AMA Initiates Programme To Ease Traffic In Accra During Christmas

AMA Initiates Programme To Ease Traffic In Accra During Christmas

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) together with the Ghana Police Service have launched “Operation Let the Traffic Flow” to ease the traffic congestion in Accra during the yuletide.

According to a statement signed by Numo Blafo Omeatu III, the Public Relations Officer of the AMA the move only seek to make life comfortable for motorists, traders and pedestrians in the capital, especially the Central Business District.

The AMA statement opined that Police personnel would also be located at all traffic inter-sections and other areas to ensure safety for motorists, pedestrians and traders.

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“Traders are also being reminded that ‘Don’t Cross the Red Line” policy by the AMA is still in force and warned them not to be seen trading on the pavements and unapproved areas,” the statement said.

Numo Blafo also advised drivers to avoid parking indiscriminately as the Assembly’s towing teams would be out in full force to tow away all vehicles parked wrongly to ensure safety on the road.

The operation will commence on Monday 14, December 2015.

 

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