FIX IT!

Published: Tuesday | February 12, 2013 Comments 0
The intersection of Higholborn and Tower streets in downtown Kingston is an example of the drains which need urgent repair.
The intersection of Higholborn and Tower streets in downtown Kingston is an example of the drains which need urgent repair.
The section of Port Royal Street where the sea has started to eat away at the base of the road. - Photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
The section of Port Royal Street where the sea has started to eat away at the base of the road. - Photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
The section of Port Royal Street where the sea has started to eat away at the base of the road.
The section of Port Royal Street where the sea has started to eat away at the base of the road.

Destination Downtown turns the spotlight on some of the little things that need to be fixed if the redevelopment of the commercial district is to become a reality.

Travelling in downtown Kingston has been getting more difficult in recent weeks as the drains at several intersections are in need of urgent repair.

There is also a disaster waiting to happen on Port Royal Street, where the sea has started to eat away at the foundation at a section of the road.

These issues need to be addressed urgently.




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