10 Jan 2020
Contractors will be completing drainage installation works along Constant Spring Road at both the West Kings House and Eastwood Park Road intersections starting tonight into Sunday morning (January 12). According to National Works Agency (NWA) Communication and Customer Services Manager, Stephen Shaw, the works, which is planned in phases, will be executed such that the impact on traffic flow is minimized as much as possible. He is however urging motorists who have no need to travel to that section of Constant Spring Road to avoid the area or use alternative routes. Mr. Shaw says activities are scheduled to get underway at the corner of West Kings House and Constant Spring Roads at 9 p.m. Therefore motorists turning left from West Kings House Road onto Constant Spring Road en route to Half-Way-Tree should do so using the middle lane along Constant Spring Road. This phase of the works should be wrapped up by 5 Saturday morning. Activities will then shift to the opposite side of Constant Spring Road between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday, January 11. While the works will be carried out off the roadway, it will result in some lane restrictions and motorists are therefore being urged to follow the instructions of the road signs when using that section of the corridor. Later on Saturday the Eastwood Park Road/Constant Spring Road intersection will be closed at the Ministry of Justice from 9 p.m. until 5 Sunday morning (January 12). Traffic travelling north along Eastwood Park Road will be re-routed back onto Constant Spring Road through the area where the Champion complex is located. Motorists may also use Red Hills Road and Dunrobin Avenue to continue northbound. The work areas will have the requisite signage and flagpersons posted at critical locations to guide motorists appropriately. The NWA apologizes for any inconvenience that the planned activities may cause.