Restriction on motor lorries parking

The Guyana Police Force says that in continuing efforts to deal with traffic congestion on the roadways, with effect from Monday June 30, 2014, motor lorries will no longer be allowed to park along Lombard Street and High Street, between Hadfield Street and Princes Street, Georgetown.

A release from the police say that the new parking area for such vehicles will be on the reserve along the western side of the Houston Road, between Meadow Bank Road and the access road to the National Hardware Ltd.

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