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  • Motorists can expect delays along the main corridors of Hope Road, East King’s House Road and West King’s House Road, in Kingston, tomorrow (Thursday, March 3), when Prime Minister-designate, Mr. Andrew Holness, will be sworn in at King’s House, beginning at 4:00 p.m.
  • Senior Superintendent of Police and Commanding Officer for the Traffic and Highway Division, Calvin Allen, told JIS News that motorists will be affected between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
  • Mr. Allen said he is encouraging motorists to avoid the areas mentioned, to help with the traffic flow for the ceremony.

Motorists  can expect delays along the main corridors of Hope Road, East King’s House Road and West King’s House Road, in Kingston, tomorrow (Thursday, March 3), when Prime Minister-designate, Mr. Andrew Holness, will be sworn in at  King’s House, beginning at 4:00 p.m.

Senior Superintendent of Police and Commanding Officer for the Traffic and Highway Division, Calvin Allen, told JIS News  that motorists will be affected between the  hours of 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

“However, we will ensure that we meet that level of equilibrium, to facilitate persons attending the ceremony at King’s House and the general motoring public going about their normal business,”  he said.

“There will be restrictions along the main gate area (at King’s House), where only specially invited guests will be granted access. Another group will be granted access through the West King’s House gate coming up from the vicinity of the Canadian High Commission. General parking will be facilitated along East King’s House Road, where traffic officers will be in place to provide the necessary advice and guidance,” Senior Superintendent Allen added.

Mr. Allen said he is encouraging motorists to avoid the areas mentioned, to help with the traffic flow for the ceremony.