The Ministry of Works and Transport says the Lady Young Road, Morvant will be temporarily closed tomorrow from 9 am to 3 pm, and again from 7 pm Tuesday to 5 am on Wednesday 7th March, 2018, for further slope stabilization works.
The road was reopened this morning to vehicular traffic after being closed over the weekend.
The road was cut off by a landslide last Thursday and the ministry has been working to ensure that there are no further land slips since then.
Senator Avinash Singh had to jump into a river to preserve his life on Saturday, after being attacked by a swarm of bees.
Up to late yesterday, Singh, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, remained warded at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, after being stung by more than a hundred bees.
Singh, a registered farmer, was ploughing his father’s land in Felicity, Chaguanas, when the bees invaded the area and swarmed around him, the T&T Guardian was told.
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is advising of traffic restrictions along the East-bound carriageway of the Beetham Highway from late tonight, east of the lighthouse in the vicinity of the PTSC compound.
WASA says this has become necessary in order to carry out repairs to a leaking 8” pipeline at this location.
These restrictions will be in place from 10 pm on Friday March 2, 2018 to 6 am on Saturday March 3, 2018
The public is being asked to use alternative routes where possible.
If you plan on heading into the capital city today for work, business or pleasure expect a significant traffic disruption as one of the main arteries used by motorists, the Lady Young Road, in Morvant is unlikely to be reopened.
Engineers worked overnight to clear mounds of rock, trees and silt which posed a significant threat and are hoping to reopen at least one lane of the roadway today.
Alternative routes into and out of the city are the Eastern Main Road and the Beetham Highway.
Drivers can also take the scenic, but longer route, through Maraval and Santa Cruz.
The Ministry of Works and Transport is advising the public that from 9 pm tonight to 2 am on Tuesday, there will be a temporary traffic disruption along the northbound lanes of the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway in the vicinity of the Couva Children’s Hospital.
The ministry says this is to facilitate the removal of the temporary surface and repaving of the asphalt surface.
The public is advised to:
• Please proceed with caution and observe all informative and directional signs and barriers
An accident along the Churchill Roosevelt Highway this morning has claimed the life of one person.
Reports indicate that the incident took place shortly after 6:30 am in the vicinity of the Santa Rosa traffic lights.
The caused a massive traffic pile up and motorists are being advised to approach with caution.
We will have more details when we get it.
This photo of a chair in a drain near City Gate in Port-of-Spain was sent to us by Monique Walker using the My Eye feature on the new CNC3 App.
Monique believes this will "probably contribute to South Quay flooding if a heavy rain falls".
She's certainly right and we hope that by highlighting this we can encourage people to avoid such practices.
Thank you Monique, and remember you too can send us you photos and video via the My Eye feature on the CNC3 App.
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This photo of a broken main was sent to us by CRGreaves via the My Eye feature in the new CNC3 App.
CRGreaves says the broken pipe is at the Haleland Park Villas in Maraval and advises that the pipe has been broken and leaking for three days.
With several notices of water disruptions lately, we trust that by CRGreaves highlighting this, the authorities will act on it as quickly as possible.
Thank you CRGreaves and remember you too can send us your photos and video via the My Eye feature in the new CNC3 app.
The Management of Trinidad and Tobago Inter-Island Transportation Company (TTIT) is advising the travelling public that the T&T Express experienced mechanical issues on Tuesday during the sailing to Scarborough.
It says that repairs commenced immediately upon its arrival into port and the vessel was able to sail from Scarborough this morning at 7.40 am.
It adds that on-going repairs will continue when the vessel arrives into Port-of-Spain and that in the circumstances, the 12 noon sailing from POS (today) has been cancelled.