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Police Issues Traffic Management Plan for NAM and G77+China Summits

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Traffic Management Plan

Uganda police has issued a full traffic management plan ahead of the Non Aligned Movement summit and the G77+China summits. This plan is going to help you plan well ahead of your day’s journeys and travels. This is how it stands and Traffic Diversions will only be effected at these points if need arises.

At Mpala, Traffic will be diverted to Entebbe Highway, the at Kisubi, traffic will be diverted to Nakawuka Road and access Kampala city. At Kajjansi flyover traffic will be diverted to use Kajjansi fly over to Lubowa, Zana.

More so, there will be diversions at Serena–Kigo traffic lights, Mutungo–Kitiko traffic lights and Busabala traffic lights for any vehicle sighted along Munyonyo Spur. We are informed that, there will be a security checkpoint to screen all vehicles and diversion of motorists at Munyonyo roundabout to face Salaama Road and Buziga.

Police continued to inform that, any motorist approaching Munyonyo from Gaba road, will be diverted at UCB Road to access Buziga – Lukuli. At Northern bypass, there will be a diversion at Busega flyover and at a slip road to restrict vehicles from accessing the Kampala-Entebbe Expressway.

There will be other traffic management plan and diversions along Northern by pass at Sentema, Nansana, Bwaise, Kalerwe, Kyebando and Kisaasi interchange, flyover and slip roads. At Bwaise flyover, traffic will be diverted to Sir. Apollo Kagwa road to access city center.

Traffic police will hold traffic flow at other road junctions, access Roads and regulate it according to the movement of delegates. We thus urge all motorists to comply with traffic police directives.

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No motorcycles will be allowed to access the summit route (Entebbe Airport to Speke Resort Munyonyo). Some boda boda stages along the summit routes and hotels where the visiting heads of states will be residing will be relocated and absorbed into other stages during the summit period.

The Traffic Police advises all travellers who have flights at Entebbe International Airport to plan their Journeys in time to avoid inconveniences or delays in its traffic management plan.

What is NAM summit that is in Uganda?

The 19th NAM summit (Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is a forum that is not formally aligned with or against any major power bloc. After the United Nations, it is the largest grouping of states worldwide).

This time is is being hosted in Uganda at Speke Resort in Munyonyo and it is scheduled to be held from 15th to 20th January 2024.

What is G77 summit in Uganda?

It is the Third South Summit and it is happening this January 2024 in Kampala, Uganda, on the theme, ‘Leaving No One Behind’. The Summit seeks to bring a new dynamic to the cooperation among its 134 member States of the Group of 77 (G-77) in a more competitive world.