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Speed signs 0coming for new traffic plan
Drivers who are using the freeing-up of Ariapita Avenue and Tragarete Road as an opportunity to speed are being cautioned that speed signs are going to be erected and they will be monitored by the police. Works Minister Emmanuel George, at yesterday’s post-Cabinet media briefing, said the signs, as well as pedestrian crossings, would be put in place along the two thoroughfares. George said: “What we might want to do is put up some speed signs and encourage people to slow down a bit. In a separate interview, traffic signal supervisor at the Ministry of Works, Maurice McEachnie, said yesterday drivers have been speeding on Ariapita Avenue and Tragarete Road. McEachnie also said new taxi routes have made commuting a little more difficult for people. “They will have to walk a block along the Western Main Road, St James, for about three to five minutes to Church Street to get a taxi,” he added.
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