Mayor Says Traffic Lights Have Reduced Congestion In Castries

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, believes the reactivation of traffic lights has reduced traffic congestion in the capital.

“Not only traffic within the city of Castries has been reduced, but motoring has normalised in a structured manner daily,”  a Castries Constituency Council (CCC) release quoted Francis as saying.

He described the reactivated lights as a beacon of hope lighting up the development agenda of Castries and Saint Lucia.

The Mayor recalled that the traffic lights has been inoperable for years.

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“With the recent reinstallation, I am very pleased that this Government and by extension the Ministry of Infrastructure under the leadership of former Prime Minister, Hon. Stephenson King gave this project priority,” Francis stated.

He declared that the initiative demonstrates strategic planning and management.

“Based on my very own assessment, the traffic nightmares in Castries have been eliminated and therefore we wish to commend the ministry of Infrastructure on a job well done,” the Castries Mayor declared.

Headline photo caption: Traffic lights near Castries Market


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