Govt: Public Reminder Of Ongoing Road Works

July 28, 2021 | 3 Comments

The Ministry of Public Works said they wish to” remind the public of ongoing road works across the island impacting traffic flow.

“Examples of locations where traffic delays may pose a problem are Middle Road near Khyber Pass in Warwick, Georges Bay Road at the entrance to Morgan’s Point, and Store Hill in Smiths, which will remain closed,” a Government spokesperson said.

“Road users are also urged to avoid travelling over the steel plates covering a road trench and surrounded by traffic cones on Mount Hill Road between Langton Hill and Hallet Crescent junctions in Pembroke.

“In light of this information, the motoring public is strongly advised to consider traffic delays when travelling to their destinations and plan accordingly.

“Traffic will continue to be managed through traffic control signals and detour signs.

“On a positive note, members of the public will be pleased to know that Harrington Sound Road and Harbour Road are now fully open to traffic.

“The Ministry of Public Works encourages the public’s full cooperation, apologizes for any inconvenience that may result, and wishes all of Bermuda a safe and healthy Emancipation, Mary Prince and Cup Match holiday.”

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  1. sage says:

    Are they building a lay-by, a ferry stop, parking spots or a fishing pier on Harbour road? None of which make any sense in that particular spot near a bad corner with no real access from either direction and it isn’t close to anything. What’s going on down there oh Kernel B?

  2. Dunn juice says:

    Guess thatbwont be happybtonevery road in Bermuda is in bad shape. We knowntheybwont be repaved anytime soon. And the contractors need to take more pride in how they patch the road. There HORRIBLE

  3. Bingo says:

    The work on Harbour Road is horrible, classic W&E.
    Firstly they work just a few hours a day whilst holding up the island – massively impacting our productivity and wasting thousands of hours.
    But worse, they have a carpenter making those boxes ON SITE, why not prepare them weeks in advance and leave the road open???
    Honestly you can’t make this up.
    What’s more important – Bermuda’s success or a few at W&E justifying a ludicrously long job?

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