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In spite of the challenges which delayed the commencement to the expansion works for the West Coast Demerara (WCD) highway from Vreed-en-Hoop to Hydronie, the project is now approximately 20 percent completed.According to Kester Hinds, Project Coordinator of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, the scope of works for the project, which is expected to be completed over the next three years, includes widening of the road in some areas to accommodate cycle lanes and pedestrian sidewalks, the reconstruction of a bridge at Groenveldt, repairs to existing culverts, capping the entire surface of the road and raising some sections, and construction of concrete drains in heavily populated areas.Additionally,Tottenham Hotspur Jersey Sale, the corridor will be widened to accommodate the comfortable parking of vehicles and stopping of passenger vehicles without traffic being disrupted.Works being conducted at Hydronie, East Bank Essequibo.“The extensive nature of the work is being done from the Hydronie section coming back to Vreed-en-Hoop… that’s the final six kilometres… that’s where we started most of the works and we’ve added the first layer to about two kilometres of that section,” Hinds said.The widening of the West Coast Demerara road from Vreed-en-Hoop to Hydronie is a partnership project between the Government and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) valued at US$46.8M.This project which is being executed by overseas construction company, Surrey Paving and Aggregate Company Ltd, in joint venture with local company, BK International, will see approximately 36 km of road being widened.

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