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    Duh Road Talks About The North Coast Highway Road Marking Project

    Duh Road | November 18, 2019
    The National Works Agency NWA is currently working on its road marking project for the North Coast Highway, with 90 percent of phase one now complete. The Programme will address 37 kilometres of roadway in two Phases, with phase one spanning Runaway Bay in St. Ann from to Braco in Trelawny and phase two from Braco to Falmouth. Listen to Duh Road to get the details.  
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
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    Duh Road | December 2, 2019
    The National Works Agency NWA has started works to fix the Bowden Hill Bridge in St. Andrew at a cost of over 30 million dollars. Earlier this year a 35 million dollar contract was awarded to fix a section of the broken Bowden Hill Roadway but following heavy rainfall in mid February the Bowden Hill Bridge was washed away. Listen to Duh Road to find out more about these road works.
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    Duh Road | November 25, 2019
    The government will be implementing a 1.3 billion dollar Special Mitigation Programme in communities across Jamaica. The programme will involve the combined efforts of the National Works Agency, NWA, National Solid waste Management Authority, NSWMA and the Ministry of Health. Listen to this edition of Duh Road to get the latest on these road works.
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    Duh Road | October 22, 2019
    Mosquito Cove, in Hanover is an area with quite a large section of marsh land that could possibly be home to many mosquitoes. In Mosquito Cove, the National Works Agency NWA is improving the approach roads to the mosquito Cove Bridge. Community Relations Officer for the NWA’s Western Region Janel Ricketts says the agency is in the final stages of the project.
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    Duh Road | October 7, 2019
    The Ferris to Mackfield Road Improvement Project in Westmoreland is 95 percent complete. Prime Minister Andrew Holness got a firsthand look at the works last week and noted the major difference in the appearance of the roadway prior to the start of works, and now.
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    Duh Road | September 23, 2019
    Major works on the bridges are now complete and the National Works Agency, NWA says what’s left to be done is paving work, now being carried out on a short section of the eastern end of the lanes leading to downtown Kingston. Once these works are complete the contractor will move to finishing the section with Asphaltic Concrete overlay.
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan
    Duh Road | September 12, 2019
    Presenter: Twila Wheelan
    Producer: Twila Wheelan