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Wednesday, 11 July 2018 11:05

$14M Walkover For Water Taxi Terminal

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Access to the Water Taxi Terminal and Waterfront will soon become easier for pedestrians.

This, as the Ministry of Works and Transport turned the sod for the construction of a walkover to get to and from the area.

The project, which will see a 40-metre walkover constructed at an estimated $14 million, will take about eight months to complete.

Works and Transport Minister, Rohan Sinanan, said the walkover aims to make it safe for pedestrians crossing Wrightson Road.

Port of Spain Mayor, Joel Martinez, said the addition will increase business in the capital city.

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