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DPW Gives Updates on Construction at Black Point Hill, Coral Bay Road and Fish Bay Road.

Coral Bay Road (Route 107), St. John. (Submitted (photo)

Summary: The Department of Public Works (DPW) is updating the community on several emergency relief road projects in the St. Thomas/St. John District. The total cost of these emergency relief projects is $23,543,882.76

Black Point Hill (Route 30), St. Thomas

Key Facts: The Black Point Hill ER Project comprises seven different locations along the hillside. DPW’s contractor has completed over 50% of repair work to the first site and is currently mobilized at the second location. Repairs on this project entail the installation of a gabion wall, retaining wall, shoulder improvements, guardrails and rehabilitation of the roadway.

Coral Bay Road (Route 107), St. John

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Key Facts: Work on the Coral Bay Road Emergency Relief Project has reached the 40% completion mark. Motorists can expect work to continue for the next several weeks. Repairs on this project entail the installation of a retaining wall, improvements, guardrails and rehabilitation of the roadway.

Fish Bay Road (Route 1041), St. John

Key Facts: DPW reports the completion of roadwork on Fish Bay Road (Route 1041). The emergency repairs included the installation of a retaining wall, drainage improvements, guardrails and rehabilitation of the roadway.

DPW appreciates the community’s patience as they work to improve road conditions throughout the territory. Follow DPW on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. You can also log on to dpw.vi.gov and www.vitranvi.com to stay abreast of all things V.I. Public Works.

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Coral Bay Road (Route 107), St. John. (Submitted (photo)
Summary: The Department of Public Works (DPW) is updating the community on several emergency relief road projects in the St. Thomas/St. John District. The total cost of these emergency relief projects is $23,543,882.76 Black Point Hill (Route 30), St. Thomas Key Facts: The Black Point Hill ER Project comprises seven different locations along the hillside. DPW's contractor has completed over 50% of repair work to the first site and is currently mobilized at the second location. Repairs on this project entail the installation of a gabion wall, retaining wall, shoulder improvements, guardrails and rehabilitation of the roadway. Coral Bay Road (Route 107), St. John Key Facts: Work on the Coral Bay Road Emergency Relief Project has reached the 40% completion mark. Motorists can expect work to continue for the next several weeks. Repairs on this project entail the installation of a retaining wall, improvements, guardrails and rehabilitation of the roadway. Fish Bay Road (Route 1041), St. John Key Facts: DPW reports the completion of roadwork on Fish Bay Road (Route 1041). The emergency repairs included the installation of a retaining wall, drainage improvements, guardrails and rehabilitation of the roadway. DPW appreciates the community's patience as they work to improve road conditions throughout the territory. Follow DPW on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. You can also log on to dpw.vi.gov and www.vitranvi.com to stay abreast of all things V.I. Public Works.