The Royal Barbados Police Force has announced that there will be temporary traffic arrangements for two major Crop-Over pan events scheduled to take place this weekend.
Pan–in-de-City will take place tomorrow at the Esplanade, Speightstown, St Peter between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. Meanwhile, Pan-Pun-De-Sand takes place on Sunday, July 13 at Brandon’s Beach St Michael between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.
To facilitate the Speightstown event, there will be a road closure at Queen’s Street from its junction with Major Walk Road to its junction with Chapel Street to all vehicular traffic from 9 a.m to 11 p.m.and Church Street from its junction with the Speightstown By-pass Road to Eddies Supermarket will be a two way street.
Parking will be allowed on Major Walk Road, Queen’s Street, Church Street, Goddings Alley, Mango Lane, and Sand Street, except for the purpose of picking up or setting down passengers.
For the Pan-Pun-De-Sand event, there will be a road closure at Brighton Beach Road South from its junction with Brighton Beach Main Road. No parking will be allowed on the Spring Garden Highway, Brighton Road, Brighton Beach Road or Brandons, except for the purpose of picking up or setting down passengers.
Similarly, no parking will be tolerated on Exmouth Road, Westbury Road, Postage Road, Country Road, Roebuck Street, Halls Road or Martindale’s Road.
These rules do not apply to vehicles used by the Crop Over Festival Committee, emergency vehicle or vehicles of residents.