Jamaica’s National Works Agency (NWA) has indicated that the traffic signal at the intersection of Camp Road and Arnold Road will be turned on over the weekend.
According to NWA’s communication and customer services manager, Stephen Shaw, the lights will be installed in phases with road users travelling south along Camp Road and wanting to turn on Arnold Road, now having an exclusive filter light.
According to Shaw, the US$2.2m roadwork is almost finished, with the first phase of paving works recently completed. This created a higher capacity intersection at Camp Road and Arnold Road.
He said the intersection will continue to operate as a T-junction with the finalising works to be completed in the upcoming days.
During the period, the final tests on the newly laid sewer and water pipelines will be done, as well as the final layer of pavement on both Camp Road and Arnold Road.