Temporary lane closure in Pembroke
Motorists are being advised of a temporary lane closure in Pembroke from next week for wall repairs to be carried out.
Construction crews will be working on Mount Hill from Monday morning and repairs are expected to take four weeks.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Public Works said: “To secure the work site and the safety of the workers, traffic will be restricted to one-way flow in the northwest direction.
“Traffic will be allowed to enter Mount Hill from the Langton Hill side to head west to Berkeley Road. Barricades will be placed on Mount Hill to prohibit traffic from travelling from Bulley-Graham-Rawlins Funeral Home to Langton Hill.”
The spokesman also reminded motorists to expect delays when trench work gets under way in Warwick on Monday.
Crews will be working on South Shore Road between Privateer Lane across to Tearoom Hill near the Warwick Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Work will take place between 7am and 6pm and is expected to last a week. One lane of the road will be closed during the roadworks, which are being conducted to connect a Belco power line.
Motorists are asked to avoid this section of road and to use alternative routes via Middle Road from Cobbs Hill Road or from Dunscombe Road.
The spokesman said: “The Ministry of Public Works wishes to encourage the full co-operation of the public and apologises for any inconvenience that may result.”