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Date: 25 Apr 17 07:19pm
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 Name: idge was being constructed.Numerous telephone calls were made to this publication between the mid-morning hours by irate villagers and minibus passengers who argued that they were “stuck in traffic” for a long period, which resulted in many school children being later for classes, and workers arriving beyond an acceptable time at their various offices and places of employment.One woman complained “I went in the bus heading from Craig (EBD) to Soesdyke, I live at Soesdyke and it take me from after 8am until 10:35am to reach home…and the thing is the bus was boring that is why we (passengers) get out of the lines so soon”.Another man stated that he was taking his daughter to school and it was during the “rush hour” around 7:30 am when they became “stuck in traffic”.He said “By the time she (my daughter) reach to school, the bell was ringing to go to break…can you believe that? Is nah best I keep she home for the day cause is only half day she was to go for?”When Kaieteur News arrived at the scene, ranks from the Golden Grove/Diamond, Grove and Providence Police Stations were deployed along the route, from the beginning of Friendship to the end of the village, Wholesale Jerseys Online, trying valiantly to ease the traffic build-up.One officer told this publication that the condition was much worse during the morning period, around 09:00 am, reaching as far as three to four villages in both directions.He explained that a number of vehicles were trying to safely negotiate the bypass but due to the water that was lodged in the middle of the road, many opted to “hurry out”.Minister of Public Works, Robeson Benn, when contacted by this newspaper concerning the matter, said that “the works were affected by the high tide and while people were going around the little bypass road and were being safe and tentative, the traffic backed up”.Kaieteur News was made to understand that the situation was exacerbated by many minibus and some truck drivers who were “jumping the line” and would not operate in an orderly manner.Minister Benn admitted that the traffic control effort was not as successful as it should have been earlier, however, the traffic did ease from its initial state. He said that he was told that a number of persons also missed their flights out of the country, but not all of them due to the heavy build-up of traffic along the thoroughfare.This newspaper was told that “regular and normal works are being conducted on the bridge” and that the workmen would be “working through the night to do tensioning”.Minister Benn assured that the bridge would allow “a full flow of traffic” by early today, though there would be “slow going of traffic due to no asphaltic finishes as yet”, and explained that the deck slabs which were “put down” would be tensioned.He stated that within a few days, after the issues with the water and tide are resolved, the asphaltic touched should be administered and it is anticipated that “there would be no traffic buildup tomorrow (today) because the deck slabs would have been tensioned and the bridge put into operational mode.”R. Bassoo and Sons Construction Company is carrying out the works."
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Date: 25 Apr 17 05:59pm
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