Alternate Routes: ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup
The Antigua and Barbuda Local Organizing Committee for the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup and the Project Implementation Management Unit in association with the Traffic Department of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda and Cricket West Indies has established a traffic management plan for the upcoming games at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.
The public is advised to avoid driving through the construction zone which is located between the Roundabout at Sir George Walter Highway and Sir Sydney Walling Highway (Spruggos) and the Sir Sydney Walling Highway and Paynter’s Main Road junction. Road uses are advised to utilize the established alternate routes to avoid traffic congestion and ensure road safety.
The Alternate Routes are:
If you are travelling West to East on Sir Sydney Walling Highway
1) Make your way to Seaview Farm Main Road and turn right at the junction of Seaview Farm Main Road and Sir Sydney Walling Highway, then make your way over to the junction of Seaview Farm Road and All Saints Road, then make a left into Freeman’s Village and continue to the junction of Freeman’s Village Main Road and Jonas Road, then make a left on to Jonas Road and then make your way to the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.
If you are travelling from South to North on Sir George Walter Highway
2) Make your way to the intersection of Old Parham Road and Sir George Walter Highway (near Dee’s Service Station) and turn right onto Piggott’s Main Road, continue through Piggott’s Village, pass Paynter’s Court, then make a right on to Second Avenue and continue to the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.
If you are travelling from East to West
3) Make your way to Jonas Road and take the first exit off the Mt. Joy Roundabout, then continue on Sir Sydney Walling Highway until you arrive at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.
The public is advised to avoid driving through the construction zone. Road uses are advised to utilize the established alternate routes in an effort to avoid traffic congestion and ensure road safety.
For more information, please contact the Project Office at 562-9174 or 562-9176 or email [email protected].
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