Other Galleries 9 images Thu, 24 Oct, 2019 Ileana D’Cruz stuns in tube top and skirt paired with smart blazer at Pagalpanti song launch 10 images Thu, 24 Oct, 2019 Ananya Panday in ganji and mini shorts proves comfy clothing is the best. See pics 10 images Thu, 24 Oct, 2019 Kriti Kharbanda paints the town tangerine in mini dress at Pagalpanti song launch. See pics 10 images Thu, 24 Oct, 2019 Janhvi Kapoor pairs sports bra and mini shorts with Rs 4 lakh bag at gym. See picsOther Photogallery CategoriesIndiaMoviesLifestyleTelevisionAdd new comment Your name * E-mail * The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Comment *More information about text formatsPlain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically.647×363: 483×271: 370×208: 170×96: 88×50: Section: PhotoLifestyleLifestyleGallery Image: Image: Caption: Sara Ali Khan and Janhvi Kapoor were recently spotted leaving the gym after a workout session and both the divas nailed gym fashion in their stunning outfits.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Caption: Sara opted for a pastel pink halter neck tank top over a sports bra and printed gym shorts.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 1Image: Caption: She styled her look with pink sneakers, a low bun and bare face.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 2Image: Caption: Janhvi also donned a similar outfit to the gym. She opted for a halter neck top with a sports bra and training shorts.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 3Image: Caption: She styled it with a high pony and silver slip-ons.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 4Image: Caption: With a bare face and glossed lips, she styled her look.Syndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 5Tags: Sara Ali KhanJanhvi KapoorSource type: photogallerySocial media integration: Facebook Instant ArticleShort description: Sara Ali Khan and Janhvi Kapoor were recently spotted leaving the gym after a workout session and both the divas nailed gym fashion in their stunning outfits.Syndicate: YesPreview_unique_id: preview_5c45a3cd334ec1548067789_1435710_editCommentContent Publish date: Monday, January 21, 2019 – 16:00Story Extra Data: eyJzZWN0aW9uIjpbIjEyMDY1NjciLCIxMjA4NTIxIl0sImNhdGVnb3J5IjpbIjEyMDg1ODkiXSwic3ViX2NhdGVnb3J5IjpudWxsLCJzdWJfc3ViX2NhdGVnb3J5IjpudWxsLCJzdWJfc3ViX3N1Yl9jYXRlZ29yeSI6bnVsbCwicHJpbWFyeV9jYXRlZ29yeSI6IjEyMDY1NjcifQ==770×433:
LUNENBURG COUNTY: Indian Point Bridge There will be one-lane closures on the Indian Point Bridge nearMahone Bay until Friday, Nov. 12, while the bridge is replaced.The bridge will also be closed to loads wider than 3.5 metres (11feet). Local area office: 902-794-5120 Fax: 902-794-5141 Local Area Office: 902-424-4670 Fax: 902-424-7116 KINGS COUNTY: Highway 101 On Sunday, Nov. 7, traffic will be rerouted off Highway 101 atExit 13, at Trunk 12, while bridge work is carried out on theoverpass. Traffic control persons will direct traffic to exit thehighway at the off ramps, both eastbound and westbound, crossTrunk 12 and re-enter Highway 101 via the on ramps. Motorists are asked to use caution. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 102 Work will continue on two sections of Highway 102 until Sunday,Nov. 14 while road crews complete bridge repairs. Section one is about eight kilometres south on Highway 102 fromExit 2 (Kearney Lake) to Ralston Avenue, off Bayers Road. Section two is about three kilometres north on Highway 102 fromRalston Avenue to Exit 1A (Highway 103). Motorists may experience minimal delays. Local Area Office: 902-835-2702 Fax: 902-835-1860 SHELBURNE COUNTY: Port Clyde Bridge The Port Clyde Bridge on Route 309, located 3.4 kilometres southof Highway 103, will have a 12-tonne weight restriction until thebridge is replaced. Heavy vehicles are advised to use the Clyde River Bridge onHighway 103. KINGS COUNTY: Simpson Bridge Simpson Bridge on Gaspereau River Road is closed for majorrepairs. A detour is available. Traffic control consists ofsigns. CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Furlong Bridge The Furlong Bridge on Trunk 2 near Southampton will be closeduntil Tuesday, Nov. 30, while the bridge is replaced. Traffic will be rerouted to a temporary two-lane panel bridgeparallel to the existing bridge. Local Area Office: 902-527-5448 Fax: 902-527-5371 Local Area Office: 902-527-5448 Fax: 902-527-5371 Local area office: 902-563-2526 Fax: 902-563-2517 CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Coxheath Road Coxheath Road will have occasional daytime lane closures untilWednesday, Dec. 15, while the Coxheath Road Bridge is replaced.New interchange ramps will also be constructed. Work willcontinue until June 2005. Traffic control persons will be inplace. A detour is available via Route 4 and Blacketts Lake Road. Local Area Office: 902-424-4670 Fax: 902-424-7116 Local area office: 902-563-2518 Fax: 902-563-2517 HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 103 Blasting will take place on Highway 103, between exits 4 and 5,between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. until Tuesday, Nov. 30. Botheastbound and westbound motorists may experience short delays.Motorists on Trunk 3, near Exit 4, may also experience delays.Traffic controllers will be in place. Work takes place from 7a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-883-9789 Fax: 902-883-8732 Local area office: 902-667-0366 Fax: 902-667-3424 DIGBY COUNTY: Gates Bridge The Gates Bridge, located near the intersection of Sissiboo Roadand Gates Lane, will have a 10-tonne weight restriction