(CMR) The National Roads Authority (NRA) has announced the partial completion of the new eastbound lane on the Linford Pearson Highway as part of ongoing efforts to enhance the region's transportation infrastructure.
However, the NRA said while it is making significant progress on this critical project, it wants to emphasize the importance of safety for all road users during the construction phase. Construction is currently underway to complete the full build-out of the eastbound lane on the Linford Pearson Highway.
The NRA is reminding everyone to exercise extreme caution when traveling through this construction zone.
Director of the NRA, Edward Howard, expressed concerns about the safety of all road users in this area.
“Safety is our top priority. We are urging motorists to be extra vigilant and reduce their speed when passing through this construction zone. The temporary eastbound lane may be narrow, and we want everyone to stay safe,” Director Howard stated.
In addition to motorists, the NRA recommends that cyclists and pedestrians take an alternative route during this construction phase. For the safety and convenience of all, the NRA encourages cyclists and pedestrians to use Agnes Way as a detour instead of utilizing the temporary eastbound lane. Agnes Way provides a safer and more accessible route for cyclists and pedestrians until the construction project is completed.
The NRA is committed to completing this project efficiently and ensuring the safety of all road users throughout the construction process.
“We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work towards enhancing the transportation infrastructure in our community,” the NRA said.
For further information and updates, follow the NRA on Facebook, www.facebook.com/nraroads, or visit their website at www.caymanroads.com or call at 946-7780.