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PM Announces Start Of Several Road Rehabilitation Projects

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says in the coming days, road rehabilitation projects will commence in Dennery South, Micoud South and Soufriere.

In a post on his official Facebook page, Chastanet disclosed that other major road rehabilitation projects which are currently in progress include Cas en Bas in Gros Islet, Ti Morne in Babonneau, Forestierre in Castries South East and Saltibus, Choiseul.

He noted that Economic Development Minister, Guy Joseph conducted a site visit Sunday in the community Belair to view the ongoing progress with the rehabilitation of the community road.

Earlier this year, the Department of Infrastructure  said it hads activated the delivery mechanism for successful implementation of its US$42 million Road Improvement and Maintenance Program (RIMP IV).

“This RIMP IV is the largest single investment in roads being made by a Government here in Saint Lucia and will rehabilitate approximately 81km of roads in various communities,” according to the department.

8 COMMENTS

  1. Great. Better roads for the criminals to make their getaways. Grand theft auto/carjacking coming soon.

  2. Better road for police to chase them aswell. Sad sad comment if that’s all good roads mean to you

  3. Nothing said about the Atlantic Ocean .which is the Millennium Road .The Second Atlantic Ocean from The Junction of Gros.Islet to Cap Estate.And the Third West Coast Atlantic Ocean Road .These Roads are so Bumpy it Damages the Suspention parts of Vehicles Especially the Mini Buses and Taxi that Travel on these Roads more than 4Times a day

  4. Guy is doing his duty with the people of Belair,the road is being fixed.This is not only for the people of Belair,this road is the main contact when the Sarot bridge gets washed away,and floded over.and you want to reach Jackmell,Vanard,Millet from Sarot

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