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Georgetown: The City Council and Mini Bus Parks – by Ralph Ramkarran

Georgetown: The City Council and Mini Bus Parks

Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

Posted on January 30, 2016 by

Georgetown. Guyana: The City Council announced last week that it would take the traffic situation in hand. It is unlikely that the City Council would have known that funds would be allocated in the budget for this purpose. After disastrous past experiences, the City Council should not be allowed to preside over parking arrangements for mini bus and taxi parks in the city. The Municipal and District Councils Act gives it no such power. It is a Police function, which appears to have been abandoned, as the City Council assumed jurisdiction.

Starting from the core area outside Stabroek market, occupied by the yellow Motor Transport buses between the 1950s and 1970s, mini bus and taxi parks expanded.  Continue reading