Effective Monday, March 28, 2011, the Ministry of Works & Transport will implement a new road change at the new 6-legged roundabout and the new side road that takes you to Dolphin Drive.
Dozens of huge trucks were seen speeding recklessly down Bay Street over the past few days as truckers working on the Baha Mar project tried to move as many loads of dirt as they could.
A man driving a silver Pontiac intentionally chased, ran down and killed another man who was riding a bicycle on East Street.
The new six-legged roundabout, the first of its kind in The Bahamas, is functioning as expected and providing a smooth flow of traffic for motorists.
The government may have to compensate as many as 50 businesses in the Coconut Grove Business League (CGBL) as a result of the ruling by Justice Neville Adderley.
Starting Monday, police will be enforcing the long ignored seatbelts laws, says Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest.
Statistics revealed by an official at the Road Traffic Department indicate that over 1,000 traffic accidents, including six deaths, have been recorded so far this year on Grand Bahama.
Public Works and Transport Minister the Hon. Neko C. Grant raised the awareness of road safety among young people during the 5th annual National Road Safety Youth Symposium on September 30.
Blogger Sidney Sweeting recently learned first hand the reason for the reference to “The Misery of Public Works”.