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At a Glance
    2018-January-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Shed fire

THREE people were arrested recently for negligence over a fire at the workers’ shed at a construction site in Dachong, Nanshan District, last December.

The fire, which burnt down 700 square meters of the shed where the workers lived, was triggered by a short circuit in the electrical wiring.

A police investigation showed the project manager, surnamed Tan, the firefighting supervisor, surnamed Zhu, and the living area administrator, surnamed Xiao, held responsibility for the fire due to management negligence. They have been criminally detained, according to police.

Toilet rating unveiled

SHENZHEN Municipal Urban Administration has unveiled the rating results for public toilets between September and December last year.

The rating showed that the toilet environment at the Shenzhen airport and Metro stations was the best, while toilets at bus terminals, fuel stations and agricultural produce markets were the worst.

Yantian, Bao’an and Longgang districts were ranked as the top 3.

The urban administration has also revealed 484 public toilets that fell short of expectations and ordered the related units to improve the hygiene environments.

Suggestions needed

SHENZHEN’S transport commission is seeking public suggestions over a double-layer road plan for the 53-km Baoping Road, which links Bao’an and Pingshan and covers six districts from the city’s east to west.

The road will cut a single trip between Bao’an CBD and Pingshan to one hour, according to the commission’s plan.

The public can give suggestions to ghc@sztb.gov.cn before Jan. 18. The final plan for the road will be released in mid-June after an expert review.

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