Mandela’s eastbound traffic to be switched to new lanes

Mandela’s eastbound traffic to be switched to new lanes

Saturday, February 02, 2019

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EFFECTIVE tomorrow, Traffic heading into Kingston along the Mandela Highway will be placed on new driving lanes just after clearing the traffic lights at the Tom Cringle Drive intersection.

National Works Agency communication and customer services manager, Stephen Shaw, explains that motorists will travel on two newly paved lanes located to their right when going across the Tom Cringle Drive intersection in the vicinity of the Nestle headquarters.

Shaw said the new lanes, which adjoin the westbound carriageway, are located on a ramp. As such, he explained that motorists will continue up a gently sloping grade to get onto the Overpass Bridge at Six Miles from where they would travel as they normally do onto either Spanish Town Road or Washington Boulevard.

The temporary detour was constructed to allow for the continuation of the installation of a box culvert over the Duhaney River. The first half of the structure has been completed and facilitated the recent opening of the new westbound lanes along the Mandela Highway. The box culvert is the last major structure scheduled to be built as part of the road improvement project.

The traffic change will remain in place until works on the box culvert are completeD.

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