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Asphalting On Front St  To Continue Tomorrow

Asphalting On Front St To Continue Tomorrow

The City of Hamilton advised that asphalting of the westbound driving lane on Front Street, between Parliament Street and Burnaby Hill, will continue tomorrow morning [Feb 21] and is expected to be completed by Thursday afternoon [Feb 22]. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton advises the public that asphalting of the westbound driving lane on... Read more of this article

Asphalting On Front Street On February 16

Asphalting On Front Street On February 16

The City of Hamilton advised that asphalting of the westbound parking lane on Front Street, between Parliament Street and Burnaby Hill, will commence early tomorrow morning [Feb 16] and is expected to be completed before the evening rush hour. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton advises the public that asphalting of the westbound parking lane... Read more of this article

Temporary Closure of Airport Long Term Parking

Temporary Closure of Airport Long Term Parking

The long-term car park at LF Wade International Airport will temporarily closed starting today for repainting of parking lines. “The car park will be completely closed to the public for all vehicles from Wednesday, February 14 until Friday, February 23 for the refurbishment of the line markings. However, travellers can park in the overflow parking... Read more of this article

Advisory: New Traffic Lights Installed In Paget

Advisory: New Traffic Lights Installed In Paget

New traffic lights were recently installed in Paget and will become operational on Friday, February 9th, with the Government saying that “two new traffic light systems were installed near Modern Mart and Meals on Wheels and near the railway trail next to Harmony Club.” A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of Public Works is... Read more of this article

Sunday Morning: Part Of Woodlands Rd Closed

Sunday Morning: Part Of Woodlands Rd Closed

From 8.30am to 10.30am on Sunday [Jan 21], Woodlands Road will be closed to all motor vehicles from the Serpentine Road junction to Cemetery Road junction due to the Butterfield and Vallis 5K Run/Walk. A Government spokesperson said, “This Ministry of Public Works is advising of an upcoming road closure: “Sunday, January 21st, 8.30 a.m. – 10.30... Read more of this article

Court St. Traffic Lights Temporarily Switched Off

Court St. Traffic Lights Temporarily Switched Off

Traffic lights at the corner of Court St and Victoria St will be switched off temporarily this morning [Jan 17] between approximately 9.00am and noon. A police spokesperson said, “Please note that the traffic lights at the corner of Court St and Victoria St will be switched off temporarily this morning between approximately 9am and noon. This is for... Read more of this article

Information Circulating Not Related To Bermuda

Information Circulating Not Related To Bermuda

Information circulating claiming that Senators approved amendments to the Motor and Road Traffic Act is not related to Bermuda, the Government said today. A Government spokesperson said, “The public is advised that information circulating which claims that Senators have approved amendments to new and revised clauses of the Motor and Road Traffic Act,... Read more of this article

Traffic Advisory For 2018 Marathon Weekend

Traffic Advisory For 2018 Marathon Weekend

There will be traffic diversions and parking restrictions in effect due to the 2018 Bermuda Marathon Weekend which will see the KPMG Front Street Mile on Friday night [Jan 12], the 10K on Saturday [Jan 13], and Marathon & Half Marathon this Sunday [Jan 14]. The full traffic advisories from the police are below. Traffic Advisory: 2018 KPMG Front... Read more of this article

47,387 Registered Road Vehicles In Bermuda

47,387 Registered Road Vehicles In Bermuda

There were 47,387 registered road vehicles in Bermuda in 2016, according to the recently released 2017 Environmental Statistics Compendium from the Department of Statistics. Private cars accounted for nearly half [45.88%] of this total, while just under one-third [34.05%] were motorcycles and scooters. There were 172 buses, minibuses and limousines;... Read more of this article

Caution Advised: Oil Spill On North Shore, Flatts

Caution Advised: Oil Spill On North Shore, Flatts

[Updated] The police are advising the motoring public to “be cautious” as “there has been an oil spill identified on North Shore Road in Flatts all the way to St. George’s. ” At 7,35am this morning [Jan 4], police spokesperson said, “Please be advised there has been an oil spill identified on North Shore Road in Flatts... Read more of this article

High Police Presence For New Year’s Weekend

High Police Presence For New Year’s Weekend

The Bermuda Police Service will be highly visible over the long New Year’s weekend and specifically  New Year’s Eve [NYE] with a view to “prevent incidents of antisocial behavior around the many functions and events that are planned”. A police spokesperson said, “On NYE, officers will be deployed in the Town of St. George as well... Read more of this article

Sewer Force Main Fracture Repairs Completed

Sewer Force Main Fracture Repairs Completed

The City of Hamilton confirmed that the repairs to the sewer force main on Sunday, December 17th were “successful.” “The roadway at King and Front Streets was trenched and the necessary repairs to the fracture in the force main have been completed. The trench is currently being filled and asphalting should be taking place either later... Read more of this article

Hamilton Trenching Work On December 17

Hamilton Trenching Work On December 17

The City of Hamilton will be undertaking repairs on Sunday, December 17th, starting early in the morning. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton confirms that the CoH will be undertaking repairs to the force main on Sunday, 17th December starting early in the morning. This will involve trenching works on Front St. at the King St. junction. “Trenching... Read more of this article