Diversion Of Traffic To Facilitate Road Closure Moliniere

Diversion Of Traffic To Facilitate Road Closure Moliniere 1

St. George – The general public is advised that the Ministry of Infrastructure Development, Public Utilities, Energy, Transport and Implementation in collaboration with the Traffic Department of the Royal Grenada Police Force has made alternative traffic arrangement for the Western Main Road Corridor, Moliniere Area.

The diversion of traffic will be as follows:

Effective Friday 13th December from 7am, heavy trucks will not be allowed to use the Western Main Road. All heavy trucks and trailers are advised to use the Eastern Main Road and other alternative routes. The RGPF will issue an advisory in that regard.

Effective Monday 16th December, 2019 from 7am, all other vehicles are advised to use the alternative routes as specified below.

Mt. Moritz Concrete Road – to facilitate the traffic coming from St John, St. Mark and St Patrick towards St. George.
Jones Road to facilitate the traffic coming from St. George towards the Western side.
This arrangement is made to facilitate geotechnical and engineering studies and design work on the road section between Mt. Moritz junction and Moliniere. This intervention is urgently required to address the land slippage in that area.

The general public is advised that the diversion of traffic will be in effect until further notice as the Ministry endeavours to enhance road safety in the area. The studies will commence in the coming weeks. The kind cooperation of homeowners in the area and the motoring public is anticipated.

The Ministry apologizes for any inconvenience.

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