No Permission granted to install Parking Meters on Major public roads in city


The Public Infrastructure Ministry has clarified that it has not entered into any agreement with Smart City Solutions (SCS) for the installation of Parking Meters, and therefore, that company cannot proceed to install meters on streets under the purview of the Ministry.


Roads under the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s Purview

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure wishes to advise the general public that in accordance with the Roads Act, Chapter 51:01 of the Laws of Guyana, the following roads within the city of Georgetown, have been declared to be public roads and therefore fall strictly under the purview of the Ministry:

  1. Clive Lloyd Drive
  2. Rupert Craig Highway
  3. University of Guyana Access
  4. Water Street
  5. Battery Road
  6. Sea Wall Road
  7. Young Street
  8. Barrack Street
  9. Camp Road
  10. Fort Street
  11. Vlissengen Road
  12. Irving Street
  13. Station Street
  14. Duncan Street
  15. Thomas Road
  16. Sheriff Street/Kitty Avenue
  17. Ruimveldt Avenue
  18. Houston Bypass
  19. Eastern Highway

Further, the Ministry wishes to clarify that it has not entered into any agreement neither has it given permission to the Mayor and City Council of Georgetown nor Smart City Solutions to erect parking meters along the aforementioned public roads. The public should therefore be guided accordingly.

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