10 new signs warning motorists and other road users to be cautious of motorcyclists have been erected at the entrance and exit of each district.
The signs are a part of a project with the Cayman Islands Motor Cycle Riders Association (CIMRA) and the Lions Club who donated $1,000 dollars to purchase the signs.
A few weeks ago a motorcyclist lost his life on South Church Street and National Roads Authority (NRA) Director John Ebanks said the signs will help people to pay closer attention when using the road.
“The signage is important very important in this particular area I don’t know if you remember it was just a few weeks ago where was a man killed right here about 25 feet up behind me on a motorcycle and we chose this to replace and remind people to be cautious,” Mr. Ebanks said.
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