Guam – Despite concerns raised over quality of the work, Department of Public Works Director Andy Leon Guerrero says traffic should flow freely along Route 4 through the Sinajana intersection at the Mobil and 76 gas stations.
Leon Guerrero told PNC News that they are laying the base course portion of the pavement this weekend, and that should allow the roadway to be opened up for both east and west bound traffic.
However, Leon Guerrero says DPW and Hawaiian Rock are still discussing the quality of what’s called the “friction course mixture.”
Leon Guerrero says if the friction mixture was not done correctly, then Hawaiian Rock will have to re-apply it. But that remains under discussion. However, he told PNC News that the problem will not prevent them from re-opening the intersection.