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Cayman: Linford Pierson Highway new temporary road layout is in effect

The National Roads Authority (NRA) has announced that the new temporary road layout along

the Linford Pierson Highway is now in effect as the lane widening project continues. This is a

temporary road layout offering some much needed congestion relief whilst the new lanes and

larger roundabout are being constructed.

The Linford Pierson Highway widening project commenced on Monday, March 14 and is

expected to be fully completed by the end of the second quarter of 2023.

Once complete the project 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 grass median, along with enhanced drainage and

street lighting,

Updates on the progress of the project will be provided in order to keep motorists informed of

possible interruptions to the routine traffic flow within that area. Motorists are cautioned to take

extra care when passing through the construction area.

The NRA appreciates the public’s understanding whilst staff members work to improve the road

network for all.


About the National Roads Authority (NRA)

The National Roads Authority was created on 1st July 2004 by the National Roads Authority

Law (2004). The NRA aims to enhance transport development in the Cayman Islands by

building and maintaining a safe and efficient network of roads, in partnership with our Board of

Directors, our Ministry, Cabinet, and the Private sector, having regard to national and economic

growth strategies.

For more information and to stay up to date with our latest projects and developments, visit us

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