The Terre-Rouge-Verdun road dilemma continues. According to l’Express.mu, the Ministry of Infrastructure is considering to reproduce a measure taken in Reunion Island to deal with a similar predicament: planting trees and other plants along the slopes to retain the land.
The source from l’Express explains that the Minister of Public Infrastructure himself has travelled to Reunion Island for consultation regarding road security and landslides. It is expected that the authorities will find the adequate solution when he returns to the country. Furthermore, Nando Bodha is to pay a visit at Terre-Rouge-Verdun road today afternoon, July 10.
Meanwhile, the date for the reopening of the road is not yet known. The South-African experts who travelled to Mauritius have to submit their report to the authorities before the decision is finalised. On the other hand, no deadline has been set for the submission of the report.