Prime Minister Dr. Keth Rowley and Works Minister Rohan Sinanan toured the Carenage area after heavy rainfall caused landslips yesterday.
He visited School Street and Scorpion Alley which were among the locations being assessed for rehabilitation works.
Afternoon rains in West Trinidad brought landslides in Carenage and flooding in Diego Martin and Maraval.
Diego Martin Regional Corporation chairman Susan Hong confirmed that the corporation's disaster management unit was called out to action after the rains yesterday.
She told the T&T Guardian that a wall fell at Hillcrest Drive, Petit Valley and numerous land slippages were reported in Maraval and Petit Valley.
The most significant land slippage occurred along the Western Main Road in Carenage, where the debris blocked the majority of the roadway.
While Hong was thankful that the flood waters in areas such as Perseverance, Haleland Park, St Lucien Road and Diamond Vale ran off quickly, the numerous reports of landslips were worrying.