Black Watch Pass work to slow traffic
Construction work on Black Watch Pass in Pembroke, scheduled to start today, will affect traffic, Government has warned.
The Ministry of Public Works said that the work will result in the closure of one lane of traffic in the area.
Stop-lights will be used to organise traffic flow.
A ministry spokeswoman said: “The public is encouraged to be mindful of these construction works and, if needed, seek alternative routes to avoid delays.”
A date for when the work is expected to finish was not provided.
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