The Traffic Department is better equipped and prepared to manage the traffic situation in the country, having received an additional nine new police motorcycles to its fleet.
On Thursday, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Ambassador Clarence Pilgrim officially handed over the much-needed vehicles to Police Commissioner Atlee Rodney, during a brief ceremony at Police Headquarters.
Commissioner Rodney took the opportunity to express gratitude to the Ministry of Works and the Antigua and Barbuda Transport Board for coming to the aid of the police at a time when it is much needed. He said the traffic department is in a better position to respond to traffic collisions and other traffic-related matters in a timelier manner.
Rodney also called upon the public to practice safe and courteous driving habits, as well as to obey the traffic laws in an effort to minimize collisions. He admonished his drivers to lead by example and demonstrate to the public the proper use of the roads.
Head of the Traffic Department, Assistant Superintendent Rodney Ellis welcomed the timely donation and gave the assurance that the motorcycles will be well taken care of and effectively utilized to the benefit of managing traffic on the roads.
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Please take GOOD CARE of the vehicles and use them APPROPRIATELY officers. Kudos to the Transport Board and the Miistry of Works.
Given the history of these men, one can only pray and hope. I remember Stanford making contributions of new vehicles and the generator light towers. Not even a year later and you could not tell where they had gone.
Good job 👏 keep the obese ones off of these 🏍
On the other side in the parking lot, you will see Wilmoth Daniel STRIPPER POLE BUS 🚌 still taking up space. Can the President of South Korea please send a tow truck for the Wilmoth Daniel STRIPPER POLE BUS 🚌 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Let’s hope that these motor cycles will not be parked like those mini ambulances UPP received during their tenure
Park where? In the CAN’T PARK that UPP built?
The same thing was said when the last set of bikes were handed over and nothing changed….
Why should we expect any changes this time around……
ANR please link this story to the previous hand over and observe the same rhetoric….
Civillian: Police I need some assistance with a domestic issue!
Police: We dont have any transportation!
Civillian: But didnt you all get 9 motorcycles the other day?
Police: Oh sorry…rain coming!!!
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