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FREDERIKSTED — The Department of Public Works is advising the community of a westbound lane closure on Melvin Evans Highway from the West Airport Intersection to the Williams Delight Intersection. The road closing, which will remain in effect until Friday, will allow the contractor to finish milling and paving the

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CHRISTIANSTED — After Hurricanes Irma and Maria, a number of traffic signs along roadways throughout the territory were destroyed or displaced. Celestine Construction, LLC was awarded the contract to replace the damaged signs on St. Croix, the Department of Public Works said. “Starting this week, the contractor will install signs

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works is advising the community of an offline traffic signal at the intersection of Raadets Gade and Veteran’s Drive in the waterfront area of St. Thomas. The line providing power to the traffic signal was inadvertently damaged by an external contractor early this morning, according to

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works (DPW) announced that bus route services expanded in St. Thomas today. Effective today, VITRAN will expand Routes 301 and 601 to include Perimeter Road, which borders the Schneider Regional Medical Center. This route will contain the following stops: Lockhart School, Raphael O.

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FREDERIKSTED — The Department of Public Works said that repair work to the westbound lanes on the Melvin Evans Highway begins today. The MEH highway from the West Airport Intersection to the Williams Delight Intersection will remain closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. from today to April 21st, according

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Department of Public Works was out restoring St. Croix roadway signs that were destroyed by Hurricane Maria in 2017. A Celestine Construction LLC employee worked by himself to install a “left-turn-only” sign on the Christiansted Bypass near Estate Richmond on St. Croix this morning. Phinehas Weekes of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works (DPW) said road work on Weymouth Rhymer Highway west of the Donoe intersection begins today. In preparation for construction, Island Roads Corporation will install temporary traffic control devices, construction signs, and barricades, DPW said. Work is expected to continue through July 31,

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FREDERIKSTED — The westbound lanes on Melvin Evans Highway from the West Airport Intersection to the Williams Delight Intersection will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting this week, DPW said. “The closure will allow the contractor to begin milling and paving the lanes,” DPW spokeswoman Renee Exius

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works said work on a collapsed sewer line along Veteran’s Drive will start tonight.. The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority will begin work today from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly, DPW said. “During work hours, traffic will be reduced to a single-lane

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Senate Rules and Judiciary Committee unanimously approved Governor Albert Bryan Jr.’s nomination of Derek Gabriel to become the Commissioner of the Department of Public Works. All six members of the Senate committee voted in favor of moving Gabriel’s nomination forward for a vote by the full 34th Legislature.

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