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DPW Schedules Thermoplastic Line Striping on Many St. Thomas Roads, Sept. 27-Oct. 3.

Project: Fiber Optic Cable Deployment Project, St. Thomas, Thermoplastic Line Striping

Location: Sugar Estate Road (Rte. 310), including Dronningens Gade and Pollyberg; Raphune Hill and (Rte. 38) Weymouth Highway to Tutu Park, Mafolie Road (Rte. 35), Magens Bay Road, Waterfront, Norre Gade and Taarneberg Gade

Dates: September 27 to October 3, 2021

Hours of Work: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (all areas except Waterfront – Monday to Friday)

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8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Waterfront – Saturday and Sunday)

7 p.m. to 6 a.m. (Waterfront – Monday to Friday)

Road Advisory: Motorists can expect delays due to partial road closures and lane closures. Please exercise caution when traveling in these locations.

Project Summary: New Fiber-Optic cable deployment to interconnect existing cell sites with the purpose of creating a more robust network, which will improve capacity, reliability, resiliency and increase performance of the existing communication network during natural disasters situations. It will also set the base for future deployment of new network technologies in the USVI. Phase I, of the project includes some milling and re-asphalt/road reconstruction where the roadway has been impacted. Roads will be partially closed for safety reasons. No parking will be allowed during project working hours. All vehicles must be removed prior to the beginning of construction.

Contractor: Bermudez Longo Diaz – Masso Inc.

Project owner: Liberty Mobility, USVI.

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