Cranes Match Traffic Guide Released


ampoule geneva;”>The brave Cranes players will engage Zambia national team Chipolopolo in a do-or-die match expected to catapult Uganda to African Cup of Nations competition.

healing geneva;”>According to Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson ACP Lawrence Niwabiine, soccer fans from the Northern and Western side of Kampala City are advised to use Northern By-pass to access Park A and Park B through Nambole fly-over.

Motorists related to Mandela National Stadium foot ball match coming from Seeta-Mukono-Lugazi on Jinja highway will access the stadium from Bweyogerere T-junction, turn left and park at a private open ground at Jokers Hotel.

Vehicles moving along Kinawataka road from Mbuya-Bugolobi will access the stadium at Jokers hotel and park at the open ground.

Soccer fans approaching the stadium through Kireka trading centre will park at park A.

Jinja road highway from the city centre will maintain a normal traffic flow. However, the motoring public from Mukono and Jinja town on Jinja highway who will not be related to the football match are advised to use Seeta, Sonde, Namugongo, Nnalya and Ntinda route to access Kampala city

The motoring fans bearing VIP stickers will access the stadium through the Nambole fly-over and park at the stadium VIP Park

All Ugandan football fans will access the stadium through Southern Gate, Eastern Gate and Northern Gate.

The main Gate (Western Gate) will remain closed. Soccer fans are not allowed to use this gate.

Boda boda cyclists are prohibited in the roads surrounding the stadium. Cyclists are advised to drop their passengers at Kireka, Bweyogerere and Jokers hotel

The roads surrounding the stadium perimeter wall will be soccer-fan pedestrian road. The traffic police will block and divert the motoring public from using the perimeter road.

Heavy trucks will be diverted at Bweyogerere and Kireka to use Jinja road highway before and after the match.

Enforcement of these traffic guidelines will be in accordance with the Traffic and Road Safety Act (1998) and other supportive traffic Statutory Instruments

Abandoned vehicles will be towed to the nearest police station.

Drunken drivers will be arrested and prosecuted


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