Warrens headache

It is one of the busiest roadways in Barbados and based on the frequency of road accidents, it also seems to be one of the hardest to maneuvre.

This afternoon, police were back on the scene at Warrens, St Michael for another fender bender, which resulted in a long back-up of traffic from the D’Arcy Scott Roundabout, adding to the headaches of motorists who regularly traverse this section of the highway.



5 Responses to Warrens headache

  1. Justin Case
    Justin Case November 11, 2014 at 11:12 pm

    In accidents like those where it is unlikely measurements are needed or will be taken, why are we still leaving vehicles blocking the road to take details????

  2. Toni Beckles
    Toni Beckles November 12, 2014 at 2:27 am

    That roundabout is a joke. One evening whilst coming from the Hinds Hill direction I was in the middle lane headed toward the next roundabout and a lady in the right lane was trying to head in the direction of Redman’s Village. Roundabout seems to be total chaos

  3. Alicia Padmore
    Alicia Padmore November 12, 2014 at 5:07 am

    Being the highly educated bajans that we are all that needs to be done is check the road signs/markings to pick up the correct lane early and stop driving from this thing called memory, a lot has changed.

  4. Cassie November 12, 2014 at 10:59 am

    That new round-about causes stress for drivers as it is not the accustomed smooth circular-type motion like on other round, round-abouts …people just need to use common sense and caution with patience…that’s all….stop wasting taxpayers time and money with this type of non-sense. Adapt to the change that is all around us…I also agree with the comment by Alicia Padmore.

  5. Julia Horrocks November 12, 2014 at 7:59 pm

    There is still a problem with the lane markings between Warrens roundabout and Simpson’s roundabout. Drivers are using the middle lane as they enter the Simpson’s roundabout to turn right towards Welches, because there is an old road marking that is still visible. This places them in the outside lane on the roundabout turning right, crossing traffic that is going straight ahead. It is resulting in many near misses and an accident this very evening.


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