Guam road construction to increase
Posted: Jan 25, 2010 9:02 PM PST
by Janjeera Hail
Guam - Expect more delay when it comes to traffic on Guam's roadways. Department of Public Works Director Larry Perez says with the agency advertising approximately $20,000,000 worth of projects per quarter, he says residents will see road construction increase. Contractors are working on pavement markings, signage, widening and resurfacing in all areas on island.
"The Route 4/Route 10 intersection," described Perez, "we have pavement markings happening down south happening on Marine Corps Drive. We're going to be doing resurfacing on Route 14, Chalan San Antonio. Reconstruction on Route 25. There will be an intersection near the Las Palmas area."
Perez warns residents to drive cautiously and safely through the roadways during the daytime.