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Next stop, Transport Board

Workers at the Transport Board have been given a one-week reprieve, but just like their counterparts at the National Housing Corporation, several will soon be sent home. A statement issued earlier this evening by the board said management met with representatives of the Barbados Workers Union earlier today and have agreed to the need for […]

Extra seats

Barbados’ crucial tourism sector is receiving a major boost with the immediate introduction of thousands of extra weekly airline seats out of North America. Vice-president of sales and revenue management for JetBlue, Dennis Corrigan, told a Press briefing this afternoon at Grantley Adams International Airport that his company would be demonstrating its confidence in the […]

Transport Board to be revamped

The Transport Board is to be restructured! This latest indication of the future of the statutory body from Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley, who is of the firm view that this critical body cannot operate in the same way it has before, in light of the current challenges the country and the economy […]


Government is putting urgent measures in place to stop the Fairchild Street Bus Terminal from sinking further into the nearby waterway. The current state of the terminal is also forcing the Freundel Stuart administration to review the proposed multimillion dollar Fairchild Street Redevlopment Project. Minister of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Water Resource Management Dr David […]

$35 million road package

Government will shortly roll out a $35 million island-wide road network rehabilitation project.


All this week Barbados has been playing host to regional and international experts examining ways to make roads safer for all users. The Second International Road Federation Caribbean Regional Congress at the Hilton Barbados Resort,

Road rage

Held up road project annoying residents from Rock Hall to St. Martin

Brakes on bikes

Police cracking down on illegal motorcycle riders

Public urged to use caution on the roads

Minister of Transport and Works, John Boyce, as well as the police are appealing for caution on the roads this season.

Speedy barriers

Power curber machine used to build Jersey Barriers on highway

Boyce gives BLP failing grade

A Government minister has given the Opposition Barbados Labour Party a failing grade for its handling of the economy.

City traffic controls in the planning

Major changes could soon be coming to put the brakes on gridlock in, and around the City of Bridgetown.

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