Ministry of Public Works Commences Paving at Collector’s Hill

“We understand the frustration residents have experienced due to the potholes in this area. Addressing these concerns has been a priority, and I am pleased that we are able to respond effectively,” said Minister of Public Works Lt. Col. the Hon. David A. Burch, OBE (Mil), ED, JP, MP.

The Ministry of Public Works is pleased to announce the commencement of paving work at Collector’s Hill in Smith’s parish, which began this past Monday, 10 June.

This project, a joint operation between the Department of Works and Engineering’s paving and construction sections, will continue until 28 June.

Crews are working to pave the following areas:

  • Collector’s Hill from Cotswold Lane down to the junction, both lanes.
  • South Road from the Rotisserie Parking lot entrance through the junction to the bus layby near Cloverdale Road, both lanes and bus layby.
  • Repair work to the curb, storm drain, and sidewalk on the southern side of South Road.
  • Installation of a pole to accommodate CCTV cameras.
  • Restriping of the marking on the roadway and access road to parking lots.

Minister Burch emphasised: “This paving work is part of our broader plan to improve road conditions across the Island.

“Over the coming months, we will be paving more areas around the Island to ensure safer and smoother journeys for all road users. We appreciate the public’s patience and cooperation as we carry out these essential works.”

The Ministry encourages residents to stay informed about roadwork updates and to exercise caution when travelling through construction zones.

This project highlights the Ministry’s dedication to enhancing Bermuda’s infrastructure in response to community needs.

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