Three sites along St. John’s Centerline Road will see major construction in the coming months, according to the Department of Public Works. The work entails construction of retaining walls, drainage improvements and road repairs. This project is 100 percent funded by the Federal Highway Administration.
In the coming days, the contractor, Island Roads Corp., is expected to begin installing construction signs and temporary traffic control devices, as well as mobilizing construction equipment within the construction limits of the project.
Centerline Road will have a single-lane closure in the westbound lane throughout the duration of the project. The closed section will have signals or flagmen set up so traffic can flow in both directions in an alternating pattern. Work is scheduled to be completed by June 24, 2016.
Temporary traffic control devices will be installed to assist motorists and pedestrians through the work zones. And flaggers will be posted when needed.