NWA working to restore non-functioning traffic lights

NWA Communication Manager Stephen Shaw
By Clinton McGregor 
The National Works Agency (NWA) says its technical crews are out seeking to restore non-functioning traffic signals following the passage of Hurricane Beryl.
A number of traffic lights were knocked out following the system.
Manager of Communication and Customer Services at the NWA, Stephen Shaw, said technical teams have been conducting an assessment of traffic signals to identify the issues. 
In the meantime, he urged motorists to be cautious. 
"We have a number of signalised intersections around the country. A number of them are out of service and I want to remind persons that when the lights are not working you have to use the road code as your guide. So your intersection, the first to reach should be the first to go through, second, third, fourth and so on. So you have to be careful. The onus is on all of us, each of us as operators of motor vehicles, to ensure that we take the necessary care and protect lives and properties in the process," he pleaded. 

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