The identifying of abandoned lots is not the only initiative being worked on. The Belize City Council is also looking at the derelict vehicles on the streets and thoroughfares around the city. This week several council workers were out with a flatbed truck removing those vehicles, while another team was out erecting traffic signage in key areas around the city. According to the Belize City Council, the works in the traffic area are to ensure that drivers and residents will be able to better identify parking zones, stop zones at key intersections. In addition, today Mayor Bernard Wagner along with Deputy Allan Pollard Jr, with responsibility for Infrastructure, City Administrator Stephanie Lindo-Garbutt and City Engineer Floyd Williams paid a personal visit to Holy Emmanuel Street to get a greater understanding of the situation and to reassure the people that the matter is a priority. The team also visited sites on Unity Street and Trinity Street of the Port Loyola Division to assess the recently completed street works.