untilbridge repairs are completed in 2005. Heavy vehicles are advised to use Trunk 1 and cross the SissibooRiver at Weymouth. COLCHESTER/HALIFAX COUNTIES: Route 224 Route 224, from the intersection of Route 277 at Gay’s River tothe Elderbank Road, about six kilometres, will have intermittentlane closures due to repaving. Traffic control will consist of apilot vehicle. Work will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. andwill be completed by Friday, Nov. 12. Local Area Office: 902-679-6122 Fax: 902-679-6187 Local Area Office: 902-863-0364 Fax: 902-863-7482 NEW WORK HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 102 There will be ramp closures at Exit 0 on Highway 102 on Tuesday,Nov. 9 and Wednesday, Nov. 10 for repaving. On Tuesday Nov. 9, the outbound ramp from Joseph Howe Drive ontoHighway 102 will be closed between 6:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. On Wednesday, Nov. 10, the inbound ramp from Highway 102 ontoJoseph Howe Drive will be closed between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. On both days, a marked detour will be provided. Local Area Office: 902-543-4671 Fax: 902-543-5596 Local area office: 902-563-2526 Fax: 902-563-2517 Local Area Office: 902-835-2702 Fax: 902-835-1860 HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 103, Exit 4 (Hubley) The existing bridge at Exit 4 (Hubley) has been removed and workhas begun on its replacement. Motorists crossing Highway 103 onTrunk 3 are asked to detour, with caution, over a temporarystructure. Efforts will be made to minimize delays at peaktravelling times. Work will continue until the end of January 2005. CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Route 305 Route 305/Seaview Drive, will have occasional lane closures untilMonday, Nov. 15, to facilitate the removal of the temporary panelbridge used during the construction of the new Leitches CreekBridge. Work will take place weekdays between 7 a.m. and 5:30p.m. Traffic controllers will be in place when necessary. CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Trunk 4 Three kilometres of Trunk 4 will have periodic lane closures nearMiddle Cape until Wednesday, Nov. 10, for repaving. Work willtake place west of Breac Brook Bridge to the top of the hill inMiddle Cape, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Traffic control willconsist of a pilot vehicle. Motorists can expect delays and are advised to use alternateroutes where possible. Local Area Office: 902-527-5448 Fax: 902-527-5371 CONTINUING WORK ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Highway 104 There will be one-lane closures on Highway 104 on the West RiverBridge in Antigonish, near the intersection of Church Street andthe highway, until Tuesday, Nov. 30. Road crews will be carryingout joint replacement work and repaving. Traffic control persons will be in place and motorists are askedto use caution while travelling in the area. Local Area Office: 902-542-6344 Fax: 902-542-6342 Local Area Office: 902-485-5254 Fax: 902-485-7047 LUNENBURG COUNTY: Trunk 10 A 500-metre section of Trunk 10, north of the intersection withHighway 103, will be closed until Monday, Nov. 15. A temporarygravel detour will be in place. Motorists may experience shortdelays and are advised to use an alternate route if possible. Local area office: 902-835-2702 Fax: 902-835-1860 HALIFAX COUNTY: Route 333 There will be one-lane closures on Route 333, from Brookside Roadsouth to Burkes Road, until Tuesday, Nov. 30. Crews will bepatching and repaving the road. Traffic control will consist of traffic control persons, signsand cones. Motorists may experience delays and are advised to usean alternate route. PICTOU COUNTY: Carmichael Road Toney River Bridge on Carmichael Road in Pictou County is closeduntil further notice. Traffic control consists of signs. A detouris available on Popular Hill Road and Meadowville Station Road. CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Highway 125 The shoulder lanes on the four-lane section of Highway 125 nearSydney River will be closed 24 hours a day until Wednesday, Dec.15, while the highway and the Sydney River Bridge are widened andthe Coxheath Road Bridge is replaced. Work in the area willcontinue until June 2005. Traffic control will consist of traffic drums and concretebarriers. A detour is available via Route 305. -30- HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 103, Exit 5 (HammondsPlains Road) The existing bridge at Exit 5 (Hammonds Plains Road) has beenremoved and work has begun on its replacement. Motorists crossingHighway 103 on Hammonds Plains Road (Route 213) are asked todetour, with caution, over a temporary structure. Efforts will bemade to minimize delays at peak travelling times. Work will continue until the end of January 2005. Local Area Office: 902-835-2702 Fax: 902-835-1860
