Motorists are therefore implored to note these arrangements and plan alternative routes before embarking on their journeys
Police have served notice that it will temporarily close certain roads ahead of the maiden millenium marathon to be held on Saturday, September 5. This is to ensure the smooth management of both human and vehicular traffic, before, during and after the event.
Motorists are therefore implored to note these arrangements and plan alternative routes before embarking on their journeys. Further to this, the police said no vehicle will be allowed to park or drive through these routes.
The following roads will be closed to motorists from 5.00 am to 12.00pm tomorrow:
Atta Mills High Street: From Cadbury House near Enterprise Insurance to Trade Fair junction.
Gilffard Road: From Trade Fair Junction to 37 roundabout
Liberation road: From 37 roundabout to Ako Adjei through to Independence Avenue to National Theatre traffic light
Liberia road: From National Theatre to TUC through North Liberia road to Farisco.
Cantoments road: From Osu Traffic Light to Frankies restaurant
4th Lane, Osu: From Frankies to Salem Street through to Salem Link
Angola road: From SSNIT hospital to Osu Cementary Traffic Light
Starlet ‘91’ road: From Osu Cemetray to Black Star Square
Meanwhile, the following areas have also been earmarked as car parks for the event:
The forecourt of the state house
International Bank Car park
The Accra Sports Stadium car park
The Ministries car park
West End of the Independence Square
The Police has therefore entreated members of the general public, especially motorists to observe these arrangement and co-operate with the police for a successful event.