Traffic delays approaching for swearing-in of new PM during King’s House

MOTORISTS were yesterday suggested to design delays along a categorical corridors of Hope Road, East Kings House Road and West Kings House Road, in Kingston currently when Prime Minister-designate Andrew Holness will be sworn in during King’s House, during a 4:00 pm ceremony.

Senior Superintendent of Police and Commanding Officer for a Traffic and Highway Division Calvin Allen told JIS News that motorists will be influenced between 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm.

“However, we will safeguard that we accommodate that turn of equilibrium, to promote persons attending a rite during King’s House and a ubiquitous motoring open going about their normal business,” he said.

“There will be restrictions along a categorical embankment area (at King’s House) where usually specifically invited guest will be postulated access. Another organisation will be postulated entrance by a West Kings House embankment entrance adult from a closeness of a Canadian High Commission. General parking will be facilitated along East Kings House Road, where trade officers will be in place to yield a required recommendation and guidance,” Senior Superintendent Allen added.

Allen, meanwhile, has speedy motorists to equivocate a areas mentioned to assistance with a trade upsurge for a ceremony.