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NWA Hot Mix patching work underway in St Elizabeth

Published:Saturday | December 13, 2014 | 9:41 AM

The National Works Agency (NWA) is advising motorists and pedestrians that it has commenced a programme of Hot Mix patching along some roadways in St Elizabeth.



It says patching will be carried out along the Tombstone to Gutters, Scotts Cove to Luana and Luana to Tombstone corridors.



The works are scheduled to last for three weeks and should be completed by December 30.



Community Relations Officer of the NWA's Southern Region, Howard Hendriks says the patching of these roadways will be done by one of the NWA's Force Account Teams at a cost of $2 million.



Hendriks says approximately 700 square metres of patching will be undertaken along these road sections.



The NWA is advising motorists and pedestrians to obey posted warning and directional signs and the instructions of flag persons while work is in progress.



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