During morning rush hour in St. Peters – A call on our readers to improve flow of traffic

POSTED: 03/13/13 12:22 PM

St. Maarten – Readers who buy their newspaper on the way out of St. Peters in the morning are requested to have their money ready when they stop at one of our street vendors. The request comes from community police officer Felix Richards who has been working hard on measures to improve the flow of traffic out of St. Peters during the morning rush hours. The measures that have been taken so far are an improvement but our street vendors on the L.B. Scott Road and on the Coralita Road inadvertently still cause the traffic  to slow down.

One of the reasons is that motorists who buy their paper on the fly do not always have their money ready and that causes them to stop longer than is absolutely necessary.

Together with our colleagues of the Daily Herald we are looking into possible other solutions as well. In the meantime we ask our readers to have their dollar (for buying both newspapers) ready when they stop at their preferred vendor.

If everybody cooperates, all motorists will get faster where they want to be as well. The critical time when traffic is the heaviest is between 6 a.m. and 7.45 a.m.

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