Road construction planned in 6 villages - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Road construction planned in 6 villages

Posted: Updated:

by Michele Catahay

Guam - Island motorists can expect more delays on the roadways as construction projects hit the island. If you're hitting the streets this week, you may want to stay cautious at some areas around Guam since road construction projects are in full swing.

Tumon
First there's San Vitores Road (Marine Corps Drive to The Westin), where concrete pavement work continues for the downhill lanes. Anticipate delays due to reduced lanes during the construction. Construction is also underway at isolated locations from the police station to The Westin. You can anticipate daytime lane closures and short delays.

Yigo
Roadwork also continues on Route 1.  A contractor is working on the new traffic signals at Wusstig Road and Chalan Lujuna. Motorists should anticipate daytime lane closures and short delays.

Hagatna
Then there's work on Route 4 from McDonald's to Route 10. The contractor will be performing spot repairs to the pavement. Anticipate daytime lane closures and short delays.

Barrigada
There's additionally work planned along Route 16 near the Guam Main Facility post office intersection. This work is off of the roadway. No delays to traffic are anticipated.

Mangilao
Lastly, work continues along the intersection of Routes 8, 10 and 16. Construction work begins on Route 10a opposite of Happy Mart. The contractor will work to construct detours for the roadways construction. Lane configurations will be changing and you should anticipate short delays when entering or exiting Route 8a and Route 16.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Lou and Josh announce transition team

    Lou and Josh announce transition team

    The Leon Guerrero/Tenorio team has announced their transition team. The Governor-elect and Lt. Governor-elect said in a statement Dr. Mary Okada will Act as Chairwoman of the transition team and Dr. Laura Torres Souder will Act as Vice Chair. The Lou and Josh team also announced they will not conduct public meetings, news briefings or media interviews until after the Guam Election Commission certifies General Election results, which is expected to happen on November 23. In t...

    More >>

    The Leon Guerrero/Tenorio team has announced their transition team. The Governor-elect and Lt. Governor-elect said in a statement Dr. Mary Okada will Act as Chairwoman of the transition team and Dr. Laura Torres Souder will Act as Vice Chair. The Lou and Josh team also announced they will not conduct public meetings, news briefings or media interviews until after the Guam

    More >>
  • Health insurance won't be suspended for public sector retirees this month

    Health insurance won't be suspended for public sector retirees this month

    Government retirees will not have their health insurance coverage suspended this month. The Department of Administration says it expects to make good on a $300,000 payment to TakeCare. The company sent out notice that it would have to cut services on NoveMore >>
    Government retirees will not have their health insurance coverage suspended this month. The Department of Administration says it expects to make good on a $300,000 payment to TakeCare. The company sent out notice that it would have to cut services on NoveMore >>
  • Ken Joe Ada speaks out about terrorizing arrest

    Ken Joe Ada speaks out about terrorizing arrest

    Ken Joe Ada, the former mayor of Yona, was charged with terrorizing over the weekend. And he's now speaking out about the incident that led to his arrest. He says he reached out to a local businessman about a commercial that he felt was malicious towards More >>
    Ken Joe Ada, the former mayor of Yona, was charged with terrorizing over the weekend. And he's now speaking out about the incident that led to his arrest. He says he reached out to a local businessman about a commercial that he felt was malicious towards More >>
Powered by Frankly