The much anticipated Green Paper on Bermuda’s Transportation needs moving forward was tabled in the House of Assembly this morning.
The extensive report, which is nearly 200 pages long, calls for a reduction of fossil fuel vehicles, speed cameras and increasing the number of rental livery minicars to 500, in addition to adding 20 new special taxi permits in Bermuda.
A debate on the recommendations is expected before the House rises for the summer break.
Stay tuned for more coverage on what was described by Transport Minister Zane DeSilva as the “overarching themes” contained in the Green Paper on Transportation tabled in the House of Assembly this morning, stay tuned for subsequent reports.
In the interim, the full document can be found at www.gov.bm/transportgreenpaper.