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DPW Traffic Advisory (July 1-7)

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Route 1 (Yigo)
The northbound shoulder lane from Ypaopao to Gayinero Road on Marine Corps Drive in Yigo will be closed between the hours of 4 a.m. and 4 p.m. beginning this Friday, June 28 through Monday, July 1.

The lane closure is necessary for the safety of travelers and Docomo Pacific's construction personnel as they utilize an aerial lift to attach fiber cable onto the power poles.
 
 
Route 1/ 8 (Hagåtña Bridges)
Motorists traveling through this area are advised to be aware of new lane configurations, lane shifts and detours:
 
·  On Sunday, June 30, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Chalan Santo Papa Juan Pablo Dos will be reduced to one lane as construction personnel survey the bridge.
 
·  Route 1 between Route 4 and Route 8 is reduced to two lanes in each direction. 
 
·  Route 1 will be reduced to one lane in each direction nightly between 8:30 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. 
 
·  Route 4 at the intersection of Route 1 will also have lane closures nightly between8:30 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
 
 
Motorists are advised to drive cautiously through construction zones and observe all posted speed limit and construction signs.  Alternative routes and/or adjusting drive times when feasible are encouraged. 
 
 
Route 4 Ylig Bridge (Yona)
Construction work on the bridge abutments on the Route 4 Ylig Bridge continues this week.  Due to the proximity of the construction work to travel lanes, intermittent traffic delays and lane closures may be required for the safety of motorists traveling in the area. The temporary bridge and detour remains open to traffic with a posted 15 MPH speed limit. Motorists should observe the posted speed limit and all construction signs.
 
 
Route 4 Widening & Resurfacing (Ylig Bridge to Pago Bay to Route 17)
Construction personnel will be working though the week installing guardrail and fencing. Due to the proximity of the construction work to travel lanes, intermittent traffic delays and lane closures may be required for the safety of motorists traveling in the area. Motorists should observe the posted speed limit and all construction signs.

 

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