Closure of St. Jude Highway For Paving

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The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Transport wishes to inform the general and motoring public, especially residents of the St. Jude Highway and surrounding areas, that the St. Jude Highway (from the Spartan gap to the old St. Jude Hospital gap) will be closed on Thursday May 12th , 2022 from 8:00am.

This closure is necessary in order to complete the paving of the St. Jude Highway.

The works are expected to be completed by the end of Thursday May12th, barring any unforeseen circumstances, including inclement weather.

Motorists are advised to utilise alternative routes.

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The Department of Infrastructure apologises for any inconveniences which may arise as a result of the road closure.

Source: Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports, Transport, Physical Development and Urban Renewal. Headline photo: Stock image

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2 COMMENTS

  1. The Road is necessary, but what is most important is a proper Hospital. Are we to prop up the once burned out half-ass medical building passing as a Hospital or shouldn’t we be working on the completion of the Hospital, which came to an abrupt stop, once this new administration came to power? answer me this question – was that Hospital not financed by the Government of St. Lucia? if St. Lucia is involved directly or indirectly with the finance, why allow the stoppage to eventually cause the crumbling and decay of the Structure?
    Tell me – is it because of petty politics – or maybe it was Chastanets’ brain child – tell me.

  2. The Road is necessary, but what is most important is a proper Hospital. Are we to prop up the once burned out half-ass medical building passing as a Hospital or shouldn’t we be working on the completion of the Hospital, which came to an abrupt stop, once this new administration came to power? answer me this question – was that Hospital not financed by the Government of St. Lucia? if St. Lucia is involved directly or indirectly with the finance, why allow the stoppage to eventually cause the crumbling and decay of the Structure?
    Tell me – is it because of petty politics – or maybe it was Chastanets’ brain child – tell me.

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