Roadworks under way
Resurfacing works are taking place today on Palmetto Road, between Bishop Spencer Road and Border Lane, during off-peak times.
Tomorrow and Friday, a one-lane closure could be in place along Parsons Road, between Montpelier Road at the Frog Lane roundabout and Roberts Avenue. Resurfacing works will take place during off-peak times, according to the Ministry of Public Works.
Over the next two weekends, crews from the Department of Parks will be topping casuarinas trees and trimming palm trees on South Road in Southampton and Warwick.
The area under vegetation management begins at Turtle Cove in Southampton and ends at Astwood Park in Warwick.
This work is part of the ongoing maintenance of the National Parks system and is especially important during hurricane season, the Ministry advised.
Motorists are asked to drive with caution while work is under way.
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