The stalled rehabilitation of the Grahams Street in Plaisance will soon recommence. This follows a commitment by Minister within the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Annette Ferguson to ensure the roadworks are resumed

The repairs to the street began under the then Public Works Ministry.

“The Ministry will work along with the regional administration, to have our technical teams conduct a feasibility study and assessment and then proceed to have the necessary measures ...

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The parliamentary tour of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport expansion project is underway! The response has been overwhelming, with parliamentarians, Parliament staff, — including the Speaker and clerk! — members of the media, and representatives of the private and tourism sector being in attendance. Follow us on our facebook page for more photos as well. 

 

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– reminds all licence-holders of timely renewal of requisite documentation

IN the first quarter of 2018, the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) visited 3,191 sites and collected 8,339 fuel samples and seven discoveries of illegal fuel were recorded, with over 9,000 gallons of gasoline and diesel seized.

This, the agency noted, is an achievement of 22 per cent and 24 per cent respectively for its annual target.
Additionally, the GEA noted that there hav...

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ANOTHER major United States-based airline has expressed interest in plying the Georgetown-Miami and Georgetown-New York routes by year-end, Public Infrastructure Minister, David Patterson announced on Monday.

He was at the time speaking on the ‘Let’s Gyaff’ morning show aired on the National Communications Network’s (NCN) Voice of Guyana (VOG) radio. Patterson said, “American Airlines is here and there is another American-based airline that has said they want to be put our schedu...

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Several communities in and around Georgetown are benefitting from improved drainage. Community Coordinator of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure Neilson McKenzie, said that the Ministry has been working with the respective Neighborhood Democratic Councils to support their desilting and cleanup initiatives in flood-prone  communities. 

McKenzie cited the example of work done to the Albouystown canal to allow for the canal to retain more water during high tide and to h...

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The much anticipated Kitty Roundabout is about a month away from completion. This is according to Senior Engineer at the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Sherod Parkinson.

“We’re presently in the phase where we’re closing off certain sections. They are now preparing to pave the section from Kitty Public Road to the Vlissengen Road. They are also working to create the ‘island’ (the centre of the roundabout).” Parkinson added that light poles are also being installed.

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MOPI News: Traffic has resumed Saturday April 21, 2018 on the Good Hope Bridge East Coast Demerara, after being under repairs for almost three weeks.. The bridge is now 95% completed with a few minor works to be done. The Good Hope Bridge was awarded to BK Internatonal at a cost of $23.5M

 

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The purpose of the walkabout is to inspect the infrastructural characteristics within the Neighborhood Democratic Councils (NDCs) and to see how best the Ministry can assist where possible. There will also be the holding of a TOWN HALL meeting with residents. The nine (9) Neighbourhood Democratic Councils stretches from Industry/Plaisance all the way to Cane Grove on the East Coast of Demerara. The walkabout will begin on the 29th of April and end the 29th of August 2018.

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(April 19, 2018) The Ministry of Public Infrastructure will commence the process of refunds for tickets issued by Dynamic International Airways from Wednesday May 2, 2018. Refunds will be issued Mondays to Thursdays from 09:00hrs to 15:00hrs and Fridays from 09:00hrs to 14:00hrs at the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s Accounts Department, Fort Street, Kingston.

Passengers are required to appear with:

  • Identification document (national I.D...

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