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Guardrails being installed at Airport Road

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Expect more traffic around Guam's roadways, as construction work continues throughout the island.

Barrigada
If you're traveling along Route 16 or the Barrigada Post Office intersection, expect some delays there. Motorists are advised that heavy construction equipment will be entering and exiting this area. The contractor will be working in the center portion of the roadway. Be aware that the lines will be shifted to the outside of the roadway. Anticipate reduced speeds and short delays when traveling.

Tamuning
Then there's work along Route 10a also known for Airport Road. Guardrail construction continues on Airport Road between Route 16 and Home Depot. Traffic will be reduced to one lane during daylight hours. Heavy construction equipment will be on the shoulder of the roadway. Anticipate short delays until work is completed.

Agat-Umatac
Then there's work in the southern part of the island along Route 2 in Agat. Crews will be removing old guardrails and installing them at various locations. Anticipate daytime lane closures and short delays when traveling from Agat to Umatac. Follow the direction of the flaggers.

Hagatna-Ordot
Work continues on Route 4 from McDonald's to Route 10. Traffic heading uphill and downhill on the section of Route 4 is limited to one lane of traffic in each direction. Allow for extra travel time. Activities will also continue from canton Tutuhan Road to Route 10. Expect some delays.

Mangilao
Expect delays on the route 8/10 and 16 tri-intersection next to Happy Mart. Asphalt pavement begins. Anticipate narrow lanes and short delays.

Yigo
Yigo more work continues on Route 1 in Yigo. Southbound traffic will continue to be restricted to one lane at the Wusstig Road intersection. Anticipate reduced speeds, short delays and increased commuting time.

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