Labour is proud of its legacy of meaningful capital projects, including impactful roadway construction. It was Labour who first opened the rural areas for development and pioneered the much-praised upkeep of roadside verges. We are ready to resume facilitating the ease of pedestrian and vehicular traffic and to ensure that sidewalks are safe to use, roads well lit and marked and verges kept clean and trimmed. Labour will resume plans to design and construct the highway to Sandy Point as well as the highway to Cayon via Bayfords. We will also finalize the construction of the bridge connecting St. Kitts & Nevis; a long-awaited project. Labour will remove the import duty and customs service charge on vehicles for first time owners, making it easier for persons to acquire their dream vehicles. Additionally, Labour will introduce legislation to addres the incorporation of wheelchair accessibility for all new commercial buildings. Labour’s NextGen SKN Movement is all about you!