Consider the travelling public, WASA
Forgive me if I am wrong, but I am of the opinion that being in the 21st century, requires like-minded and revolutionised decision-making processes in all facets pertaining to human life.
As such, the decision by the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) to conduct work at Bamboo Settlement Junction, La Romaine, during daylight hours, may have been the poorest by this public utility, which has been perennially plagued by a negative track record.
The aforementioned roadway, serves as the main artery which connects San Fernando to the deeper southerly parts of our country. With recent thoroughfare construction in the vicinity of Mosquito Creek, motorists already experience traffic congestion while venturing in and out of the city.
Moreover, this project undertaken by WASA has compounded the undue hardship to drivers and commuters alike, who face an additional 45 minutes to an hour in bumper-to-bumper traffic.
These negative impacts therefore leave much to be desired by the planning and logistics managers of WASA.