Motorists warned over road closures
Several roads throughout the island will be partially or completely closed to traffic starting next week, the Ministry of Public Works announced.
Beginning on Monday, one lane will be open on Palmetto Road so that trenching can be done.
It will be open only to westbound traffic from 7.30am to 9am and only eastbound traffic will be allowed after that. This will remain in effect until February 10.
Part of North Shore Road in Devonshire, between Loyal Hill Road and Store Hill, will also be open to one lane of traffic because of trench work. This will begin on Monday and will last until the end of June.
A section of Harrington Sound Road will also have one-lane traffic for paving work. It will begin on Tuesday to March 31.
Multiple roads will be closed next week for the Bermuda Triangle Challenge, starting with Crow Lane on January 13, from 6pm to 10pm.
At that time, all westbound traffic between Spurling Hill and its junction with Front Street will be diverted to Flora Duffy Hill, on to Spurling Hill and along Reid Street.
The Triangle Challenge’s second leg, a 10km run and walk, will lead to sections of Parsons Road, Frog Lane, Old Military Road, Montpelier Road, North Shore Road, Palmetto Road, BFA Way and Middle Road either closing or being open to one-lane traffic on January 14.
These closures will be in effect from 8.45am to 11am and parking will not be allowed in the areas, nor in Flatts Village or Fort Hill Road, during this time.
Several roads from Dockyard to Devil’s Hole Hill will be closed on January 15, the final day of the race, from 7am to 11am. A section of Pitt’s Bay Road will remain closed until 3pm.
Blackwatch Pass will be closed to all traffic and pedestrians on January 14, 15 and 22, from 7am until 5pm, so that vegetation on the cliff can be removed.
• For full details of all the closures see under related media.