Printers Way roadwork set to begin

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The National Roads Authority is set to begin roadwork on Printers Way Tuesday, which means there will be limited access to motorists wanting to use the George Town thoroughfare.

According to an NRA release, the works will start from the newly constructed roundabout next to the taxi dispatch/bus depot to Thomas Russell Avenue, and will run for one week, until Tuesday, 1 Oct.

The NRA said Printers Way will be open for local access only during this time.

“Drivers are asked to keep watch for traffic diversions and to drive with caution to ensure their safety and that of the work crews,” the NRA said.

The work will run between the hours of 9am and 4pm each day.

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