Must NRA crews work during weekends?

| 03/07/2019 | 5 Comments

Why does the NRA do roadwork on the weekends? A time when people are off of work and trying to do some errands or just to do something relaxing; seriously amazing.


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Auntie’s answer: With work on roads seemingly everywhere and never ending in Cayman, I understand your frustration about your weekend peace being disrupted.

The National Roads Authority offered a few reasons for staff being on the road on Saturdays and Sundays. An official explained that the authority has limited crews which reduces the amount that can be accomplished during the week.

The weekend also offers an advantage for getting roadwork done. Even though people are out and about running their errands, the NRA official said the roads are “less chaotic” then so the crews are able to get more work done during that time.

The upshot is with drivers continuing to encounter various pieces of heavy equipment and dealing with detours every day of the week, I am not optimistic we can expect a relaxing time on the roads any time soon.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    We boast some of the best road conditions in the Caribbean thanks to the proactive work of the NRA. How about a thank you NRA for a change? We love the way your jobs are properly organized and safely executed.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Overtime, silly rabbit.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Maybe better for them to work overnight?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Would you rahter them work during rush hour? Take ya licks and sit.

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  5. Anonymous says:

    More importantly, why must they start a new job before finishing those already in progress?

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