The Roadwork Ahead for the Week of January 17 – 23

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Guam – The Guam Department of Public Works has released the following list of potential traffic trouble spots for the week ahead.
Route 25 Alageta Road
Work activity on Route 25 continues with various aspects of roadway construction.  Drivers using Alageta road are requested to observe and follow all posted construction signs including reduced speeds in the construction zone.   Please pay particular attention to the detour signs and the reduced speeds on local streets.

Traffic heading toward Route 16/Airport will continue to be detoured onto Bari Asi Street and Ancho Latte.  Drivers coming from Route 16/Airport will continue to be detoured from Alageta Road onto Kalamasa Road.  Drivers are advised that additional stop signs and 15 mph speed limit signs have been installed along Kalamasa Drive and Uhang Street for safety in the work zone.  Children are back to school so please be extra careful and observe the posted speed limits and stop for school buses loading and unloading children.

Access to Bello Market continues to be provided through the construction area.

Route 4 from McDonalds to Route 10

No delays are expected as all traffic lanes continue to be open and all traffic signals are under normal operation.

Route 8/10/16 (Tri-Intersection)
As construction for the new roadway at the Tri-Intersection progresses, traffic lanes continue to be restricted to one lane in each direction.  Drivers continue to be advised to comply with the “DO NOT BLOCK EMERGENCY ACCESS” in front of the Barrigada Fire Station when waiting for the traffic signal to change.  Drivers need to account for increased travel time and delays due to this construction work.  The public is also reminded that all businesses remain open and are accessible to vehicular traffic during construction.

Route 4 (Yona)
Drivers heading to and from Yona are advised that lanes are shifted while crews continue construction for the roadway widening and pavement strengthening on Route 4 downhill from the outlook.  Drivers are advised to follow the construction signs that shift the lanes of traffic and reduce their speeds in the construction area.

Route 2 (Umatac)
Southbound traffic at Cetti Bay will be shifted to the left as construction crews do formwork on the culvert outlet headwall.   No lanes will be closed, however drivers using Route 2 in Agat and Umatac are requested to look in advance for posted construction signs.  Drivers should expect delays and increased travel time due to this construction work.

Route 17 (Talofofo)
Construction work continues on Route 17 from Route 4 to Route 4A.  Drivers should anticipate lane restrictions, and increased travel time.  Drivers are also advised that this construction work may require daytime lane closures and one way traffic in the construction areas.

Route 16 (GMF / Guam Army National Guard)
Construction crews continue road base preparation and asphalt paving at the Route 16 – GMF / Guam Army National Guard intersection.  Drivers are asked to observe posted traffic signs, expect shifting lanes and short delays.

Route 1 (Wusstig Road and Chalan Lajuna Intersections)
Drivers are advised that the traffic signals at Wusstig Road and Chalan Lajuna have been turned on.  Persons using this section of Marine Corps Drive are advised to use caution at these intersections and to observe and follow these new traffic signals.

For more information contact:
The Guam Transportation Information Center
Tel: 646-3452  Fax: 646-3448
Email:  highways@dpw.guam.gov  and  helpdesk@guamtransportationprogram.com