Traffic will be changed in Manaus Center this weekend

The changes occur while performing the fourth edition of the "Step a Palace", not saturday and sunday.
10/08/2017 17h23 - Updated 10/08/2017 17h23
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From 14h on Saturday (12), the historic city center will undergo temporary closures surrounding the Palace of Freedom, former headquarters of Manaus City Hall, in the square D. Pedro II. The changes occur while performing the fourth edition of the "Step a Palace", not saturday and sunday, days 12 e 13, from 16h to 23h30.

Governor Victor Street will be banned in the section between the street Padre Ghisland and Visconde de Mauá. The driver who take the Luiz Antony toward the Palace of Liberty should, mandatorily, turn left on Padre Ghisland (behind the school Don Bosco), heading toward the avenue Epaminondas. After Saturday's closing event traffic will be released. The bans will resume to 14 Sunday hours.

In the two-day event the transit passenger vehicles will be allowed, exceptionally, the avenue Epaminondas, Street Leonardo Malcher to the avenue 7 of September. The Municipal Institute of Engineering and Supervision of Manaus Traffic (Manaustrans) warning that parking is prohibited in this direction.

Agents Manaustrans will be in the area to monitor the traffic and guide motorists about detours. Residents of streets included in the restricted perimeter can access the residences through the streets Frei José dos Inocentes or Visconde de Mauá.

"The closures will take place from 14h. It is important that the driver avoid traffic through this area. Who is the car event, avoid obstructing sidewalks that should be free for pedestrian circulation and prefer to use the authorized street parking ", He guides the CEO of Manaustrans, Franklin Pinto.

The Manaustrans recommends parking vehicles on Eduardo Ribeiro avenues, 7 of September, streets Lobo D'Almada, Joaquim Sarmento, Saldanha Marinho and 24 of May.

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