Broad Street to Bridge Street closure notice for milling and paving

The Ministry of Transport and Works, through its contractor, Infra Construction Inc., will be milling and paving Upper Broad Street to Bridge Street and St. Michael’s Row in Bridgetown, from Tuesday, May 7 to Thursday May 9, 2024, under the Accelerated Mill and Pave Programme.  

As a result, motorists are advised that Broad Street will be closed at the intersection of Broad Street and High Street and vehicular traffic will be diverted north on to High Street. While traffic travelling from St. Michael’s Row will be diverted at the junction of St. Michael’s Row and Spry Street, continuing north on to Spry Street.  

Construction is expected to take approximately three days and work will be carried out daily as follows: 

Milling will take place on Tuesday, May 7, from 8.00 p.m. to Wednesday May 8,  at 6.30 a.m. 

Paving will take place on Wednesday, May 8, from 8.00 p.m. to Thursday May 9, at 6.30 a.m.  

On Tuesday, May 7, only Transport Board buses will be allowed access during the milling process. However, during paving, the road will be completely closed to all vehicular traffic.  

During paving, Transport Board buses travelling to the Granville Williams Bus Terminal will travel via John Beckles Drive coming from Belmont Road or the Globe Roundabout and Halls Road. 

While buses coming from the North after 9.00 p.m., will travel via Lower Broad Street, Coleridge Street, Roebuck Street, Globe Roundabout on to Halls Road, John Beckles Drive and then on to the Granville Williams Bus Terminal.  

The 5.00 a.m inbound buses from the north and those buses travelling to Granville Williams Bus Terminal will use the same diversion route during the road closures on Wednesday, May 8 to Thursday, May 9. 

MTW and Infra Construction Inc. are encouraging persons to plan their routes accordingly and thank businesses, residents, and motorists for their understanding and cooperation. (PR/MTW) 

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