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3 speed bumps to be installed on Fish Bay Road

3 speed bumps to be installed on Fish Bay Road

Motorists from since Sunday, October 16, 2022, have been enjoying the smooth uninterrupted ride through Fish Bay; however, they will soon have to contend with speed bumps.

This is according to the Virgin Islands Recovery and Development Agency (RDA) on October 17, 2022.

The RDA said asphaltic works commenced on Saturday, October 15, 2022, with preparatory works which comprised of the proper cleaning of the new road pavement, tacking of road edges and asphalting the road gaps.

Works continued on Sunday, October 16, 2022, with the laying of the asphaltic concrete which is 90% completed. The final works were scheduled for execution and completion by noon on Monday, October 17, 2022.

Three speed bumps are to be installed on the Fish Bay Road.


Speed bumps coming


Three speed bumps were to be installed on Monday; however, this was not done.

According to the Head of Communications at the RDA, Colene A. Penn, the speed bumps will be installed later this week, weather permitting.

Persons on social media have been asking for the speed bumps to cater to ‘low’ vehicles.

The Asphaltic Works contract on the Fish Bay Road was executed by the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA) through local contractor Tortola Paving Ltd as part of the Government of the Virgin Islands Recovery to Development Plan.

Financing is provided by the Caribbean Development Bank, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Loan.

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