State utility WASA says the need to install new sewer mains in Arima will mean traffic restrictions along a section of the O'Meara Road next weekend.
In a statement issued today, the Water and Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (WASA) advised that from 8 pm on Friday, August 18 to 5 am on Monday, August 21, "there will be traffic restrictions along the O’Meara Road, Arima; between Nutones Boulevard and La Chance Trace, to facilitate the installation of new sewer mains."
The restrictions will be in effect as follows:
North bound traffic along the O’Meara will be diverted onto Nutones Boulevard, then to Subero Street or Malabar Road, then back out onto O’Meara Road.
South bound traffic will be diverted along La Chance Trace, then to Subero Street onto Nutones Boulevard to O’Meara Road
Motorists are asked to slow down and proceed with caution; observe signs and barriers and obey the instructions of the Police Officers on duty.
WASA apologised for the upcoming inconvenience and thanked the public for their cooperation and understanding.