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Big villages, big road construction projects

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - If you'll be traveling along Guam's roadways this week, be cautious because road construction continues around the island.  Several of the island's larger municipalities have ongoing road construction projects that are affecting the normal flow of traffic.

Yigo
Expect some delays along Route 1, as travel lanes will be restricted to one lane in each direction on Marine Corps Drive at the Wusstig Road intersection. Anticipate delays and increased travel time on this section of Route 1.  Work also continues on the new traffic signal at the intersection of Chalan Lujuna. No delays are anticipated.

Dededo
Expect some delays along Route 25 at Alageta Road. This road is closed to all except local traffic from Uhang Street and Chalan Galak. Traffic must use detours on Kalamasa Street and Ahau Street. Follow detour signs and reduce speeds.

Hagatna/Sinajana
Work also continues along route four from McDonald's to Route 10. Travel lanes continue to be restricted to one lane in each direction on route four at the Tutujan intersection. You're advised to merge into one lane. Motorists using this portion of Route 4 to commute to school or work should anticipate increased travel times. Work should be completed by September.

Barrigada
There's work along the tri-intersection of routes 8/10/16. Traffic is restricted to one lane in each direction. You'll experience delays. Find alternate routes and consider carpooling.  Lastly, expect minor delays on Route 16 at the Guam Main Facility U.S. Post Office intersection. Construction work is ongoing here. Traffic lanes heading toward the tri-intersection and Harmon are shifted to the right for the construction work in the median. Reduce speeds and follow signs.

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