No parking on streets, new Law Term opens today

The 2019-2020 law term will be officially opened today by Chief Justice Ivor Archie. As a result, there are a few temporary traffic restrictions for drivers.

Parking is prohibited on the following streets during the hours of 6:00am-2:00p.m:

  • St. Vincent Street, between Duke Street and Independence Square North;
  • Sackville Street, between Richmond and St Vincent Street;
  • Abercromby Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Knox Street, between Abercromby Street and Frederick Street;
  • Edward Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Hart Street;
  • Duke Street, between Frederick Street and Edward Street;
  • Pembroke Street, between Knox Street and Park Street;
  • Henry Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Queen Street, between Frederick Street and Edward Street and;
  • The Red House Ground

Drivers of Police Service and the Defence Force vehicles may park on the eastern side of Edward Street, between Queen Street and Sackville Street.

The following roads will be closed to vehicular traffic from 9am to 1pm:

  • St Vincent Street, between Duke Street and Queen Street;
  • Hart Queen;
  • Abercromby Street, between Independence Square North and Park Street;
  • Knox Street and;
  • Pembroke Street

Vehicular traffic will be diverted from 2am to 1 pm:

  • East along Sackville Street, shall turn south unto Richmond Street and;
  • West along Duke Street, shall turn south onto Frederick Street and;
  • South on St Vincent Street, shall turn west onto Duke Street

Changes of St. Ann’s and St James taxi routes:

St. Ann’s drivers shall ply their car for hire at the northern side of Queen Street, between Frederick Street and St Vincent Street and;

St. James’ drives shall ply their car for hire from Hart Street, shall operate from the northern side of Independence Square North, between Frederick Street and Henry Street

Cars will be towed and impounded if they do not follow the temporary restrictions.

 

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