GRNO Cap: Road Marking at Origin
5 July 2012 - Défi Media Group
A road marking caused a cap to Grande-Rivière-Nord-Ouest on Wednesday morning. Around 10 am, motorists heading to Port-Louis and Beau Bassin were mad.
They do not understand why such work is carried out at these times. The Road Development Authority (RDA) is explained.
"They could have waited at least 11 hours to begin such work that are blocking traffic," said Khalil, a businessman from Port Louis.
These tagging studies, undertaken by a team of the company Prosec Ltd., began the roundabout GRNO to finish at Sunray, Coromandel. As explained Mario Bercheron of Prosec, "we work according to the timetable imposed by the Traffic Branch."
For the RDA, "the responsibility for scheduling the work belongs to the Traffic Management and Road Safety Unit. For the capital city centers and highways where traffic is denser, this work is performed at night or on Sundays. For less dense areas, the work is done after peak hours, between 10 and 14 hours, "says Cadressen Dorsamy.
Inspector Ashok Mattur Traffic Branch of the Central Barracks, explained that 10 hours, traffic in these areas is supposed to be more fluid. If major problems beyond the control of two police officers on site, a team of bikers joined them. We work according to traffic density and GRNO is an area where traffic is less dense and nothing has been reported to the Barracks, for the case on Wednesday, "does he understand.