Radio Programme

Hagley Park Road is Now 85 Percent Complete

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
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Duh Road | October 22, 2019
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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.
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Duh Road | September 10, 2019
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Duh Road | September 6, 2019
The people of Mavis Bank and adjoining communities and persons passing through the area are now able to access the Georges River Bridge. The bridge, located in Violet Bank, was renovated by the National Works Agency (NWA) at a cost of 21 million dollars. It’s been expanded to 36 feet and can now accommodate two large vehicles simultaneously. Prime Minister Andrew Holness has commended the NWA for the successful completion of the project, noting that the previous bridge, was an impediment for motorists.
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Duh Road | September 3, 2019
As part of efforts to help commuters remain safe as they travel, the Ministry of Transport is looking to make greater use of technology in enforcing the road rules and improving overall road safety. The use of technology is expected to reduce the burden placed on members of the security forces to serve as a deterrent against traffic violations, and to increase efficiency in identifying violators.
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