The Analyst (Monrovia)

Liberia: Caution: Police Releases Conference Traffic Regulation

Ahead of the arrival of high-level world leaders, the Liberia National Police has issued traffic alerts to vehicular traffic.

The in a press release the police said it would divert traffic from January 29, 2013 to February 2, 2013, the dates of the conference in the following location due to the visit of the UN high panel delegation to Monrovia.

The Monrovia Robert Field Highway will only be used by the UN high panel delegation to Liberia and that traffic coming from the Robertfield and surrounding will be diverted to 15 gate.

Police says no truck will be allowed to move on the Monrovia Robert Field highway. The Police has further warned that traffic will be diverted from Congo Town to Airfield through Vamoma House, and

traffic from the city center moving toward Sinkor will be diverted to Jallah Town.

According to the police all emergency vehicles are exempt to these rules.

Furthermore, the police say all traffic coming from Paynesville to Central Monrov will be diverted back to Paynesville through Red Light and Somalia Drive.

The police expressed regret for inconvenience the disruption of normal traffic will cause motorists, promising to do all for the free flow of traffic in and around Monrovia.

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