Roads to be closed for PNP East Kingston rally
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
THE public is being advised that the following roads will be closed to facilitate the People’s National Party (PNP) political meeting to be held today, at the intersection of Windward Road and Paradise Street in East Kingston
The closures are as follows:
From Manley Meadows to Paradise Street onto Windward Road; and
From Windward Road to Paradise Street.
Vehicles travelling along Windward Road will be monitored and merged to use the eastbound lane of Windward Road as two-way traffic between Vauxhall High School and Bryden Street.
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