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Port Access – health and safety

Dear Editor:

Now that we have a NEW customs and immigration facility we should look carefully

at what has been provided.

Many of our travellers are elderly and some are disabled but NO measures are in place to help them.

Normal passengers who use the ferry do it because it is more economic or they have large packages to bring with them.

It is a long walk from the entry point to the vehicle pick up area.

There are golf buggies on island and no golf course, it would be a good idea if one or two were situated at the customs building to help the disabled get to their cars and

allow others to move large suitcases. Even a wheelchair would help.

Passenger convenience  and health and safety obviously do not figure in the minds of  planners and builders.

 

Sam

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Dear Editor:

Now that we have a NEW customs and immigration facility we should look carefully

at what has been provided.

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Many of our travellers are elderly and some are disabled but NO measures are in place to help them.

Normal passengers who use the ferry do it because it is more economic or they have large packages to bring with them.

It is a long walk from the entry point to the vehicle pick up area.

There are golf buggies on island and no golf course, it would be a good idea if one or two were situated at the customs building to help the disabled get to their cars and

allow others to move large suitcases. Even a wheelchair would help.

Passenger convenience  and health and safety obviously do not figure in the minds of  planners and builders.

 

Sam