Users of the Mandela Highway should expect delays today as the National Works Agency (NWA) carries out repairs to the major thoroughfare.
The NWA says it will be patching potholes along the highway.
It says the repairs began at Six Miles in St Andrew, commencing at 9 o’ clock this morning and the work will continue along the West bound lane of the highway to the vicinity of the Jose Marti Round-a-bout in St Catherine.
The NWA says the patching project is scheduled to be completed by 4 o’clock this afternoon.
Motorists are therefore being advised to expect minor delays during the period.
Published by: The Gleaner
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