Traffic arrangements for CPL matches

The Guyana Police Force is informing the general public that special traffic arrangements will be put in place, as seen necessary, between Houston and Providence on the East Bank Demerara, in order to facilitate the smooth flow of traffic for the Limacol CPL T20 Cricket Matches at the National Stadium, Providence, on July 17, 19 and 20, 2014.

The cricket matches are scheduled to commence at 1900h. on July 17, 2014 and 1600h. on July 19 and July 20, 2014.

A police release said that the special traffic arrangements will cater for three lanes of traffic going south towards the Stadium- two lanes on the eastern carriageway and the eastern lane of the western carriageway.

The western lane of the western carriageway will be used, as normal, by vehicles proceeding north towards Georgetown.

Traffic ranks will be in place to direct the flow of traffic during the periods when the special traffic arrangements are in effect and motorists are asked to cooperate.

 

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