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Roadwork planned for Agat this week

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - If you're traveling along Guam's roadways expect some delays in several villages.

Yigo
Work continues along Route 1 in Yigo. Motorists continue to be advised that traffic heading south on Marine Corps Drive is restricted to one lane of traffic at Wusstig Road.  Motorists should anticipate reduced speeds, increased travel time and short delays while this work is in progress.

Dededo
Next, there's work along Alageta Road, as construction is progressing on Route 25.  Motorists continue to be advised of the detour on the local roads on Kalamasa Street and Ahau Street when traveling from Route 26 to the airport.  Motorists are requested to follow the detour signs, reduce their speeds on the local streets and allow for extra travel time.

Agat
Next there's construction work along Route 2 in Agat. Guardrail crews are removing existing guardrail and installing new guardrail on Route 2 in the village of Agat.  Motorists should anticipate daytime lane closures and short delays while this guardrail work is being done.

Barrigada
Next, work continues along Route 16 (the Guam Main Facility post office intersection in Barrigada), motorists are requested to follow the construction signs and reduce their speed in the construction area.

Hagatna-Sinajana
Then expect delays along Route 4 from McDonald's to Route 10, as motorists are advised that construction will be ongoing on Route 4 at the Tutujan intersection.  This work will involve the complete reconstruction of the intersection on both sides of the 76 gas station.  Traffic lanes will be reduced in the construction area to one lane for each direction.  Motorists should anticipate increased travel times, congestion and delays until this portion of Route 4 is completed.  Anticipated completion for this section of Route 4 is the end of August.

Mangilao
Then there is work at the tri-intersection of routes 8/10/16. Motorists using Route 8, Route 10 or Route 16 at the tri-intersection are advised that traffic lanes will be restricted to one lane for traffic heading to Hagatna or Harmon.  Traffic lanes will also be restricted to one lane in each direction on Route 10 at the intersection.  Motorists are encouraged to find alternate routes to reduce congestion and delays.

Tamuning
Finally, expect work along Route 14 (Marine Corps Drive to Archbishop Felixberto Flores Circle). Construction work will be starting soon on Route 14.  The work will consist of complete reconstruction of Route 14.  Motorists will see shifted and reduced lanes that will be necessary to accommodate this roadwork. 

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