Members of the public are reminded that several traffic changes will be in effect on Sunday, July 13, from noon until 10:00 p.m. during the staging of Pan Pun De Sand at Brandons Beach, St. Michael.??
During the period, the Spring Garden Highway from its junction with Brighton Road to its junction with Exmouth Gap Road, St. Michael, will be closed to all vehicular traffic except those used by members of the Festival Committee.
In addition, there is to be no parking or waiting along the emergency route which runs from the Spring Garden Highway and proceeds along Exmouth Gap, Westbury Road, Passage Road, Country Road, Roebuck Street, Halls Road and Martindales Road, to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in St. Michael.
Drivers, riders of vehicles, pedestrians and riders or leaders of animals using any of these roads are asked to exercise caution and comply with instructions given by police in uniform. ??
Members of the public are also reminded that traffic changes will be in effect on Saturday, July 12, during the staging of Pan in De City at the Speightstown Esplanade in St. Peter, between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
During the period, Queen Street from its junction with Major Walk Road to its junction with Chapel Street will be closed to all vehicular traffic, while Church Street from its junction with the Speightstown By-Pass Road to Eddies Supermarket will be two way.
In addition, no parking will be allowed on Major Walk Road, Queen Street, Church Street, Goddings Alley, Mango Lane or Sand Street, St. Peter.
The Royal Barbados Police Force has also advised that there is to be no parking or waiting along the emergency route which runs from Farm Road, St. Peter and proceeds along Highway 2A, Warrens, Lodge Hill, Green Hill, Codrington, Waterford, Station Hill Road, Halls Road, Martindale???s Road to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in St. Michael.
All drivers are asked to comply with these changes and the directions of police officers in uniform.