Road closures for Sigma Run on Sunday

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Road closures for Sigma Run on Sunday

Friday, February 15, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The police have announced the roads that are to be closed on Sunday to facilitate the 21st staging of the Sagicor Sigma Corporate Run at Emancipation Park in New Kingston.

The run will commence at 7:30 am, and as such, the thoroughfares will be closed from 6:00am.

In addition to the closure of the roads, there will be no parking along Knutsford Boulevard from 4:00 am to 9:00 am.

The police say that section of the road will also be closed to vehicular traffic; however, hotel workers and guests will be allowed access from Oxford Road.

To facilitate the event, the following thoroughfares will be closed: Hope Road, Half Way Tree Square, Half Way Tree Road, Oxford Road, West Kings House Road, Waterloo Road, Trafalgar Road, Knutsford Boulevard, Derrymore Road.

In addition, several areas in New Kingston will be made available for parking: All KSAC Parking Lots; NCB Parking Lot, 30A Trafalgar Road; NCB Parking Lot, 32 Trafalgar Road; NCB Knutsford Branch Parking Lot, Tobago Avenue; VMBS Parking Lot, St Lucia Avenue; Cinema lands, Grenada Crescent (Knutsford Express); Cinema lands, Dominica Drive (Centre Stage); Sagicor Life Jamaica Parking Lot, Barbados Avenue; Sagicor Life Customer Parking Lot, Grenada Crescent; Sagicor Multi-Story Parking Garage, St Lucia Avenue; Liguanea Club, Knutsford Boulevard; Development Bank of Jamaica, Oxford Road; Sagicor Parking Lot, 8 Dumfries Road; Sagicor Parking Lot, 4 Dumfries Road; Sagicor Bank, Dominica Drive; Sagicor, Ruthven Road; Sagicor Customer Parking Lot; PCJ Parking Lot, Trafalgar Road; NWC Parking, Oxford Road.

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