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NUPW march results in road closures

Motorists are being told that they should brace for delays in and around the City today as a result of the protest march, led by the National Union of Public Workers.

In a statement this evening, police said a number of roads would be closed temporarily between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon to allow the march to progress.

“Police officers will be on duty at strategic points.

“No person shall park or allow a vehicle to remain stationary on the following roads except for the purpose of picking up or setting down passengers.

“The roads are: St Michael’s Row, Bridge Street, Wharf Road, Hincks Street, Princess Alice Highway, University Row, Harbour Road, Prescod Boulevard, Elsie Payne Roundabout, Redman’s Drive, Cheapside, Chapel Street, Lower Broad Street, Bridge Street, Fairchild Street, River Road, Lower Collymore Rock, Culloden Road and Dalkeith Road, ” the statement added.

2 Responses to NUPW march results in road closures

  1. Alex Alleyne July 6, 2015 at 6:59 am

    Will the UNIONS pay the “marchers” for the day off the job ??????.

  2. Patrick Blackman July 6, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    It was over so quickly it didn’t impact traffic.


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