traffic regulations for spring garden on sunday
The National Cultural Foundation is reminding members of the public of the traffic regulations which have been put in place by the Royal Barbados Police Force to effectively safeguard members of the public during the 2012 Neal & Massy/Republic Bank Pan Pun De Sand event on Sunday July 15.
Between 2 p.m. and 11 p.m, Brighton Beach Road South from its junction at Brighton Beach Main Road shall be closed to all vehicular traffic except authorised vehicles.
Additionally, the Spring Garden Highway from its junction at Brighton Road to the junction of Exmouth Road and the Spring Garden Highway will also be closed to all vehicular traffic.
No person will be allowed to park or allow a vehicle to remain stationary along the emergency route except for the purpose of picking up or setting down passengers.
No person should park or allow a vehicle to remain stationary on the following roads except for the purpose of picking up or setting down passengers.
* Spring Garden Highway
* Brighton Road
* Brighton Beach Road
* Brandon’s Beach near Weiser’s Beach Bar
* Exmouth Road
“All drivers of vehicles, pedestrians and riders or leaders of animals using the roads specified shall exercise caution and shall comply with any other order given by a member of the Police Force in uniform.
“Patrons attending the event will be permitted to park on the open pasture on the eastern side of the Spring Garden Highway near Deacons Farm. Entry to this pasture will be from Deacons Farm.
Authorised vehicles will be allowed entry beyond the Brighton and Exmouth junction. They will park in the car park opposite Weiser’s Bar.
No parking will be allowed on the Spring Garden Highway and the roadway leading to Brighton/Brandon Beach,” the NCF notice said.