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NWA says Hot Mix Patching in Manchester nearing completion

Published:Tuesday | July 14, 2015 | 11:03 AM

The National Works Agency (NWA) is advising that Hot Mix Patching along six corridors in Manchester should be completed within the next two weeks.

Patching began on June 23 and is expected to improve traffic flow along these roadways.

The repairs are being undertaken by one of the National Works Agency’s Force Account patching crews.

The roads being patched are Pusey Hill to St Jago, Shooters Hill to Caines Shop, Caines Shop to Highgate Hall, Cumberland to Williamsfield, Williamsfield to Greenvale and Rudd’s Corner to Rowes Corner. 

The project is being paid for by the Road Maintenance Fund for an amount of $10 million.

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