Trinidad & Tobago Transport

In recent years Trinidad and Tobago’s transport sector has faced significant competition and challenges, and with government coffers squeezed by the drop in global oil prices, major infrastructure updates and the proposed creation of a multi-modal public transit system have been put on hold. In the 2016/17 budget the Ministry of Works and Transport received TT$2.09bn ($312m) in funding, far behind national security at TT$7.6bn ($1.13bn) and education at TT$7.2bn ($1.07bn). However, if government efforts to diversify industry, attract tourists and alleviate road congestion are to be successful, improvements to the country’s maritime, aviation and public transport systems should gain renewed focus.

This chapter contains an interview with Rohan Sinanan, Minister of Works and Transport.

Cover of The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017

The Report

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Sketch of Rohan Sinanan, Minister of Works and Transport
Rohan Sinanan, Minister of Works and Transport: Interview

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