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ADD CYCLING to the list of suggestions being made to find a solution to easing the gridlock on this country’s roads.

As part of the new Barbados National Physical Development Plan, Canadian firm Urban Strategies has proposed that cycling become a major mode of transportation.

Associate at the Toronto-based urban design and planning consultancy, Anna Iannucci, said they were in talks with the Ministry of Transport and Works to flesh out the idea.

She was speaking on Monday at Alexandra School, St Peter, where the Town and Country Planning Department held another town hall meeting to get feedback from residents on the proposed amendment to the Physical Development Plan. (TSG)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.



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