What I will show you today is not unusual if you use the Terre Rouge Verdun road every morning. While the majority of drivers queue up to enter Ebene, a bunch of drivers prefer to Drive on the motorway layby Come in front of vehicles whenever they like Change lanes along solid white lines Change... Continue Reading →
After the flash flood of March 2013 and the terrific torrential rainfalls during the past couple of months, it's a hell every time it rains heavily in Mauritius. While inhabitants of several regions fear of having their houses over-flooded again, the situation on our roads is getting worst and sometimes chaotic, like this evening in the region of Ebene, which btw probably deserves the... Continue Reading →
Officially accessible to the public since a few days, the Terre Rouge Verdun Link Road is probably the talk of the town right now. This 24Km long road will definitely be beneficial to those who unnecessarily needed to go through the capital daily. Great job!
With a few of my colleagues residing in the same village, Triolet, we regularly talk about the daily traffic along the different routes we drive to office.
Car Pooling can only be advantageous in every way.
Nothing is wrong in sharing your car (and the cost) with your neighbours or friends who are also travelling to the same destination.
Ah, si seulement la circulation pouvait être aussi fluide tous les jours...
Et si les heures de classes étaient ajustées afin de réduire le nombre de véhicules sur nos routes?
"Pascal Bestel" (le président de l'Association des camionneurs indépendants) :
«Si le gouvernement ne prend aucune décision d'ici demain après-midi, les camionneurs entrerons en scène»
While the students of Standard 1 (primary) and Form 1 (secondary) students joined their new schools/colleges respectively on last Friday, the holidays finally came to an end today for most of the pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary students.
Let's see what's different between school normal days and school holidays! 😛