National Works Agency (NWA) is advising members of the public to exercise caution when traveling along Half-Way Tree Road in St. Andrew as a section of the roadway in the vicinity of Retirement Road has collapsed.
The NWA via its official twitter page said motorists traveling in the mentioned area were being asked to use alternative routes.
Reports are that the roadway was damaged by heavy rains that continued to lash sections of the island from over the weekend.
In addition to the road damage on Half-Way Tree Road, the NWA said it was also working to clear roadblocks in a number of communities across the Corporate Area and other sections of the island.
The NWA said in areas such as Mavis Bank, Gordon Town Road, sections of Stony Hill, Rock Hall and Mount Pleasant communities in St Andrew, there were reports of mudslides.
Landslides were also reported in sections of St Thomas
There were reports of flooding in Poor Man’s Corner, Hordley Crossing, Bowden, Lieth Hall, Elshamar and Port Morant, the NWA reported.
In Westmoreland, there were also reports of flooding in Three Miles River, Chantilly and Little London.
Motorists were also urged to exercise extreme caution in travelling near the old Little London Police Station, as significant flooding was also reported in that area.
In Hanover, residents also reported flooding along the Ramble main road.