BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you’re spending an increasing amount of time sitting on Lyons Road in the area of Clint Moore, rest assured there is good reason.
It’s apparently because construction workers aren’t really working.
As evidenced by these photos, traffic is snarling while workers sit on the back of pickup trucks, stand on other trucks, and seemingly just gawk at the drivers going nowhere fast.
This is all seemingly an offshoot of the latest projects by G.L. Homes — “Boca Bridges” and the community known as “Another Great Community From G.L. Homes.” The massive construction projects have required a reconfiguration of Lyons Road between Clint Moore and Linton — and apparently not FDot, not Palm Beach County and certainly not G.L. management is effective in handling the traffic problems being created.
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