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NZ Police APEC Ops - Traffic Forecast

Published: Wed 8 Sep 1999 06:00 PM
Traffic information forecast 9-10 September
The following is the traffic information forecast for the Auckland Central Business District Thursday 9.9.99 and Friday 10.9.99
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No road closures expected in the city Thursday and Friday.
CBD will be busier than usual with more Police cars, VIP cars etc but lights operating as per normal and no pointsmen required.
No traffic hold-ups expected when Delegates/VIPs visit the city centre for shopping etc or for sight-seeing. Vehicles expected to park some distance away and wait for their passengers.
No further car-park restrictions expected over these two days.
Generally, should be business as usual for the public, just busier.
Office phone numbers: 302-6643, 302-6642, 302-6481

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