As such, motorists are being urged to drive with caution when approaching Fat Hog's Bay, as road resurfacing works are currently ongoing in that area.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1), commenting on the initiative, said the works will make a difference for road users who traverse the area.
"I am grateful to our government, especially Minister Kye Rymer, who is an action man. I also extend my thanks to the team at the Public Works Department, led by Director Jeremy Hodge, for working diligently to make a difference for pedestrians and motorists," the Premier said in a statement via social media.
The team is currently patching existing potholes and resurfacing the roadway.
Hon Fahie continued, "As promised to the Long Look/East End community, this Government will work tirelessly to have smooth roads throughout the Territory. We are gaining momentum and turning a new page. Soon the East End-Long Look Sewerage Project will be here, and we want our people to be ready for what is to come."
For 2020, Government announced that it will embark on a Territory-wide infrastructural development programme which includes road, water and sewerage networks.
The road rehabilitation and upgrade consist of drainage improvement, casting of edge of roads and resurfacing, including installation of retaining walls where necessary.
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