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Traffic Chief urges motorists to be cautious on the roadways as school reopens


first_imgAs school reopens today, Traffic Chief Linden Isles is urging motorists to be cautious on the roadways as traffic is expected to be congested.The Traffic Chief has assured that the traffic department has already put plans in place to ensure the smooth flow of traffic. On this note he added that traffic ranks will be stationed at all of the “congestion points”.There will be a two-way lane of traffic on the East Coast Demerara (ECD) Embankment into Georgetown. Additionally, traffic control units will be stationed at all schools countrywide.Traffic Chief Linden IslesNevertheless, he is advising motorists to reduce their speed and to continue to be vigilant for school children as they will be again utilising the roadways.Education Minister Nicolette Henry in an effort of ensuring that proper measures are in place for the new school term visited several schools in order to get a glimpse of the readiness of the institutions.The Minister’s visit, according to her, was meant to inspect the environs of the schools before the country’s young minds return for the new academic term.“There will be maintenance work to be done from time to time and schools are no exception. What I am looking at here is preparation for the opening. It’s is not the maintenance schedule for 2019,” Henry said.She further explained that the maintenance schedule for 2019 is very long with provisions to execute several works drafted by the Ministry of Education.Further, the Minister also acknowledged the importance of teachers and urged that they keep up the good work.Henry expressed that it is important that students be focused and work hard to achieve their goals. She added that this is necessary as they seek to keep climbing the ladder of success in their effort to contribute greatly to the country’s human resource pool.Government plans to invest a further $52.2 billion in the education sector, in 2019, a 15.6 per cent increase over the 2018 allocation.The sum will address disparities in the Education Sector. These include bridging the gap between coastal and hinterland education delivery; eliminating the shortage of books in the classroom for effective learning and monitoring sector achievements.In 2019, $5.4 billion is allocated for the construction, rehabilitation, extension and maintenance of educational facilities across the country. – Education Minister says all is set for opening last_img read more