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A high level official at the Ministry of Infrastructure has responded to concerns about the temporary construction of traffic calming measures near the Rodney Bay Marina.

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Infrastructure Dr Allison Gajadhar says the decision was taken to install speed bumps along the Rodney Bay highway in order to make the area more pedestrian friendly.

She adds that the solution identified is part of a phase two project from the Choc  Bridge to the Gros Islet highway.

The project is being undertaken in partnership with the St Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association in an effort to provide a safe environment during the ARC period.

The design includes the commissioning of pelican lights near the marina. However speed bumps are now being used to control the flow of traffic as a temporary measure.

The project is being funded by the Tourism Enhancement fund
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