Traffic Chief recommends removal of minibus parks from central GT

first_imgAll minibus parks which are located in the centre of the capital city may soon be relocated to the Railway Embankment near Lamaha Street, east of Camp Street, Georgetown, if Government gives the ‘green light’ to this recommendation made by the Guyana Police Force’s Traffic Chief, Linden Isles.Traffic Chief, Superintendent, Linden IslesIsles, during a radio programme with the media on Friday, stated that his recommendation is contained in a paper that was already dispatched to the Ministry of the Presidency about traffic-related matters in the country.He explained that should the Administration concede to such a move, thethe Stabroek Market area, which currently caters for hundreds of minibuses plying various routes, would now become a central drop-off point for buses.When those minibuses offload their passengers, their drivers will be required to go the Lamaha Railway Embankment bus terminal.“The amount of buses that is registered in each of the parks is far more than the pace and the capacity than the park could hold so we will always have overcrowding at all the bus parks…I personally have done a paper and it was sent to the Office of the President, recommending that all the bus parks be removed from Central Georgetown,” Isles said.According to the Traffic Chief, if the minibus parks no longer exist around the Stabroek Market Square, there will be a reduction of crimes that are usually reported in that area.Also, it would ensure that persons who visit the market to shop or conduct other forms of businesses would be in a more comfortable public atmosphere to do so.“It’s a choke-point. Everything is just crammed into that area and we find we have robbery; we have this because persons are liming there, persons are there waiting so if that is removed from there, people will get to go and do their business and move around and go,” he had said.Under the proposed arrangement, passengers who are waiting at Stabroek Market area would be taken to the Lamaha Street Railway Embankment Bus Terminal by buses that are dropping off passengers there.last_img read more

Yuvraj Singh-Kevin Pietersen’s Twitter Banter on Manchester United Will Leave You in Splits

first_img Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. New Delhi: Manchester United’s struggles have been one of the biggest talking points this Premier League season. The Old Trafford giants, who have won a record 20 English league titles, are languishing at 12th place in the Premier League table after winning just two and losing three of their first eight matches in the league this season.Cricketers have also gotten into the banter. Former Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh on Sunday tweeted: “Tough times don’t last! Tough men do !!! @ManUtd (sic.)” Former England captain Kevin Pietersen replied to the tweet saying, “No one in Manchester is tough!” banterKevin PietersenManchester UnitedPremier League First Published: October 8, 2019, 8:47 AM IST While Yuvraj tagged Manchester United in the tweet, Pietersen’s reply could be directed at both the Manchester giants.Manchester City, while not in as dire a state as their cross-town rivals, also lost to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday and thus lost significant ground to Liverpool in the title race. City are now eight points behind the Anfield giants. No one in Manchester is tough!— Kevin Pietersen (@KP24) October 7, 2019last_img read more