Tag: miscellaneous roads

$3B Supplementary funding approved for miscellaneous roads

$3B Supplementary funding approved for miscellaneous roads

- August 8, 2022

Guyanese can expect accelerated infrastructural development in the 70 local authority areas across the country. This comes on the heels ... Read More

Public works ministry rolls out $15.2B miscellaneous roads programme

Public works ministry rolls out $15.2B miscellaneous roads programme

- March 9, 2022

The Ministry of Public Works is set to roll out a massive infrastructure agenda for Regions Two, Three, Four, Five ... Read More

Cane Grove welcomes $300M road works

Cane Grove welcomes $300M road works

- May 24, 2021

Residents of the mainly agricultural village Cane Grove, situated some 15 miles south of the Public Road in Mahaica, are ... Read More

Gov’t cuts cost on $275.5M UG road upgrades with new technology

Gov’t cuts cost on $275.5M UG road upgrades with new technology

- May 13, 2021

-geotextile tubes to replace expensive revetment works The Government is using technological solutions to reduce the cost attached to the ... Read More

$1.65B in road works planned for Region Six

$1.65B in road works planned for Region Six

- April 12, 2021

- Minister Edghill                                          - $400 million to enhance community roads - $50 million for urban roadworks in each town ... Read More

Gov’t retendering Leguan stelling project

Gov’t retendering Leguan stelling project

- April 3, 2021

─island to benefit from other works The PPP/C Administration is making good on its promise to resolve the issues surrounding ... Read More

Years later, Mon Repos, Good Hope roads to be rehabilitated

Years later, Mon Repos, Good Hope roads to be rehabilitated

- March 27, 2021

- residents laud initiative The living standards in Good Hope and Mon Repos are set to be enhanced as the ... Read More

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