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Traffic changes effected along Constant Spring Road

Sunday, November 18, 2018

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ST ANDREW, Jamaica — The National Works Agency (NWA) says effective today, traffic changes will be made along Constant Spring Road in St Andrew.

NWA said the change will be in effect between the intersection of Hillman Road and Oliver Road, Manor Park.

Manager, communication and customer services at the NWA, Stephen Shaw said that vehicular traffic heading in both northerly (towards Manor Park) and southerly (towards Half Way Tree) will be rerouted onto a completed section of the corridor.

Shaw stated that consequent to this change, access into and out of Cassava Piece Road will not be allowed. Persons wishing to access Constant Spring Road will do so via Clifton Boulevard and all persons travelling north along Constant Spring Road will exit the new pavement in the vicinity of Manor Centre.

“The changes are being made in order to facilitate the laying of distribution water and sewer lines on the western side of Constant Spring. This is being done on the section of road between the Tax Office and Manor Park. Work is also slated to be done on the section of road below the Tax Office, where the installation of a major water transmission line is to continue,” NWA said.

Motorists are being urged to obey the posted warning signs and the instructions of flag-persons.

Constant Spring Road is being upgraded at a cost of US$20 million.

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