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Major road rehabilitation in south Clarendon

Monday, April 24, 2017    

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May Pen, Clarendon — A total of $350 million is being spent on major road rehabilitation in southern Clarendon.

The National Works Agency (NWA) is reporting that $200 million is being spent on the roadway from Lancelot Hall through Mitchell Town to Portland Cottage Crossing in South-east Clarendon.

Another $150 million is going toward rehabilitation work on the Toll Gate to Rest main road in South-west Clarendon.

The work includes bushing, drain repairs and construction, as well as and major resurfacing.


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