Road Works Grenada-style!

I recently promised some photos of one of the major roads presently under reconstruction, assumedly to be finished in time for CWC 2007. This road is the Lowthers Lane thru to Tempe main road, and apart from driving through the city itself (which I hear will not be allowed anyway), this road is the only way to get to the stadium from the south of the island.

The bottom of Lowthers Lane, close to the Botanical Gardens (where the ministerial offices are).

Section between Knights Auto and Blue Danube.

Corner by Blue Danube.

Section heading up to the Government Gate round-about.

The Government Gate round-about.

Talk about mud!

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3 comments on “Road Works Grenada-style!
  1. Yamfoot says:

    I’ll go driving around next weekend to see everything. Have avoided those areas like the plague recentlly

  2. Jdid says:

    so they actually think they’ll be finished on time

  3. Abeni says:

    It go done in time..we love last minute

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