A section of one of the Corporate Area’s busiest thoroughfares, Constant Spring Road is to be repaired during night-time curfew hours starting Monday, May 11.
Work is to begin tonight, Monday, May 11 and continue evening until Wednesday. A section of the roadway has remained bumpy and incomplete as part of the road widening between Manor Park and West Kings House Road. This, despite numerous digging up and paving attempts.
The National Works Agency says the works are to repave a section of Constant Spring Road between the Sandy Gully Bridge and Central Avenue (King’s Plaza) including the intersection with West Kings House Road.
The work is to be carried out during the evenings over the next three days, starting at 7:00 o’clock each day.
Manager, Communication and Customer Services at the National Works Agency (NWA), Stephen Shaw says the works were planned to coincide with the nightly curfew hours so as to avoid any undue disruption of traffic movement.
The team will return to the roadway at the weekend – Saturday, May 16 and Sunday, May 17 to complete the repaving with the final layer of asphalt. The weekend’s activities will commence at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
This weekend’s works will result in the rerouting of traffic along sections of West Kings House Road, Eastwood Park Road and the Sandy Gully Bridge. All motorists, using areas of the thoroughfare where work is being done will, from time to time be redirected onto a single carriageway.