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Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Announcements
Post date: 10 hours 16 min ago

The Ministry of Public Works wishes to inform motorists that BELCO will be continuing their trenching work from Frog Lane to Old Military Road, heading north to Palmetto Road and then east towards the Barker’s Hill roundabout.

The lane closure will be ongoing until Wednesday July 27th, 2022. Working hours will be from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm daily, Monday through Sunday.

Motorists are asked to avoid this lane closure section on Frog Lane, Old Military Road and Palmetto Road by using alternative routes via Robert’s Avenue, Parson’s Road or Middle Road for the duration of this trench work.

Traffic controls will be under the direction of BELCO representatives and will be managed through traffic control signals and directional signs during rush hours.

Motorists are advised to drive cautiously through the construction sites and avoid speeding to protect themselves and construction workers on site.

The Ministry of Public Works wishes to encourage the full cooperation of the public and apologizes for any inconvenience that may result.

Should there be any questions regarding the BELCO trench works, please contact Mr. Jonathan Pedro, Project Manager for BELCO on 295-5111 ext. 1441. Any queries regarding detours, contact Mrs. Tina Beer-Searle, Aug Principal Highways Engineer for the Ministry of Public Works on 501-3044.

Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Announcements
Post date: 10 hours 18 min ago

The Ministry of Public Works wishes to inform the motoring public that a new BELCO trenching project will commence on Palmetto Road near Barker’s Hill roundabout, heading along North Shore Road and extending east to Store Hill junction. This work will require a single lane closure for the duration of the trenching.

Trenching work will start Monday May 30*, 2022 and will be ongoing until Friday September 2nd, 2022. Working hours will be from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, daily Monday through Sunday.

Motorists are asked to avoid this lane closure section on Palmetto Road and North Shore Road by using alternative routes via Middle Road from Store Hill or Frog Lane.

Traffic controls will be under the direction of BELCO representatives and will be managed through traffic control signals and directional signs during rush hours.

Motorists are advised to drive cautiously through the construction sites and avoid speeding to protect themselves and construction workers on site.

The Ministry of Public Works wishes to encourage the full cooperation of the public and apologizes for any inconvenience that may result.

Should there be any questions regarding the BELCO trench works, please contact Mr. Jonathan Pedro, Project Manager for BELCO on 295-5111 ext. 1441. Any queries regarding detours, contact Mrs. Tina Beer-Searle, Acting Principal Highways Engineer for the Ministry of Public Works on 501-3044.

Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Service Disruptions
Post date: 3 days 10 hours ago

The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) is advising the public that the Central Bus Terminal kiosk will have reduced hours, due to limited staff resources.

As such, DPT is advising of the following hours of operation for the kiosk:

  • Thursday, May 19       7:15am – 5:00pm
  • Friday, May 20           7:15am – 5:00pm
  • Saturday, May 21        8:15am – 4:00pm
  • Sunday, May 22          8:45am – 4:30pm
  • Monday, May 23        7:15am – 5:00pm
  • Tuesday, May 24        7:15am – 5:00pm

As a reminder to the commuting public, Bus Passes, Tickets and Tokens are available for purchase from the General Post Office, Sub-Post Offices and the Ferry Terminal.

The DPT takes this opportunity to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.

Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Announcements
Post date: 3 weeks 4 days ago

We wish to advise the public to take extreme care and caution while in or near the ocean given the increased presence of the Portuguese Man of War. Portuguese Man of War can be identified with their bluish gas-filled float on top of the water, however, their in-water tentacles are often not seen making it a deadly predator for small fish and extremely painful for humans after contact with the skin.

Please keep your distance and do not touch the Portuguese Man of War even if they are on land or a beach as the tentacles can still be very venomous.”

Alert Severity: Advisory
Alert Type: Announcements
Post date: 1 month 13 hours ago

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