructure, and apologise for any inconvenience caused during this time.

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