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NWA undertakes spray patching project in Kingston and St Andrew

Published:Wednesday | January 7, 2015 | 1:34 PM

Several roadways in Kingston and St Andrew are now being repaired under the National Works Agency’s (NWA) 2015-2016 Spray Patching Programme.



The NWA says the works began on Monday and are scheduled to be completed by the end of the month.



The agency says 10 roadways in Kingston have been selected for patching during this phase of the programme.



They include Langard or Delacree Avenue, White Hall Avenue, Kings Crescent in Richmond Park, Ripon Road, Windward Road, Hope Road and Woodglen Drive.



The NWA says approximately 4,750 square metres of patching is to be carried out.



Meanwhile, the NWA says patching has commenced along three kilometres of the 18 kilometres long corridor between Papine and Bull Bay, in St Andrew.



The NWA says about 4,800 square metres of this stretch of roadway is being patched.



The NWA is advising motorists to expect minor delays along roadways where patching is taking place and obey the instructions of flag persons and posted warning signs.



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