Friday, 23 June 2017 15:37

3 Lanes Heading South On Uriah Butler Highway Open To Traffic, Merging Lane Used For Exiting Caroni Savannah Road Temporarily Closed

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The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise that the access road used for exiting the Caroni Savannah Road unto the Uriah Butler Highway (South Bound Lane) has been temporarily closed to all motorists.
 
Motorists travelling along the Southern Main Road in Caroni who wish to access the Uriah Butler Highway South Bound via the Caroni Savannah Road should proceed North along the Southern Main Road to access the Churchill Roosevelt Highway and exit at the Churchill Roosevelt Highway/ Uriah Butler interchange to proceed South.
Please note that three (3) lanes of traffic along the South Bound section of the UBH remain open to motorists.
 
The Ministry is currently monitoring excess water in the area and urges the general public to exercise due caution while traversing the highway.
 
The Ministry of Works and Transport apologises for any inconvenience and looks forward to your co-operation.
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