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April 6, 2024

The public is being advised the road from the bottom of Oistins Hill to Maxwell will be paved on the night of Sunday, April 7.

In a release, the Ministry of Transport and Works says the paving will be carried out from 7:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.

During paving the road will be impassable to vehicular traffic.

Motorists heading to Bridgetown will be diverted at Oistins Hill where they can travel along Maxwell Hill to re-join Highway 7, while those heading to Oistins will be diverted at Maxwell Hill. Local and emergency access will be facilitated where possible.

Passengers who use Transport Board buses will be able to embark and disembark at the Oistins Terminal. The buses will however travel up Thornbury Hill to join the diversion route.

A shuttle service will be in place from 7:30 p.m. from Top Rock Roundabout to Maxwell Coast Road. Passengers from the Sam Lords Castle and Speightstown buses can transfer to the shuttle.

The Airport/Kirtons and Sam Lords Castle buses will travel to Oistins to collect passengers travelling to Bridgetown and Speightstown.

The work is being done by Infra Construction Inc. under the Ministry of Transport and Works Accelerated Mill and Pave Programme.

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