Taxi drivers want better conditions – Barbados Today

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The association representing some City taxi operators who ply their trade from the Upper Broad Street area is calling on the Ministry of Transport to improve the deteriorating conditions there. The section where the drivers park their vehicles, next to the controversial Lord Nelson statue, has widening cracks and the road markings are no longer […]
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