tadalafil http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/guests.denied.php geneva;”>Upper Kololo Terrace will be closed to the General public from its junction with John Babiha to Wampewo Avenue starting 05.00am to the end of the function.
John Babiha Avenue will be open only to vehicles heading for the function at Kololo and they will be identified by display of stickers.
VIPs with vehicles bearing yellow stickers will access the venue via John Babiha Avenue to Elgon Terrace and will park in the parking area before the Heroes corner.
Invited guests with vehicles bearing WHITE STICKERS will access Kololo via Wampewo Avenue and it will be one-way from Wampewo roundabout. They will park at Kololo grounds, Housing Finance Bank and Hotel Africana as shall be guided by Police. After the function Wampewo Avenue will be one-way traffic from Kololo.
Guests with vehicles bearing BLUE STICKERS will park at City High School and it will be accessed from Jinja Road – Archer road, Upper Kololo and connect via Impala Avenue. Passengers will alight from Upper Kololo – Impala junction. Guests without drivers with vehicles bearing BLUE STICKERS are advised to use Lugogo bypass to access parking at City High School.
The Lower Kololo Terrace will also be closed to the motoring public , it will be a PEDESTRIAN ZONE. Residents of that area will use Golf course road and exit via Wampewo as shall be guided by police.
Residents affected by the closure of upper Kololo will use Nyanza crescent to Elizabeth Avenue and connect to lugogo bypass via Roscoe road.
Motorists who are not heading to the venue are advised to avoid the said routes to avoid inconveniences caused by the diversions
Traffic police officers will be deployed at junctions, roundabouts, entrances and parking areas to enforce the above traffic guidelines.
Motor vehicles parked or abandoned by the road sides will be towed away to Jinja Road police station at the owner’s cost and inconvenience.
Enforcement of these traffic guidelines will be in accordance with the Traffic and Road Safety Act 1998.