A councillor in the Santa Cruz area says the traffic woes experienced in the morning peak time hours, by motorists has not gone unnoticed. His statement this morning in a News Power Now interview, came even as residents of the Santa Cruz area were stuck in heavy , bumper to bumper traffic at 8am, in their efforts to proceed out of the district and into the San Juan area.
Councillor Lyndon Lara says efforts have begun to alleviate the problem, police officers having been stationed at two specific points, as an immediate measure to deal with the traffic congestion.
He noted that a lay by is required just opposite to the entrance of the San Juan North Secondary School, however he explained that this would take some discussion with the owners of a property just off the main road.
Meanwhile, speaking on the ongoing plight of residents in the Maracas Bay area, where for months, restoration work at the Maracas Bay beach facility, has been on hold, Councillor Lara said the last he heard, tenders for the project were being submitted for the purpose of restarting and completing the project.
Councillor for Maracas, Santa Cruz and La Fillete, Lyndon Lara