Roads of ruin

Published: Saturday | April 28, 2012 Comments 0
Cromarty Drive is riddled with potholes, causing distress to all motorists.
Cromarty Drive is riddled with potholes, causing distress to all motorists.
Hummingbird Road in Cromarty, St Catherine, is an eyesore. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Hummingbird Road in Cromarty, St Catherine, is an eyesore. - Ian Allen/Photographer
If you plan to drive along Windsor Road in Cromarty, you'd better have a heart of faith or deep pockets. Talk about hell holes! - Ian Allen/Photographer
If you plan to drive along Windsor Road in Cromarty, you'd better have a heart of faith or deep pockets. Talk about hell holes! - Ian Allen/Photographer
The Windsor Bridge in Spanish Town, St Catherine, was featured in People's Report last year for a gaping hole obstructing vehicular traffic. It was fixed but has again been the victim of erosion, posing danger to commuters.- Ian Allen/Photographer
The Windsor Bridge in Spanish Town, St Catherine, was featured in People's Report last year for a gaping hole obstructing vehicular traffic. It was fixed but has again been the victim of erosion, posing danger to commuters.- Ian Allen/Photographer
St Thomas has been the poster parish for road ruin, and nowhere is it more apparent than in Golden Grove, where craters have turned into mini lakes.
St Thomas has been the poster parish for road ruin, and nowhere is it more apparent than in Golden Grove, where craters have turned into mini lakes.

Today we look at some of Jamaica's rotten roads. Cromarty in Spanish Town takes the spotlight, and so, too, does Golden Grove in St Thomas.

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