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NWA to spend $100m on Corporate Area road repair programme

Published:Saturday | October 31, 2015 | 10:00 AM

The National Works Agency (NWA) is to embark on a $100-million road repair programme across Kingston, St Catherine and St Andrew.

The NWA says the works will involve the patching of major corridors.

Among the roads to be targeted are the Dawkins Pen to Naggos Head and Spanish Town to Bamboo thoroughfares in St Catherine.

In St Andrew, the Gordon Town Road and the stretch from Harbour View to Bull Bay will be also be repaired.

Other areas where work is slated to be undertaken include Spanish Town Road, Waltham Park Road, Rousseau Road, Patrick Drive, Langston Road, Jacks Hill Road, Olympic Way, Bourke Road and Chisolm Avenue.

The NWA says motorists may at times experience slight delays in using the targeted corridors during the implementation of the project.