Hamilton Weekend Road Closures

February 3, 2011

The City of Hamilton today announced two road closures over the weekend.

On Saturday, February 5 between 6:00am and 10:00pm, Parliament Street between Victoria and Dundonald Streets will be closed to traffic in both directions while equipment is placed on the roof of the Bermuda Monitory Authority Building.

Additionally, trenching work will take place on Sunday, February 6 between 7:00am and 7:00pm on Front Street near Number Six Shed between Parliament Street and Burnaby Hill.

The City of Hamilton apologized for any inconvenience these road closures may cause.

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  1. Bermyman says:

    Why is this work never done at night when not many are using these roads? Everyone knows how busy Town is on a Sat afternoon? Do we love incoveniencing the public so much?! The roads are in a terrible state from Trenching, I never get how they can trench and patch it up so badly. We have pot holes like Jamaica does in the center of Hamilton, starting to look more third world one step at a time!

    • RME says:

      Why is the work never done at night…? Perhaps because they’d like to use a little thing we like to call DAYLIGHT to see with when they work!!!!

      • Bermyman says:

        Do we live in the 18th century? Electric lights have been invented since then. How else do they work at 6am and at 10pm? Sorry, but if you go to the UK or the US, major road works in a busy area of a city are mostly carried out at night into the early morning in order to avoid inconvenience and congestion. I think the main reason is that Bermudians don’t want to work unsociable hours.

  2. Ray says:

    I agree. Why is it that they can never fix it back neatly. I am tired of having to avoid the deep or high ridges that they make from their quick patch up jobs. I dont understand cause if they are using a steam roller it should pack it down smoothly. That shows you how much effort they put into their work.