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Cayman: Traffic Lights at Bobby Thompson Way/Smith Road Operational, 30 September


This evening, 30 September, the NRA was able to conduct repairs on the control unit for the traffic lights at the Bobby Thompson Way and Smith Road junction, substituting previously used parts. As such, the lights are now currently operational, however, it is possible that the repair will only function temporarily. In the event that the lights once again ceases to function, the junction will revert to the previous temporary layout as a four-way stop.

The NRA and RCIPS will continue to monitor the operation of the lights and work together to ensure that the situation is managed and that traffic can continue to flow as safely and efficiently as possible.

Traffic lights at Bobby Thompson Way/Smith Road out of service

Grand Cayman – The National Roads Authority (NRA) wishes to advise the public that the traffic lights at the intersection of Bobby Thompson Way and Smith Road in George Town is out of service as a result of Hurricane Ian.

Road users are encouraged to use extreme caution when maneuvering this junction and treat it as an all way stop.

The NRA team is making every effort to have the signal up and running in short order. The Authority thanks members of the public for their cooperation and apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.


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