A number of roads will be closed temporarily over the next few days for the annual CayMas Carnival, police have advised.
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On Thursday from 6:30 p.m., Harbour Drive will be closed between Boilers Road and Fort Street. Cardinall Avenue and Shedden Road between Elgin Avenue and Harbour Drive will also be closed to facilitate preparation for the event. The roads will reopen as soon as the preparation work is complete.
On Friday, from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m., Harbour Drive between Boilers Road and Fort Street, Cardinall Avenue, and Shedden Road between Elgin Avenue and Harbour Drive will be closed.
On Saturday from noon to 6 p.m., Harbour Drive, between Goring Avenue and Fort Street, will be closed.
The parade will begin at 1 p.m. on Harbour Drive. Then it will proceed north along North Church Street onto West Bay Road, before ending at Seven Mile Public Beach.
As the procession passes, junctions will be closed off to vehicular traffic.
These will be reopened once the parade has moved on.
When the parade arrives at Seven Mile Public Beach, the portion of West Bay Road west of the entrance to the public beach parking lot will be closed, until the parade trucks and floats have dispersed.
Until this portion of the road is reopened, motorists turning onto West Bay Road from the Public Beach roundabout will only be able to access the Public Beach parking lot, police said.