The National Roads Authority (NRA) will continue their island-wide public meetings this Wednesday, March 30 at 7pm at the Church of God on Capt. Reginald Parson’s Drive in West Bay. The NRA will discuss ongoing national projects as well as any future works planned for West Bay.
In attendance will be Edward Howard, managing director of the NRA, members of his team and officers from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service who will discuss road related issues and community policing concerns. Also expected to be in attendance is Deputy Speaker, Katherine Ebanks-Wilks, who also happens to be the representative for West Bay Central, a kind host for the NRA.
The NRA meeting is particularly important for West Bayers as they currently enjoy a relatively good traffic flow in West Bay when compared to other districts. West Bayers therefore want to know if there any future road plans that may impact this.
Commenting on the upcoming meeting, Jay Ebanks, Minister for Infrastructure, said that “the meeting in West Bay Central is a great opportunity for members of the community to come out and share their concerns, which will ultimately help the NRA to serve the community better.”
A representative from the NRA also shared with Loop News that the West Bay Central representative, Ebanks-Wilks, has “been quite active in highlighting the needs of the West Bay community and the concerns she raised are important ones which can help to improve overall road safety for those in the community.”
Members of the public who wish to learn more about NRA’s plans are encouraged to come out to this Wednesday’s meeting at 7pm on Capt. Reginald Parson’s Drive in West Bay. Anyone who is unable to attend this meeting will have other opportunities as there will be other meetings in West Bay and near West Bay Road soon.