Apec Police Media Briefing - Major Points
Major Points From Today’s Media Briefing
There will be at
least 20 unscheduled movements from different hotels around
the city and the town hall where an urgent meeting on the
East Timor crisis is taking place this morning.
Sergeant Dave Pearson said with up to five cars in each
motorcade, these movements would result in traffic
disruptions. But it was hoped these could be kept to a
minimum to avoid inconvenience to motorists.
It was hoped
that extra measures to keep roadways clear, such as using
traffic lights on a "green wave" or points-men, would not be
required. However, the public could expect traffic to be
slower and some congestion during these movements.
Friday, it was likely to be a similar story, but still no
road closures planned until midnight Friday.
promised to keep public updated as soon as information comes
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