Public Works Department people added them during December and January. The yellow double runs from Coral Bay to Cruz Bay.
Locals as well as tourists will appreciate the line, of course, because it gives some sense of place as they negotiate sharp turns on Centerline, of course wanting to avoid the oncoming gravel truck, cement mixer, taxicab, or VITRAN bus.
Meanwhile, the highway project along the South Shore Road is just about wrapped up. If memory serves, there are even painted lines along the edges in some place, another terrific safety step.
The newly rebuilt nine miles of roads on the North Shore have brought a not unexpected problem – higher speeds. So, Park Supt. Mark Hardgrove said speed bumps have been installed.
He told the Virgin Islands Daily News, half a dozen additional bumps will also be put in place at spots where people cross the road.