There will be major road paving set to begin after the Budget in October.
This was revealed by Works Minister Rohan Sinanan speaking to reporters after opening a bridge in Freeport yesterday.
He assures that the multi-million dollar programme will bring relief to thousands of motorists all over the country.
The Minister reportedly said that many infrastructural projects which were started a few years ago were close to being completed.
Many of these bridges he says would be opened and commissioned in the coming months.
He stated that the bridge at Todds Road in Freeport cost the Government $4.3 million.
But he believes that after several years of suffering commuters there would finally have some relief.
Sinanan promised that several more bridges and roads would be opened soon.