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Traffic changes for Independence Day Parade

PR/NB,

Added 29 November 2017

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Members of the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme marching up Lower Broad Street during a previous parade. (FILE)

The travelling public is asked to note that on Thursday November 30, a number of temporary traffic changes will be in place to facilitate the hosting of the Independence Day Parade at the Garrison Savannah.

Between 6 a.m. and 11 a.m., all drivers and riders of vehicles using the Garrison Road shall proceed in one direction only and shall keep the Garrison Savannah on their right. This does not apply to public service vehicles.

During the same period, except for the purpose of picking up or setting down passengers, no driver or other person in charge of a vehicle shall park or allow the vehicle to remain stationary on Garrison Road, Garrison Hill, Bay Street, Trafalgar Street, Bridge Street, Charles Duncan O’Neal Bridge, Probyn Street or Fairchild Street.

Drivers or riders of vehicles shall comply with these rules and with any direction given by a member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform. (PR/NB)

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