West King's House/Constant Spring road intersection to be closed until Monday

Saturday, April 06, 2019

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THE National Works Agency (NWA) will be closing the Constant Spring /West King's House Road intersection from 10:00 pm tonight until 1:00 am on Monday.

The closure is to allow the National Water Commission (NWC) to lower its transmission pipes so as to facilitate continued drainage improvement works at the location, the NWA said.

The agency explained that the NWC pipeline, which lies across the West King's House Road entrance, has to be relocated to a greater depth to create space for the placement of storm water culverts along the area at a later date.

Due to the restrictions, the NWA has asked motorists to use alternative routes until the intersection is reopened Monday morning.

“The works planned for the West King's House Road intersection at the weekend is the only outstanding activity under the drainage improvement component of the Constant Spring Road project. The laying of water pipelines and pavement works continue at other sections of the project,” said the NWA.


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