The Trinidad Guardian: "After devastating floods, minister and residents clash over road repairs"

Government officials are working to reopen the Manzanilla/Mayaro Road as quickly as possible, but they’re facing a formidable task: How will they build a road that’s flood-proof for years to come?

The Miami Herald: "Proposed highway in Trinidad spurs hunger strike — again"

A proposed highway in oil-rich Trinidad and Tobago has become a symbol of not just the country’s development push, but environmental concerns for at least one university professor who is in week two of a hunger strike.

OZY: "What Trinidad Could Teach Uber and Lyft"

As more private entrepreneurs enter the U.S. transportation sector, options in upscale American neighborhoods may look a lot more like the average commute in the Caribbean.

Bad Drive: "7 questions about Trinidad’s procurement bill you were too embarrassed to ask"

Public procurement is a big deal in T&T. After months (actually, years) of debate, Parliament finally passed a bill last month that aims to seriously crack down on corruption and increase government transparency.