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For wider distribution: GPD will continue to conduct traffic direction during recovery restoration

Prepared by: Sgt. I Paul S.N. Tapao, Public Information Officer, Guam Police Department

In line with the island’s recovery efforts in the wake of Typhoon Mangkhut, the Guam Police Department along with the Guam Army National Guard will continue to conduct traffic direction from 6:00am-6:00pm on the following roadways:

-Route 1 and Route 29, Yigo
-Route 1 and Route 26, Dededo
-Route 1 and Route 16, Dededo
-Route 1 and Santos Hill, Upper Tumon -Route 1 and Route 10A, Tamuning
-Route 1 and Chalan San Antonio, Tamuning -Route 1 and Route 8, Maite

-Route 1 and Aspinal St, Hagatna
-Route 1 and Route 2A, Piti
-Route 4 and Chalan Santo Papa, Hagatna -Route 4 and Route 10, Chalan Pago

-Route 1 and Route 28, Dededo
-Route 1 and Salisbury St., Dededo
-Route 16 and Route 27, Harmon
-Route 1 and JFK Hill, Harmon
-Route 1 and Ypao Road, Tamuning
-Route 1 and Governor Carlos Camacho, Tamuning -Route 1 and Route 4, Hagatna-Route 1 and Route 6, Adelup
-Route 4 and Chalan Kanton Tutujan, Sinajana -Route 4 and O’Brien Drive, Hagatna
-Route 10 and Route 15, Mangilao

As we move forward, the Guam Police Department continues to ask the community to please exercise caution while motoring through the intersections as police officers and Army guard members will be present along these major intersections.

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