The rehabilitation of Carifesta Avenue that will see it upgraded to facilitate more traffic is expected to be finished by the end of July.
Chief Works Officer Geoffrey Vaughn told Stabroek News yesterday that the work that has started on the avenue is part of a project to rehabilitate it. When finished, the road will be wider, to facilitate more traffic and a better flow at the two intersections at Camp Street and Vlissengen Road and Irving Street.
The road will also have a divider down the middle, which will have openings at critical access points, and will be equipped with street lights on both sides. While a project of such magnitude would take up to 6 months, Vaughn said, they are expecting to finish it by the end of July.
Stabroek News also learned from a source that the road is slated to be renamed sometime in the future.