Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan said motorists traversing areas where the Curepe Interchange is being constructed should not experience any issues with regards to the traffic changes which take effect today.
On Friday it was announced that a new traffic flow of the Southern Main Road in the vicinity of the Curepe Intersection will take effect.
But up to yesterday, there seemed to be a lot of work still to be done.
When Guardian Media contacted Minister Sinanan he said that “everything was in place” for the new traffic flow.
He said he visited the site late Sunday evening and the finishing touches were being put in place. He added he expected there would be “no hiccups and smooth sailing for motorists”.
It was announced that filter lanes would be placed in the area and Ramp G, which is located to the southern side of the Southern Main Road (near to where Kay Donna Drive-In used to be) would be made accessible to motorists.
New traffic signals are to replace the existing ones at the intersection and will be placed 100 metres or so near to the entrance to ramps G and D (located on the northern side of the Southern Main Road).