The Water and Sewerage Authority says low pressures or no water supply to customers in parts of Port-of-Spain, is due to a broken 21-inch transmission main on Wrightson Road near the Diego Martin maxi-taxi stand.
A statement from WASA says emergency repairs are currently underway and is expected to be completed by 7pm tonight.
WASA says the areas to be affected include:
* Southern part of Port of Spain, including Wrightson Road, Independence Square, as far north as Duke Street;
* Morvant and Barataria
Residents of communities in South-West Trinidad will have to wait until 5pm before their water supply is restored.
WASA says the repairs that were to be completed by 9am today, are still being done.
But even though the restoration work will be done by 5pm, WASA says it will take a longer time for the flow of water to normalise.
The following is a statement from the authority:
The Water and Sewerage Authority is advising customers served by the Point Fortin Desalination Plant that there would be a disruption in their supply for a 24-hour period from 9 am today to 9 am Friday.
WASA says this has become necessary in order to carry out emergency maintenance work at the Seven Seas-owned and operated Desalination Plant.
The Water and Sewerage Authority is lifting its restrictions on the use of water hoses and other apparatus for domestic use.
The restrictions were implemented on Saturday 19th March.
The Authority issued the following statement today.
Several communities in North Trinidad along the East-West Corridor, will be affected by an interruption in water supply for 12 hours on Saturday.
The Water and Sewerage Authority has issued the following statement:
"Water and Sewerage Authority advises customers served by the Valsayn Water Works that there will be an interruption in their water supply on Saturday 4th June 2016 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Another video from our viewers, this one showing a water truck being filled at a WASA sub-station behind PriceSmart in Chaguanas.
The viewer says he could not understand why they were allowing so much water to waste.
WASA only recently announced measures to prohibit the wastage of water, making it a criminal offence to use hoses to wash vehicles, power washers and sprinklers.
We have sought a response from WASA.
Several areas of North-East Trinidad will experience water distruptions on Friday, according to a statement from the Water and Sewerage Authority.
WASA says maintenance work will result to a cut in supply to nine communities.
The following is WASA's statement:
"Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) advises its customers in parts of North-East Trinidad, served by the North Oropouche Water Treatment Plant that there will be a disruption in their water supply on Friday 26th February 2016 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.