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Traffic barriers finally removed in Barrigada

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - If you're traveling along Guam's roadways, be cautious of road construction alert throughout the island. Many of the island's ongoing efforts are scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of the year.

Yigo
Work continues along Route 1 in Yigo at the intersection at Wusstig Road. Both northbound and southbound travel lanes are restricted to one lane on Marine Corps Drive. You're advised to merge into the single lane of traffic. Anticipate delays and increased travel time.

Dededo
Work also continues along Route 25, as a portion of Alageta Road has had the bottom section of the pavement placed between Uhang Street and Kalamasa drive. Traffic is therefore restricted to one lane for those traveling from Route 16 to Route 26. Reduce speeds and follow signs.

Hagatna/Sinajana
There's additionally construction work along Route 4 from McDonald's to Route 10. Traffic has been moved to portions of Route 4 at the Tutujan Intersection. Travel lanes are restricted to one lane in each direction for traffic heading to Hagatna. This section is scheduled to be completed by the end of September.

Barrigada
You can also expect delays at the tri-intersection of routes 8/10/16. Roadway excavation continues on the Tiyan side. Lanes are restricted to one lane for traffic heading toward Hagatna and Harmon. Anticipate delays there.  Work continues at Route 16 (the Guam Main Facility U.S. Post Office intersection). Traffic barriers have been removed from the center of Route 16 and lanes have been restored to near normal conditions. Follow construction signs and reduce speeds.

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