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Crews from the Ministry of Transport, Works, and Water Resources (MTWW) will be repairing a broken culvert on Broad Street; a broken culvert at the corner of Crumpton Street, and a stormwater grill on Marhill Street, all in Bridgetown.
The work is estimated to last approximately two weeks and will take place from Monday to Friday, between 8:30 am and 4 pm.
Pedestrians and motorists are urged to follow the signage within the construction zones and to be extremely cautious while traversing these worksites in The City.
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