Zed posted:Drugb posted:Pointblank posted:
It should be a four lane . The should make that investment now unless they have a plan to make it in such a way they they can expand to the sides. and it should have an opening span.
4 lane not required considering Guyana's sparse traffic. If you tell me that Guyana's population is burgeoning then maybe, but so far more people leaving the country faster than the birth rate under jackass Granger's rule.
They do need a four lane. It is really difficult to cross the bridge in the mornings and afternoons during the working week.
Twice a day rush hour traffic does not justify the additional expense. Implementing flexible working hours to spread out driving habits will be a better approach. Look how the US implemented flexible working hours and it worked wonders in spreading out traffic from 1 hour window to a 4 hour window in the morning and afternoon. When the traffic match the intensity of holland and lincoln tunnel in NY let us consider this approach.