Traffic Updates

Traffic Advisory for the Week of April 1-7

March 29, 2019

Road Safety Reminder for the Week

Traffic Signal Light Not Working (Blackout)

At intersections without traffic control devices, such as STOP or YIELD signs or Traffic Control Signs:

  • The first vehicle in the intersection has the right to go ahead. Keep in mind, however, that it is the responsibility of all drivers to Yield the right-of-way.
  • When two vehicles enter an intersection from different streets or highways at the same time, the vehicle on the left shall Yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right. (Motor Vehicle Code of Guam Section 3325).


Guam Construction Update

Motorists are reminded to drive cautiously through all construction zones, observe all posted speed limit and construction signs, and carefully heed to flaggers. Alternative routes and/or adjusting drive times when feasible are encouraged.

Route 3 Widening

Construction activities are ongoing along Route 3 from just north of Route 28 to just south of Potts Junction. Motorists can expect lane closures and flagger controlled traffic.

Route 1/3 Intersection Improvements

From Tuesday 04/02/2019 through Friday 04/05/2019, the DPW contractor has scheduled to work on storm drain pipes. Motorists are advised that the Route 1 northbound right lane west of the intersection will be closed starting from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Two through lanes will be provided. Motorists continuing northbound on Route 1 are advised to merge to the open lanes as directed by traffic signs.

Route 1 and Route 8 Resurfacing

The DPW contractor, Hawaiian Rock Products, will be working on the following areas between 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM:


  • On Monday 04/01/19 – installation of pavement markers along southbound lanes across Cabras Power Plant

Route 8

  • From Monday 04/01/19 through Friday 04/05/19 – shoulder work along the westbound lanes from Canada/Toto Loop Road to Subway
  • On Saturday 04/06/19 – milling and paving at the corner of Canada/Toto Loop Road

Motorists are advised to expect lane closures, lane shifts, and flagger-controlled traffic in these areas.