Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Smart plan for City


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Bridgetown is getting smart! Yesterday, Senator Kay McConney announced in the Senate that Government was proceeding with plans to make Bridgetown more technologically friendly for both locals and tourists.

Speaking during debate on a Resolution on the Final Report of the National Cruise Development Commission, McConney who is also Minister of Innovation, Science and Smart Technology, said the implementation process had begun and would be done in phases.

Smart Bridgetown will have three components: Free Wifi; Smart Parking and a Tourism Mobile App.

McConney explained that free wifi was being placed throughout The City; smart parking would be done along certain streets, while the mobile app was being built for tourism engagement. (MB)

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