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Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:20

Pedestrian Restriction On Priority Bus Route, Curepe

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The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise the general public that pedestrians are now restricted from crossing the Priority Bus Route (PBR), 100 metres, West of the traffic signal at Curepe Junction.

On September 16th, 2016, the Traffic Management Branch installed pedestrian signals, cross walks and other road signage pertaining to this new restriction. Managers of the Priority Mall Facility operated by PTSC also installed gates on September 24th, 2016, to assist with these restrictions.

The pedestrian restriction at Curepe Junction is expected to increase mobility and road safety, and reduce the number of incidents that occur and that are prone to occur at this location on a daily basis. The public is therefore advised to comply with the new restriction, by crossing the PBR safely at the Traffic Signals, following all traffic control devices in the area as indicated.

The Ministry of Works and Transport regrets any inconvenience caused and thanks the public for its continued cooperation. For further information, please view the ministry’s website and social media accounts.

 

Ministry of Works and Transport

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