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedJagdeo says reduction of parking meter fees not adequateFebruary 13, 2017In “latest news”Parking meter rates slashed by 50% following mounting public pressureFebruary 13, 2017In “latest news”Amended by-laws for controversial parking meters approvedApril 4, 2018In “latest news” ….touts $12,000 monthly package for taxis and minibuses only From left SCS PR Kit Nascimento, Town Clerk Royston King, Mayor Patricia Chase-Green and SCS Director Amir Oren at today’s presser Contrary to what was said previously by the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) that the parking rate would be slashed in half, Mayor Patricia Chase-Green has announced today that the 50% reduction is only applicable to vehicles parking for 8 hours or longer.Following mounting pressure form all sides, calling for the controversial parking meter project to be scrapped and with the President belatedly calling for a reduction in the ‘burdensome’ prices, on Monday last, the Mayor had said that persons will now be required to pay $25 per 15 minutes of parking, which would equate to $100 per hour of parking, along with 14% VAT (Value Added Tax), instead of the original amount of $200 per hour plus 14% VAT.However, during a M&CC and Smart City Solutions (SCS) presser held this afternoon, the Mayor announced that both parties have agreed to “reduce metered parking rates charged for parking for eight (8) eight hours and more by fifty percent (50%). This discount will be available to everyone directly at the parking meters.”It was then outlined that “the metered parking fee for all motorist parking for periods of 15 minutes to 4 hours shall remain the same at $50 per 15 minutes plus VAT” ($200 per hour.)However if a motorist pays for 4 hours of parking at the same $50 per 15 minutes plus 14% VAT, then according to the Mayor they “will automatically be credited with 8 hours of metered parking.”The M&CC had also said prior, that fees applicable to clamping and booting (immobilization) of vehicles would be revised. It was announced today that charges for immobilization would be reduced by 50%, which would equate to $4000 plus 14% VAT, as opposed to its previous price of $8000 plus 14% VAT.However, that reduction would only last for a period of 6 months, following which the prices for clamping and booting would then presumably return to its original state.According to the Mayor, “there will be no immobilization fee penalty for a one month adjustment period.”She said that during this period, vehicles which are immobilized by the parking meter wardens would be required to pay the metered parking fee for the length of time that they were immobilized.So for the one month adjustment period only, if a vehicle is clamped or booted (immobilized) for not paying parking (for example) in excess of an hour, then instead of paying the $4,000 fine, the motorist would pay for the one hour of parking which would in this case be $200.When that one month period expires, the 6 months rate of $4,000 will be applicable until that 6 months period expires and the original $8,000 immobilization rate resumes.The M&CC also outlined that a no clamping grace period of 15 minutes will be introduced. Meaning that no clamping will be conducted until at least 15 minutes after expiry of a parking ticket receipt. So “a vehicle parked at 1:00pm and purchased 1 hour of metered parking; this car may not be immobilized until after 2:15pm.”Pay by SpaceIt was also announced by the M&CC that “rather than paying for a particular space for a particular amount of time, motorists will instead be paying for parking time for their particular car. This effectively means that motorists may purchase any amount of parking time then move from any metered parking space anywhere in the City for the amount of time purchased on a single parking ticket until its expiry.”Special considerationsM&CC had outlined on Monday last that Bank employees will be once again allowed to utilise their company’s parking lots. These employees, they said, would also be facilitated with monthly parking permits at a lower rate, provided that their names are submitted to the M&CC by their respective companies.In today’s presser it was announced that “businesses may apply for monthly parking permits which my be considered on a case by case basis” and that “businesses may apply for loading/offloading parking regulations as their business needs may require on a case by case basis.”Moreover, the M&CC said that residents may apply for residential parking permits but it was not mentioned at what lower rates these permits would be given if any.What was announced however, is that official taxis and minibuses will be able to purchase monthly parking passes “for $12, 000 per month plus VAT” and that M&CC will resume implementation of the Parking Meter project on February 19, next week Monday.Since its inception, various stakeholders including the Parliamentary Opposition and the private sector had severely criticised the Parking Meter project saying that it reeks of corruption and will only add additional burden to businesses and citizens alike.The Mayor and Town Clerk who seemed bent on moving ahead with the project in spite of the many criticisms had contended that the initiative will assist in easing congestion in the city and will also generate much needed income for the M&CC.Yesterday, Chief Justice Yonette Cummings-Edwards (ag) had issued an order bringing paid parking, penalties and the implementation of the controversial parking meter contract in Georgetown to a screeching halt, pending the results of a hearing later this month.The order was granted after an application for judicial review was made by Attorney Kamal Ramkarran, on behalf of Mohendra Arjune. Mayor Patricia Chase Green, Town Clerk Royston King and City Councillors were named as the respondents.At the press conference when questioned about the resumption of the project, even though a Court order was in effect, Mayor Chase-Green said that it would not conflict with their resumption.Against the backdrop of all the above mentioned, the Movement Against Parking Meters (MAPM) yesterday had the largest turnout for its third protest against the controversial parking meters, with many vowing support to the movement until the contract is scrapped.