The National Works Agency (NWA) is advising the motoring public that come 9 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday, April 11) a section of the Greenvale to Spur Tree Main Road in Manchester will be reduced to single lane traffic in the vicinity of the Total Gas Station. The lane restriction is to facilitate rehabilitative road works on a section of the corridor.
Community Relations Officer at the NWA, Howard Hendriks, explains that the work which is to be undertaken over a six week period will impact the eastbound and westbound lanes intermittently.
Some 21 million dollars is being spent on the project under the ongoing 1.35 billion dollar Local Rehabilitation and Drainage Improvement Programme Capital A Programme.
The improvements in the road surface, along what is a busy corridor, will allow for the freer movement of traffic and ease of access to major communities such as Junction, Alligator Pond, Santa Cruz, Goshen, Mandeville, Porus and Savanna la Mar.
Motorists are being reminded to obey the instructions of the flagmen and traffic signs are posted along the corridor during the period of works.