Traffic Management Plan Ensures Smooth Independence Day Celebrations at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium


Law enforcement officers have devised a strategic Traffic Management Plan to ensure smooth vehicular flow during the upcoming Independence period.

Superintendent Elson Quammie, Head of the Traffic Department, emphasized their commitment to preventing traffic congestion, particularly around the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.

To maintain traffic fluidity, they won’t block the Sir Sydney Walwyn Highway, facilitating easy east-west traffic.

The Old Parham Road through Pigott’s area will also remain unobstructed, serving as vital evacuation routes. Superintendent Quammie cautioned against parking on these highways, as vehicles would be towed at the owners’ expense.

To optimize stadium usage, the area has been divided into two sections, with the western section designated for the food fair and the eastern section for the ceremonial parade.

The eastern section will close on Tuesday night, ensuring an unobstructed setup for the food fair. Specific gates will be allocated for food vendors, while the main gate will operate from 5:30 am to 8:30 am, with restrictions afterward.

Traffic officers and wardens will guide vehicles to their respective areas.

Independence Day celebrations will commence with the food fair and culminate in the Ceremonial Parade and National Awards, fostering an organized and enjoyable event for all.

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