Leguan Stelling Low Ramp Broken

Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Press Release – Tuesday, January 29, 2019

It has been brought to the attention of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure that piles from the Leguan Stelling low ramp had broke on Monday, January 28, 2019, causing the ramp to be inaccessible to passengers.

A team of Transport and Habour Department engineers have been dispatched to the location to assess the damage incurred. This matter is being treated with extreme urgency as materials are currently being sourced and repairs are expected to be completed within seven (7) days.

Leguan residents and passengers alike are advised to use the high ramp as the operations of the Stelling will be maintained.

Passengers are encouraged to use the Stelling with caution as our engineers facilitate repairs to the broken piles on low ramp.

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure regrets any inconvenience caused.


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