Don't forget we need to create a pay toll booth system to...

Jerry - April 6 2013, 11:16 AM

Don't forget we need to create a pay toll booth system to maintain these roads.

How about 50 gourdes for car and 150 gourdes for those big speeding camions on Route National #1 and #2. About that. Thank you.

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