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Traffic changes for PNP conference
2012-09-14 17:19:46 | (0 Comments)
The police have announced traffic changes for several roads in the vicinity of the National Arena, which will host the public session of the People’s National Party’s Annual Conference on Sunday.
The police are also advising delegates and supporters that they will be subjected to being searched before entering the arena.
The police say no firearm, knife, drugs, ice pick, machete, umbrella (walking stick type), glass bottle or any other item that can be used to cause serious harm or injury, will be allowed inside the venues.
Delegates and supporters are also advised that they will be subjected to a searched.
The same safety guidelines will apply to people attending the private session of the PNP conference at the Jamaica College on Saturday.
*Arthur Wint Drive will be operated as a one-way, beginning at North Avenue. In addition, the section of Arthur Wint Drive between the Bob Marley statue and the main entrance to the National Arena will be converted to a pedestrian-only zone.
*Motorists travelling to the National Arena from Tom Redcam Avenue who wish to access the parking area at the top of Arthur Wint Drive must turn left onto Roosevelt Avenue, then right onto Stanton Terrace, then right onto Mountain View Avenue then make their way down Arthur Wint Drive.
*Only vehicles taking patrons will be allowed to turn from Mountain View Avenue onto Arthur Wint Drive. However, these vehicles will not be allowed to continue down Arthur Wint Drive, and must either park, or else make their way back onto Mountain View Avenue and out of the area.
*Members of the general public, including JUTC buses, will continue straight along Mountain View Avenue and will not be allowed to turn onto Arthur Wint Drive.
*VIP’s and officials will enter through gate E1 and park at the Indoors Sports Complex parking area.
The police say no vending will be allowed outside of the designated areas and motorists are being reminded that the Road Traffic Act will be strictly enforced.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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