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New traffic plan could cost $3m
The cost of the new traffic plan for west Port-of-Spain is $2 to $3 million and counting. So says Adande Piggott, transportation planner at the Ministry of Works. Making the signs alone cost an estimated $1 million, Piggott said yesterday. He said the cost of producing maps, flyers and newspapers inserts to be distributed to the general public was a separate cost which was yet to be finalised. Piggott said patching the roads, painting and signage comprised the infrastructural costs. “Then there is the labour cost. The overall cost could be between $2 to $3 million and then there are the maps, which is another cost...we have to calculate everything together,” Piggott added.
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