In order to improve traffic flow during the back to school rush the Ministry of Public Works through the New Providence Road Improvement Project has partnered with the Police Traffic Division to provide assistance at 8 locations where construction is ongoing during morning and afternoon peak traffic hours.
The Government of The Bahamas has granted 88 work permits to the government of the People’s Republic of China, for workers to assist with the construction of a new Chinese Embassy in The Bahamas.
“Dey Comin’!!!” says Shackie, the character from Stan Burnside’s ‘Sideburns’ cartoon in the Nassau Guardian. Possibly up to 8,000 Chinese workers may be coming to New Providence to work on Baha Mar.
The New Providence Road Improvement Project is underway and once the construction of new road corridors and roundabouts is completed, Nassau drivers will have improved road conditions that will help improve traffic flows.
After initially saying the prime minister would be “on his own” in making the controversial decision regarding Chinese workers for Baha Mar, Perry Christie and the PLP have had a change of heart.
Arawak Homes is embroiled in yet another controversy, this time involving a dispute with a family over the ownership of a piece of land.
One vital question I must ask is what exactly is being proposed for Cable Beach? At one time the development was $1.4 billion now it’s up to $2.6 billion. How will our access be honestly affected in the Cable Beach area?
Government never dealt with the impact road construction and rerouting would have on businesses, despite spending $3.3 million on two studies before work began.
Temporary road closures and traffic diversions will be implemented on sections of East Street, Zion Boulevard and Bamboo Boulevard from 6:00pm until 6:00am, Wednesday 25 August to Thursday 26 August 2010.