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TRAFFIC ADVISORY FOR FEBRUARY 11-17

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Road Safety Reminder for the Week 

TRAFFIC SIGNAL LIGHTS and what they mean: 

  • RED light means "STOP" until the green light appears.
  • FLASHING RED light is the same as “STOP” sign. Come to a complete stop at the intersection before proceeding.
  • YELLOW light means "WARNING" and tells you that red signal is about to appear. When you see the Yellow, you should stop your vehicle, if you can do so without danger to other cars and wait for the green light before starting.
  • FLASHING YELLOW light means "SLOW DOWN" and proceed with caution.
  • GREEN light means "GO", but you must allow any vehicles remaining in the intersection to go through before you make the move.
  • GREEN ARROW permits the motorist to proceed in the indicated direction without interference from oncoming traffic.


Regardless of the traffic signal, you must always yield the right-of way to any pedestrian or other vehicles already in the intersection. 

Running a red light is a violation of Guam Code Annotated (GCA) 3339B-3. The minimum fine for this violation is $80. 


Guam Construction Update 

Motorists are advised to drive cautiously through all construction zones, observe all posted speed limit and construction signs, and carefully heed to flaggers. Alternative routes and/or adjusting drive times when feasible are encouraged. 

Route 3 Widening 

Construction activities are ongoing along Route 3 from just north of Route 28 to just south of Potts Junction. Motorists can expect lane closures and flagger-controlled traffic. 

Route 1 and Route 8 Resurfacing 

From Monday, February 11, 2019 to Sunday, February 17, 2019, the DPW contractor, Hawaiian Rock Products, will be working on the following areas between 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM: 

  • layout pavement markings along northbound lanes on Route 1 – Dededo/Yigo (from Guam Home Center to Wusstig Road)
  • milling and paving along northbound lanes on Route 1 – Dededo/Yigo (from Wusstig Road to Shell Gas Station)
  • milling and paving along eastbound lanes on Route 8 – Barrigada (from Shell Gas Station to Mobil Gas Station)

On Saturday, February 16, 2019 the DPW contractor, Hawaiian Rock Products, will continue construction activities along the northbound and southbound shoulders at the Route 8 corner Canada-Toto Loop Intersection. Motorists are advised to drive cautiously through the construction zones, observe all posted speed limit and construction signs. 

Motorists are advised to expect lane closures, lane shifts, and flagger-controlled traffic in these areas. 

South Paulino Heights – Ipan/Talofofo 

The Department of Public Works (DPW) Highway Maintenance crew will continue preparing the road bed for hot mix asphalt paving starting from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Motorists are advised to proceed with caution through the construction areas and to expect delays. 


 


GUAM TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
 
Telephone (671) 646-3452 
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