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Barrigada roadwork ramps up this week

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by Michele Cahatay

Guam - If you're traveling along Guam's roadways, expect some traffic during your commute.

Yigo
Work continues along Route 1 in Yigo at the Wusstig Road intersection. Motorists heading southbound are advised that traffic is restricted to one lane and should anticipate reduced speeds, increased travel time and short delays.

Dededo
Next, work continues in Dededo (Route 25 - Alageta Road) between Route 16 and Route 26. Traffic heading toward the Guam International Airport continues to be detoured to local roads on Kalamas Street and Ahau Street. Reduce speeds while traveling on these roads.

Agat
Then there's work in Agat along Route 2. The contractor will be removing and replacing guardrails. Anticipate daytime lane closures and short delays.

Barrigada
Next, expect delays along route 16 (the Barrigada Post Office intersection). Construction work continues in the center. Be aware of the lane shifts and reduce your speeds.

Hagatna-Ordot
If you're traveling along Route 4 from McDonald's to Route 10, expect delays there. Construction continues at the intersection of Tutujan Street on Route 4. Lanes will be restricted to one lane in each direction. Anticipate increased travel times, congestion and delays. Completion of the section is at the end of August.

Barrigada
Lastly, work continues at the route 8/10/16 tri-intersection. Traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction on routes 8 and 16. Motorists are advised that lane restrictions will cause delays. You're encouraged to find alternate routes to reduce congestion and delays.

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