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HomeAlertsDepartment of Public Works Updates Community on Two Projects.

Department of Public Works Updates Community on Two Projects.

Summary: The Department of Public Works (DPW) is updating the community on several emergency relief (ER) road projects in the St. Thomas/St. John District. The total cost of these ER Projects in the district is $23,543,882.76. All St. Thomas/St. John District Emergency Relief projects are scheduled to be completed by December 2022.

Alexander Gade

Island: St. Thomas

Location: Route 379

Date: June 20

Key Facts: The Department of Public Works (DPW) is updating the community of upcoming emergency relief road work taking place on Alexander Gade (Route 379), near All Saints Cathedral School. Construction is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 20. The work entails drainage improvements and rehabilitation of the roadway. Motorists can expect lane closures and delays for the duration of construction.

Traffic Light Repairs

Island: St. Thomas

Date: June 20

Location: Intersection of Raadets Gade and Veterans Drive, and the Intersection of Market Square East and Weymouth Highway (Cost-U-Less).

Key Facts: The Department of Public Works (DPW) informs the community of upcoming traffic light fixture repairs starting at the intersection of Raadets Gade and Veterans Drive on Monday, June 20. The second repair will take place at the intersection of Market Square East and Weymouth Highway (near Cost-U-Less) on Wednesday, June 22. Contractors will replace the temporary traffic lights that were damaged in the 2017 hurricanes.

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

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Summary: The Department of Public Works (DPW) is updating the community on several emergency relief (ER) road projects in the St. Thomas/St. John District. The total cost of these ER Projects in the district is $23,543,882.76. All St. Thomas/St. John District Emergency Relief projects are scheduled to be completed by December 2022. Alexander Gade Island: St. Thomas Location: Route 379 Date: June 20 Key Facts: The Department of Public Works (DPW) is updating the community of upcoming emergency relief road work taking place on Alexander Gade (Route 379), near All Saints Cathedral School. Construction is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 20. The work entails drainage improvements and rehabilitation of the roadway. Motorists can expect lane closures and delays for the duration of construction. Traffic Light Repairs Island: St. Thomas Date: June 20 Location: Intersection of Raadets Gade and Veterans Drive, and the Intersection of Market Square East and Weymouth Highway (Cost-U-Less). Key Facts: The Department of Public Works (DPW) informs the community of upcoming traffic light fixture repairs starting at the intersection of Raadets Gade and Veterans Drive on Monday, June 20. The second repair will take place at the intersection of Market Square East and Weymouth Highway (near Cost-U-Less) on Wednesday, June 22. Contractors will replace the temporary traffic lights that were damaged in the 2017 hurricanes. DPW appreciates the community's patience as they work to improve road conditions throughout the territory. Follow DPW on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter. People can also log on to www.dpw.vi.gov and www.vitranvi.com to stay abreast of all things V.I. Public Works.