Tuesday 19 November, 2019

Carnival traffic arrangements in place around QPS

Map showing traffic arrangements around the Queen's Park Savannah, courtesy the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS).

Map showing traffic arrangements around the Queen's Park Savannah, courtesy the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS).

Traffic changes have been announced around the Queen’s Park Savannah in time for Carnival.

The changes take effect from 7 am on Saturday.

Two-way traffic will be in effect from Belmont Circular to Queen’s Park West, near Casual Corner, from Saturday until midnight on March 5 (Carnival Tuesday).

The Traffic and Highway Patrol Branch of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) advised of the following changes:

a. Queen’s Park East between Jerningham Avenue and Belmont Circular, will be one-way proceeding North;

b. Norfolk Street between Belmont Circular and Jerningham Avenue will be converted to one-way traffic proceeding South;

c. Traffic along Jerningham Avenue between Norfolk Street and Queen’s Park East would proceed West only;

d. Cadiz Road between Queen’s Park East Industrial Lane will be converted to one-way traffic proceeding East only;

e. Bands entering the Queen’s Park Savannah will be entering at Queen’s Park West and Frederick Street;

f. Bands exiting the Queen’s Park Savannah will do so at Queen’s Park West and Victoria Avenue;

g. The entrances to the Queen’s Park Savannah would be located opposite the St. Ann’s Roundabout, Casual Corner and Main Entrance Grandstand.

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