Advisory: Traffic measures to be implemented from tomorrow

TRAFFIC measures will be implemented tomorrow, February 25 to accommodate the New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Arden’s tour.

In a statement issued today Police say traffic measures to facilitate the Ms Adrden’s courtesy call to the President will begin from 10am, and traffic officers will be deployed to control movement of traffic along Victoria Parade towards Government House along Queen Elizabeth Drive.

“From 11am, similar measures will be implemented along Queen Elizabeth Drive towards Vuya Road, as the Prime Minister will be attending a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the National War Memorial,” the statement said.

“At 11.30 am traffic officers will again control traffic movement as the motorcade will leave the National War Memorial and head back to GPH following the same route along Vuya Road and Queen Elizabeth Drive back to GPH.”

Members of the public are being asked to their cooperation  and patience during this period.

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