Approach section of North Coast Highway at Martins, St Mary with caution — NWA

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

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ST MARY, Jamaica — The National Works Agency (NWA) is advising motorists travelling along the North Coast Highway in the vicinity of Martins Primary School in Martins, St Mary to proceed with caution as a hole has formed in the middle of the roadway.

Communication and Customer Service Manager at the NWA, Stephen Shaw in a release a short wile ago stated that an assessment of the roadway has been done and estimates submitted to undertake the necessary repairs.

Shaw added that the section of the roadway remains open to vehicular traffic as it is still safe for motorists to traverse the area provided that they do so with due care.




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