The Roadwork Ahead for September 20 – 26

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Guam – The Guam Department of Public Works has released the following list of traffic trouble spots for the week ahead. Traffic Report for September 20 through September 26, 2010

ROUTE  1 (YIGO)
Construction work continues on Marine Corps Drive at the intersection of Wusstig Road.  Travel lanes continue to be restricted to one lane for both northbound and southbound directions.  Motorists are requested to follow the construction signs and merge into the thru lanes well in advance of the lane restrictions.  Motorists should anticipate delays and increased travel time until this construction is completed.

ROUTE  25 (ALAGETA ROAD)
Roadway and drainage work continues on Alageta Road.  Motorists are advised that Alegata Road between Kalamasa Drive and Route 26 is closed to all but local traffic.  Motorists heading from Route 26 toward the airport will need to use the detours on Kalamasa Street and Ahau Street.  Persons traveling toward Route 26 are advised that Alageta Road is one way only between Uhang Street and Kalamasa Street and to follow the detour signs around the construction area.

ROUTE  4 (FROM McDONALDS to ROUTE 10)
Travel lanes will continue to be restricted to one lane in each direction for the construction work underway at Tutujan (Sinajana) intersection.  Motorists traveling on this section of Route 4 should anticipate delays and increased travel time especially during rush hour periods.  Traffic lanes are anticipated to be restored to two lanes in each direction by the end of September.

Construction will continue at various locations along Route 4.  Motorists should anticipate daytime lane closures and short delays due to this construction work.

ROUTE  8/10/16 (TRI-INTERSECTION)
Construction work continues on the Route 8, Route 10 and Route 16 legs of the Tri-intersection.  Traffic lanes will continue to be restricted to one lane in each direction of travel.  Motorists using this intersection should anticipate delays, increased travel times and should consider alternate routes to reduce congestion and delays.