Thursday, 03 August 2017 14:44

Temporary Traffic Disruption: Diego Martin Highway

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The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise the public that there will be a temporary traffic disruption along the Diego Martin Highway between 0.1km and 0.3km in the vicinity of Victoria Keys. This has become necessary to facilitate the construction of a culvert crossing across the Diego Martin Highway. Work will commence on Friday August 4th, 2017 at 8pm.

This project is expected to be done according to the following schedule:
- Friday – 8pm to 4am
- Saturday – 8pm to 4am
- Sunday – 10am to 2pm

The public is advised to be aware of the undermentioned traffic adjustments along the Diego Martin Highway in the vicinity of the work:
 Traffic flow will be diverted from three lanes to two lanes in the vicinity of the work area on each carriageway (i.e. Northbound and Southbound) along the Diego Martin Highway (Route 1)
 Alternatively, motorists can utilise Morne Coco Road (alternative route) from the Diego Martin Highway to gain access onto the Western Main Road and vice versa.
 Members of the public are kindly asked to follow all instructions from Police Officers on site to facilitate a safe and orderly flow of traffic.
 Please be aware of heavy equipment entering and exiting the site.

The Ministry of Works and Transport regrets any inconvenience caused and thanks the public for its cooperation. For Further information, please visit the Ministry’s website ( or call Highways Division at 652-4671.


Ministry of Works and Transport 

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