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Malojloj roadwork begins this week

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Inarajan Mayor's Office announces that Route 4 improvements by the Dandan Road entrance in Malojloj are scheduled to start tomorrow. Motorists are hereby alerted that the southbound lane will be closed for improvements. Temporary lanes are provided to allow northbound and southbound traffic to continue at all times. 

Drivers are requested to observe and follow all traffic safety signs including reduce speeds in the construction areas and detours. 

Traffic lanes may be shifted as construction progress.

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