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Oct 14: Road Closures For Partner-Re 5K Race

Oct 14: Road Closures For Partner-Re 5K Race

The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists of road closures on Sunday morning [Oct 14] due to the Partner-Re Women’s 5K Run and Walk. A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists of road closures on Sunday, 14 October from 8:30am until 9:45am to accommodate the Partner-Re Women’s 5 km Run and Walk. “Closures... Read more of this article

TCD Officers Checking For Illegal Licence Plates

TCD Officers Checking For Illegal Licence Plates

The Transport Control Department [TCD] is reminding the public of licence plate guidelines after “an increase in personalized licence plates which are not in compliance with the legal plate specifications”. A spokesperson said, “The Transport Control Department [TCD] is reminding the public of the motor vehicle licence plate guidelines... Read more of this article

Road Sobriety Checkpoints From Oct 12 To 14

Road Sobriety Checkpoints From Oct 12 To 14

The Bermuda Police Service will be conducting road sobriety checkpoints this weekend in Pembroke, Devonshire and Paget parishes. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] would like to advise the public that the next series of road sobriety checkpoints will be conducted this weekend from Friday [Oct 12] to Sunday [Oct 14]. “The... Read more of this article

Traffic Restrictions Due To Race On Oct 7th

Traffic Restrictions Due To Race On Oct 7th

The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists of traffic restrictions due to the Bermuda Bicycle Association President’s Cup Bicycle Road Race that will take place on Sunday [Oct 7] from 7.30am to 10.30am. A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists of the Bermuda Bicycle Association President’s... Read more of this article

Kindley Field Lane Closure From October 8 – 12

Kindley Field Lane Closure From October 8 – 12

There will be a one-lane road closure on Kindley Field Road effective Monday, October 8 through Friday, October 12 between 9.00am and 4.00pm. A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists of a one-lane road closure effective Monday, October 8 through Friday, October 12 on Kindley Field Road [at Stone Crusher Corner]... Read more of this article

Barker’s Hill Road Closure From October 2 To 4

Barker’s Hill Road Closure From October 2 To 4

The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists of a road closure on Barkers Hill, Devonshire from Tuesday, October 2 to Thursday, October 4. A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists of a road closure on Barkers Hill, Devonshire [from the junction of North Shore Road to the junction with Vesey Street]... Read more of this article

Tractor Trailer & Construction Vehicle Advisory

Tractor Trailer & Construction Vehicle Advisory

The Transport Control Department is reminding owners of tractor trailers and self-propelled construction machines that “road use is prohibited every Monday to Friday during the following hours 7:45am – 9:15am and 4:30pm – 6:00pm. “This restriction does not apply to container trucks that do not have a container or container trailer... Read more of this article

Road Closures On Sunday Due To Triathlon

Road Closures On Sunday Due To Triathlon

The Ministry of Public Works is advising motorists that on Sunday [Sept 30] from 8am until 12pm, there will be lane closures to accommodate the Tokio Triathlon Road Race. The Ministry said, “The following roads will be affected:Crow Lane: Lanes 1 and 2 which lead into Hamilton closed Gorham Road: West bound lane closed Woodbourne Avenue: South... Read more of this article

Infrastructure Upgrades: Church & Court Junction

Infrastructure Upgrades: Church & Court Junction

The City of Hamilton advises that work to upgrade the junction of Court and Church Streets will commence on Monday, October 1st and is expected to be completed by November 9th. A spokesperson said, “This is part of the City’s ongoing Smart City initiative to install an intelligent traffic light management system and this junction will be rebuilt... Read more of this article

Section Of Queen St In St George’s To Close

Section Of Queen St In St George’s To Close

The Corporation of St. George would like to advise the public that a section of Queen Street will be closed to vehicular traffic on Thursday [Sept 20] from 6.00pm until 9.00pm. A spokesperson said, “The Corporation of St. George would like to advise the public that a section of Queen Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.... Read more of this article

Photos: Traffic Detours Due To Bridge Installation

Photos: Traffic Detours Due To Bridge Installation

[Updated with photos] The Ministry of Public Works is advising the motoring public that there will be a bridge installed over North Shore Road, Smiths Parish, near Gibbons Bay, causing road traffic detours from today [Sept 17] through Wednesday [Sept 19]. A spokesperson said, “The bridge installation will take place over a three day period from... Read more of this article

North Shore Road Traffic Comes To A Standstill

North Shore Road Traffic Comes To A Standstill

The flow of traffic on North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish came to a standstill this evening [Sept 12] with vehicles backed up in both directions. It appeared that traffic lights set up just west of the Shelly Bay Beach area were both showing red resulting in traffic not moving in either direction for a span of time.Many frustrated motorists abandoned... Read more of this article

Repaving Work On Court, Angle Streets Junction

Repaving Work On Court, Angle Streets Junction

The City of Hamilton has advised that repaving at the junction of Court and Angle Streets will begin at 6:00am on Thursday [Sept 13]. A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton advises that repaving at the junction of Court and Angle Streets will begin at 6:00am on Thursday, September 13th. The junction will be closed until work is completed, estimated... Read more of this article