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LIME (Barbados) Chief Financial Officer, Patrick Hinkson (right) pointing out to Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley, the work LIME carried out on the outside of the Fairchild Street Bus Terminal.
 
 
   
Plans for terminal still in the works
Plans are still on the cards for a new Fairchild Street Bus Terminal.

Yesterday, Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley disclosed that his ministry has again taken a look at the proposed terminal.

“We are looking at building a terminal but at a cost that is reasonable; a cost that obviously doesn’t impact on the country,” he indicated.

“We looked at the first plans and have reviewed them to bring down the cost. I spoke to the expert at the Ministry only last week who said it is ready and very shortly we will be coming back to the public with a reduced cost in terms of the terminal,” he explained.

Minister Lashley was speaking to members of the media after touring
the Fairchild Street Bus Terminal with LIME (Barbados) Chief Financial Officer, Patrick Hinkson who pointed out the renovations and beautification work carried out at the terminal by the telecommunication...

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