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WATCH: Police Announce Jazz Traffic Management Measures


Saint Lucia police have announced traffic management measures to facilitate the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival.

The event’s official launch occurred on May 5th at the Mindoo Phillip Park in Castries.

And on Sunday, the festival will end at the Pigeon Island National Landmark in an event dubbed ‘The Ultimate Celebration’.

The session will feature Sting & Shaggy, Ronald Boo Hinkson, Barbara Cadet, Teddyson John Project, and Irvin Ace Loctar.

The Traffic Department of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) issued the following statement on traffic management for the event:

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  1. Some years ago I went to Jazz. The police were managing traffic. It took 2 hours to go from the causeway to the Gros Islet junction. A few years later, went to jazz. It took 2 minutes to go from the causeway to Gros Islet junction. Moral of the story: Never let those clowns manage traffic.


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