Finalized April 4th 2023 - Complete Final NRA EWA Extension Terms of Reference with appendices (350 pages) - Redacted July 6th 2023
Finalized April 4th 2023 - Main Final NRA EWA Extension Terms of Reference (104 pages)
Finalized April 4th 2023 - Appendices for Final NRA EWA Extension Terms of Reference - Redacted July 6th 2023 (246 pages)
The Airport Connector is a planned 4-lane divided, two (2) mile long highway that is to provide a direct link between the Owen Roberts Airport and the Esterley Tibbetts Highway.
Section 1 of the ACR which extends from the Esterley Tibbetts Highway to Alie B Drive is now just a few weeks away from completion. Section 1 costs approximately $10.2M.
By the end of October 2023 motorists will we able to access North Sound Road and the Esterley Tibbetts Highway using Section 1 of the ACR, Alie B Drive, Lincoln Dr and Sparky Drive as illustrated below:
Section 3 of the ACR will be completed in 2024 providing additional alternative access adjacent to the George Town Yacht Club.
The NRA is also actively working on providing a link road from Lincoln Drive to Seymour Road that will serve to relieve the congestion currently experienced at the intersection of Seymour Road and North Sound Road by Canon Place.
The public is invited to review and comment on the Terms of Reference for the Environmental Impact Assessment of the East-West Arterial Extension from Woodland Drive to Frank Sound Road.
Your input will be considered in the finalisation of the Terms of Reference document which is available to download above.
There will be two public meetings:
Printed copies will also be available at the following locations:
Comments on the draft Terms of Reference may be submitted:
The Rex Crighton Boulevard (formerly the East West Arterial) will be extended by two miles from Hirst Road to east of Woodland Drive in Bodden Town. Site clearing and preliminary filling has commenced – Topographical Survey and Final Design of Phase 1 (the section from Hirst Road to Woodland Drive) are in progress.
NRA has finalized the design of the intersection of Hirst Rd and East-West Arterial, as well as options for the Intersection with Shamrock Rd at the eastern end of this segment.
NRA are in discussions with the National Conservation Council to undertake an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) concurrently with design / construction of Phase 2 from Woodland Dr to Lookout Gardens.
The Ministry of Planning, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure and the National Roads Authority (NRA) announce that Phase 2 of the Linford Pierson Highway widening project will commence on Monday, March 14. Expected full completion summer 2023. A temporary traffic pattern offering interim increased lane capacity has been put in place. The cost of the project will be approximately $7.5M.
Phase 2 of the Linford Pierson Highway will see a widening of the road from two travel lanes to six travel lanes between Agnes Way Roundabout and the traffic signal at Bobby Thompson Way and Smith Road. The road will feature a raised solid grass median, along with enhanced drainage and street lighting.
April 29th 2022 Press Release Update - Click Here
Initial Press Release - CLICK HERE
Boundary Plan 615 with aerial - CLICK HERE
Gazette Plan BP 615 - CLICK HERE
Project Board - CLICK HERE
Diversion - CLICK HERE
Hurley Merren and Crewe Road Widening project (6 lanes) is a complex multi-phase road development project that involves increase of lane capacity on the primary arterials and at intersections supporting these arterials.
The project began in 2019 with 3 lane upgrades to the Grand Harbour Roundabout, Red Bay Roundabout and Chrissie Tomlinson Roundabout. The CUC Roundabout at Kings Sports Centre is also scheduled for a major upgrade starting in early 2023.
Travel lane expansion for roadways in between is being carried out in segments as the process requires complex relocation of utilities and the removal and replacement of boundary walls, fences, etc.
Section 1 - CLICK HERE
Section 2 - CLICK HERE
The NRA per the upcoming Hurricane Season is taking proactive measures in the maintenance of our vertical wells. The dates and locations are subject to minor change.
The Godfrey Nixon Way Extension will stretch from the traffic lights at the junction of Eastern Avenue and Giodfrey Nixon Way, past the Blue Marlin restaurant and bar on Eastern Avenue, and end by Da Fish Shack restaurant on North Church Street. The Godfrey Nixon Extension will enable motorists travelling from Eastern Avenue and the current Godfrey Nixon Road, a shorter and quicker commute to the heart of downtown George Town.
Planning: Completed, gazetted as Boundary Plan 591 in November of 2018.
Construction: In Progress, Expected full completion of Section 1 from North Church Street to Diaz Lane expected to be completed by the end of 2022. The completion of the reamining sections is subject to land compensation elements.
This new road scheme creates a link from Crewe Road, near King's Gym through to the Edgewater Way and the Grand Harbour area.
Plans are now in place for an eventual connection to Selkirk Drive and the Prospect area. When completed, this road will provide an alternate, parallel alignment to Crewe Road from CUC Roundabout to Red Bay Roundabout.
Planning: Gazetted as Boundary Plan 637
Cost: approximately 3 million
Project Timeline: 4 months (expected start June 2022)