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Police issue Kololo traffic guidelines

By Vision Reporter

Added 11th May 2011 03:00 AM

THE Police have issued traffic guidelines for Kololo area during the swearing-in ceremony of President Yoweri Museveni at Kololo Airstrip tomorrow.

THE Police have issued traffic guidelines for Kololo area during the swearing-in ceremony of President Yoweri Museveni at Kololo Airstrip tomorrow.

By vision reporter

THE Police have issued traffic guidelines for Kololo area during the swearing-in ceremony of President Yoweri Museveni at Kololo Airstrip tomorrow.

The traffic and road safety boss, Basil Mugisha, said they expect heavy traffic around the venue and urged the public to respect the guidelines.

According to the guidelines, all VIPs will park at the venue. Upper Kololo Terrace and its access from Prince Charles Drive and Elizabeth Avenue will be closed to the general public.

The motoring public will be diverted through York Terrace to join John Babiha road via Elizabeth Avenue, Nyanza Cresent to Mabua road.

“Elgon Terrace will also be closed to the public and only open to guests with yellow stickers who will be dropped at the entrance of the venue and their cars will be parked at Uganda Management Institute (UMI), Hotel Africana and City High School as shall be guided,” Mugisha noted.

The parking at UMI will be accessed via Mabua-John Babiha (Accacia) road to Lower Kololo Terrace-Golf Course road and cross to Kings African Rifle.

Parking at Hotel Africana will be accessed via Mabua-John Babiha (Accacia) Road to Lower Kololo Terrace-Golf Course road and Wampewo Avenue.

Parking at City High will be accessed via Mabua road, Nyanza Crescent-Elizabeth Avenue to Prince Charles Drive-York Terrace-Upper Kololo Terrace to Implala Avenue and Roscoe road.
Mugisha noted that vehicles displaying blue stickers and other members of the public will access the venue via Wampewo Avenue.

He said passengers will disembark along Kings African Rifle and access the venue via Lower Kololo Terrace, while the drivers will exit via UMI main gate to join Jinja road and proceed to park at KCC grounds near Shoprite Super Market.

Lower Kololo Terrace will be closed to the motoring public while vehicles from John Babiha road towards Lower Kololo will be diverted at Gold Course road to access Wampewo Avenue. Lower Kololo will be strictly a pedestrian zone.

Police issue Kololo traffic guidelines

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