Road closures and transportation notices in effect for 2010 Juno Awards

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The City of St. John's is advising motorists and the general public of the following road closures and transportation announcements for the 2010 Juno Awards Sunday.
On Sunday, April 18 from 3 p.m. until 11 p.m. the following streets will be closed: New Gower Street - closed eastbound and westbound - Duckworth Street to Barters Hill; Queen's Road - closed westbound Longs Hill to New Gower Street - red carpet, VIP parking, event/production staff, and residential access only. Permits will be required; residents will be requested to provide identification.
Duckworth Street - closed Church Hill to New Gower Street - red carpet access only; George Street - closed Queen Street to Becks Cove; Adelaide Street - closed Water Street to New Gower Street.
A park and ride service will be offered to the general public to and from Queen Street at a cost of $2 return trip.
Buses will depart from: Confederation Building parking lot and Bowring Park 5-7:30 p.m.
Return trips from Queen Street will operate between 10-11 p.m.
Taxis will be permitted to drop passengers off on New Gower Street on the eastbound side only and on Adelaide Street prior to the start of the show. At the end of the show a taxi layby will be provided on New Gower Street on the eastbound side. The taxi laybys on George Street and Adelaide Street will be closed for this event.
Disabled Access for Mile One will be via the convention center only. Limited parking will be available in the Convention Center parking lot. Users must have a valid Disabled Parking permit.
For more information please visit or contact Access St. John's at 311.

Organizations: Queen's, Confederation Building

Geographic location: Gower Street, Adelaide Street, Duckworth Street St. John's Queen Street Church Hill Water Street Bowring Park

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  • Garfield
    July 02, 2010 - 13:14

    Why on God's green earth would they have such an event on the avalon?

  • Garfield
    July 01, 2010 - 19:53

    Why on God's green earth would they have such an event on the avalon?