Hagåtña, Guam – The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration in coordination with the Department of Public Works (DPW) announces the launch of the Jonestown Road Resurfacing Project throughout the month of October 2022. 

“From the Malojloj Highway to Swamp Road and as many places in between, our Administration remains committed to ensuring there are road improvements islandwide,” said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero. “We have made many highway improvements in Tamuning to date, including the resurfacing of Route 1, Route 30, Airport Road, Ypao Road, and Chalan San Antonio. These are just part of our investments in real progress our people can see and feel.”

“This latest resurfacing project builds on the infrastructural advancement we are investing not only in village roads, but also in community gyms, parks, sports fields, and affordable housing developments,” said Lt. Governor Josh Tenorio. “Along with the major improvements we’ve made to high-traffic highways such as Marine Corps Drive, we will continue to ensure that village roads are earmarked for progress, in line with The Guam Village Streets Master Plan.”

Phase I of the Jonestown Road Resurfacing Project is ongoing and includes the milling and resurfacing of approximately 6,500 linear feet for the following streets with the provided funds:

  • Linda Way: $111,328
  • Veronica Way: $110,909
  • Vivian Way: $147,914
  • Belmont Avenue: $109,132
  • Achot Tasi Street: $192,968

Area residents and motorists are advised to drive cautiously through the construction zones, observe posted speed limit and construction signs, and carefully heed flaggers when present. 


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