LOCATIONS: Pueblo Subbase Intersection to Frenchtown Intersection and Edward Wilmot Blyden Road (Yacht Haven Grande)
DATES: May 13 - 20
HOURS OF WORK: 8:00 pm – 5:00 am (NIGHT SHIFT)
KEY FACTS: Beginning the week of May 13, Virgin Islands Paving will be completing the final stages of the punch list items, which include removing and replacing deceased palm trees throughout the project limits and roadway mitigation by Bellows International. During roadway mitigation (May 14 - 16), a single-lane eastbound closure will be implemented between Harwood Highway Intersection and Pueblo's Intersection on Route 30.
During palm tree installation on Moravian Highway (May 13 - 20), the inner eastbound lane and westbound lanes will be closed to vehicular traffic from Pueblo Intersection to Frenchtown Intersection.
During Palm Tree Installation at Edward Wilmot Blyden Road, when traversing from west to east towards the Lucinda Millin traffic light intersection, vehicles will not be allowed to make the right turn onto the eastbound lanes (heading towards YHG.) Only local through traffic will be allowed for Paul M. Pearson Garden residents. All work will be performed during the night shift hours of 8 PM - 5 AM. Motorists and pedestrians are urged to adhere to all traffic controls and traverse these areas with caution.
TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $2,728,138
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