New arrangements for Albert Street

Motorists are being advised that as of Monday June 16, 2014 – east and west- bound traffic on Lamaha Street will be barred from turning right into Albert Street, according to a release from the Ministry of Public Works.

The release yesterday said that advance warning and junction signs have been installed and the traffic signals will be adjusted accordingly to allow for quicker discharge of traffic through this intersection.

Motorists should be careful to observe the no right turn symbol.

What that means is that:

* If you are driving on Lamaha Street, when you get to the junction of Albert Street, you will no longer see a green arrow to turn right into Albert Street.

* Albert Street is not being converted into a one-way street, only that right turns will be prohibited from Lamaha Street into Albert Street.

* Left turns from Lamaha Street into Albert Street and right turns from Albert Street into Lamaha Street will continue as before.

 

 

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