Upgrade Work Continues On Front St. Junctions

November 6, 2020 | 3 Comments

The upgrades to the Front Street traffic junctions continues, and motorists and pedestrians are encouraged to use caution in the areas as the work continues, the City said today.

A spokesperson said, “The upgrades to the easternmost Front Street traffic junctions continue to progress, according to schedule.

“The upgrades at Bermudiana Road are nearing completion with work slated to start imminently on the northern sidewalk outside Milan Milan and Alexandra Mosher Design Studio, and the junction of Par-la-Ville Road, Point Pleasant Road and Front Street.

Upgrade Works On Front Street Junctions Bermuda Nov 2020

Assistant City Engineer, Charles Waters, said of the project, “We’re on track as we move eastward with the project. These upgrades are essential to our infrastructure to ensure a high degree of safety and efficiency in Hamilton. The City thanks those merchants and businesses in the affected area for their patience as the works move into their final month of construction.”

“Any impact to traffic flow during construction should remain minimal. Select parking bays will be affected during the project but priority will be placed on maintaining public parking and reducing pedestrian impact.

“Motorists and pedestrians are encouraged to use caution in the areas as the work continues. Temporary traffic signal equipment, signage and diversions will remain in place, as needed.”

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  1. John Lee says:

    Why is the COH intent on creating more congestion in the City? People are more inclined to stay home and buy on Amazon and not venture into the city because of the hassle

    • yup says:

      Agree, COH have steadily reduced the efficiency of traffic in the city and reduced street side parking. They seem to forget that traffic going from east to west and reverse has no quick route to avoid town. By adding more obstructions to reduce the ability for efficient travel through the city this will increase congestion. As many of these routes are used by the police, fire and ambulances it will make quick and safe passage more difficult and increase time to reach their destinations.

  2. Southampton Resident says:

    why is COH so intent on installing on making the sidewalks so uneven with cobblestones at the crossings. It is just so easy to step unevenly on them and fall or twist an ankle.

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