Monday 9 December, 2019

Traffic restrictions in place for opening of 2019-2020 law term

Traffic restrictions will be in place for the opening of the 2019-2020 law term on Monday.

It will be in effect from 6am to 2pm.

Parking prohibited 

Parking is prohibited on the following streets:

  • St. Vincent Street, between Duke Street and Independence Square North;
  • Sackville Street, between Richmond and St Vincent Street;
  • Abercromby Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Knox Street, between Abercromby Street and Frederick Street;
  • Edward Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Hart Street;
  • Duke Street, between Frederick Street and Edward Street;
  • Pembroke Street, between Knox Street and Park Street;
  • Henry Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Queen Street, between Frederick Street and Edward Street and;
  • The Red House Grounds

A driver of a motor vehicle belonging to the Police Service and the Defence Force may park on the eastern side of Edward Street, between Queen Street and Sackville Street.

Roads closed to vehicular traffic

The following roads are closed to vehicular traffic from 9am to 1pm:

St Vincent Steet, between Duke Street and Queen Street;

  • Hart Queen;
  • Abercromby Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Knox Street and;
  • Pembroke Street

Vehicular traffic diverted 

Vehicular traffic will be diverted from 2am to 1 pm:

  • East along Sackville Street, shall turn south unto Richmond Street and;
  • West along Duke Street, shall turn south onto Frederick Street and;
  • South on St Vincent Street, shall turn west onto Duke Street

Taxi routes

A taxi plying:

The St Ann’s route from Hart Street, shall operate from the northern side of Queen Street, between Frederick Street and St Vincent Street and;

The St. James route from Hart Street, shall operate from the northern side of Independence Square North, between Frederick Street and Henry Street

Removal and impounding of vehicles unlawfully parked

Without prejudice to any liability incurred by the commission of a summary offence, vehicles found parked in contravention of this order, may be removed and impounded by any member of the Police Service.

 

 

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