Expect delays on Constant Spring Road as NWC repairs broken main

ACP Calvin Allen, head of the Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch (PSTEB)
Motorists are being told to brace for traffic delays on Constant Spring Road in St. Andrew Wednesday evening as the National Water Commission (NWC) continues to repair a broken main.
The NWC says repairs to the 21-inch transmission main should be completed by midnight. 
Assistant Commissioner Calvin Allen, head of the Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch, says until then, the flow of traffic will be affected. 
Only two lanes are available on Constant Spring Road, which means the two north bound lanes will be utilised to flow the traffic heading south bound out of the Corporate Area. 
Public passenger vehicles that would use Constant Spring to go into Half Way Tree will now be diverted to turn right unto Dunrobin, then use Red Hills Road.
Other vehicles can turn at Shortwood Road and then unto Waterloo Road.
Traffic from Washington Boulevard intending to intersect with Dunrobin to come unto Constant Spring Road are advised to turn right unto Red Hills Road and then enter Half Way Tree. 

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