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ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica — The National Works Agency (NWA) is advising the motoring public that movements through the town of Black River, St Elizabeth, will be restricted tomorrow. The traffic changes, which are to facilitate the annual Black River Day activities, will take effect at 8:00 am tomorrow and will remain in place until 2:00 am Saturday.

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Community Relations Officer for the NWA‘s Southern Region, Howard Hendriks, in a release today explained that High Street will be closed between the St John’s Anglican Church building and the Tax Administration of Jamaica Offices, while no vehicular traffic will be allowed on North Street between the Hometime Cable Offices and Gaol Alley

NWA said provisions will be made to facilitate motorists in other sections of the town with the conversion of Market Street to two-way traffic to serve as an alternative route to the closed section of High Street. School Street will also be converted to one-way traffic flowing north from the Sagicor Building to the Jamaica Public Service Building

To assist with the management of traffic, motorists who do not plan to attend the event are being advised to avoid the town centre

NWA also urged the motoring public to observe the instructions of the police and posted directional signs when travelling through the town

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